Believe us when we say choosing to get dental implants isn’t the only decision you’ll be making. During your discussion with your oral surgeon, you’ll be asked whether you’d like ceramic dental implants in Orlando or titanium implants.
Many patients randomly choose a material even though they don’t know what it is just to get the procedure done and over with. But, if you’re smart, you’ll take your time, do your research and then decide what you want.
Implants made from titanium use an older technology, yet despite being old, titanium never became obsolete. Fascinatingly, they are continuously being used today. In fact, patients who have had titanium implants had no complaints even after wearing them for 20 to 30 years.
Titanium can be made into a two-piece system that makes it highly versatile and easy to install. The material is highly durable. You’ll rarely hear stories of metal fracture. Hence, it’s an ideal option for people who suffer from bruxism.
Ceramic dental implants are the modern version of titanium as they use newer technology. It was first approved during the later parts of the 2000s. In terms of strength and performance, ceramic implants are the same as titanium but with zero risks of corrosion.
The one-piece design is more challenging to insert, but nonetheless, with a skilled oral surgeon, that won’t be a problem.
In the end, the decision is entirely up to you, but it helps if you gather evidence and read studies about these two materials.
At Altamonte Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry, we offer a wide range of highly personalized treatment plans for all our patients. We use cutting-edge technology and employ modern dentistry techniques to give you the smile you always wanted. Fill out our form to schedule an appointment with us.
– Dr. Atila C. Miranda, DDS –(407) 831-4008752 Stirling Center Pl STE 1000,