Ceramic dental implants Berlin Charlottenburg

A ceramic implant is a highly aesthetic denture with a particularly good biocompatibility.

A ceramic implant is a highly aesthetic dental prosthesis with particularly good biocompatibility.

Zirconium dioxide implants are used by specialized oral and maxillofacial surgeons (MKG) who have studied and trained in this demanding field.

We use various innovative and metal-free ceramic implant systems to fully restore chewing function, speech formation and esthetics. Here, too, we pay special attention to the biological compatibility of our patients and carry out laboratory tests if necessary.

Due to the corrosion resistance, the zirconia ceramic used remains stable over the long term.

Due to its corrosion resistance, the zirconium dioxide ceramic used remains stable in the long term.

Ceramic implants are also not attacked by contact with oral bacteria or other dental materials.

They have a lower plaque affinity and harmful plaque has less surface adhesion than titanium implants. This significantly reduces the risk of inflammation around the implant.

The completely metal-free ceramic implants we use convince us every time anew as artificial tooth roots in aesthetics and function. Their white, natural colour is also optically superior to grey titanium (especially in the front): In the case of dental prostheses, no grey margins can appear, which also excludes the shimmering through of a grey implant core.

Supporting and technologically state-of-the-art therapy procedures in implantation, such as the promotion of wound healing with PRP/PRGF, are part of our daily routine.

With biocompatible ceramic dental implants, osseointegration (= ingrowth into the bone) is particularly predictable. After 3-6 months the final prosthesis can be fixed.

In a personal consultation, we will be happy to discuss the possibilities of dental prostheses with ceramic implants with you.

We look forward to your visit!

Dr. med. Thomas Franke, specialist for oral and maxillofacial surgery
Stuttgarter Platz 1, 10627 Berlin.