Aesthetic and Biocompatible


Ceramic as an Alternative to Root canal Treatment

Sometimes a tooth is so damaged that the dentist recommends a root canal treatment. A rootcanal-treated tooth, however, is a dead tooth, which according to bio-dentistry acts as a disturbance field and can cause diseases. Therefore, in most cases the removal of the tooth is the better alternative. Subsequently, the restoration with a biocompatible implant will ensure an aesthetic smile. The ceramic implant has proven its worth for many years.

What advantages do ceramic implants offer?

Ceramic implants made of zirconium oxide

Ceramic implants made of zirconium oxide represent a biological dental prosthesis that offers many advantages for patients:

This makes the ceramic implant a biocompatible, long-lasting and health-friendly alternative to root canal treatment. Even for patients with a proven metal allergy, ceramic implants offer an optimal method of replacing root-damaged teeth. There is no interference field and yet patients retain their natural, aesthetic smile.

Individual ceramic in just a few sessions

Bio dentistry always tries to work without metal. Already existing fillings made of amalgam, gold and co. can be eliminated in the course of a professional metal removal in the organic dentist’s office.
The principles involved are similar to those of amalgam removal for all metal removal procedures. This means that the focus is on the gentle removal of metals without allowing toxins to enter the body and the subsequent detoxification.

After the metal removal, smaller defects in the tooth substance are closed by the biologically working dentist with biocompatible filling materials. Larger defects are usually treated with metal-free crowns. The material of choice here is usually zirconium, which is very well tolerated and does not cause interactions.

Following the removal of amalgam or any other metal at the organic dentist, a comprehensive detoxification of the body is recommended, so that the body can get rid of the toxins completely. Your organic dentist will be happy to advise you on this.

Ceramic Implants