Zirconia dental implants have the best biocompatibility of all implant materials

This simply means that ceramic is an inert material does not react with the immune system of your body. Because of this, zirconia is in some way "invisible" to your immune system. This is in contrast to metal implants, that dissolve in an acid environment, which always occurs when there is an infection.

Non-toxic, and no allergic reactions

Because it is not visible to the immune system, the immune system cannot react, and there have been no known allergic reactions so far.

It's metal-free

The implants are completely metal-free, that means there is absolutely no chance of corrosion, and besides this, they can't even act as an antenna - like metal implants! 

Mechanical properties

Zirconia is well known for having the highest strength and toughness of all ceramics, and is therefore the ideal dental implant material. This is the reason why all the latest ceramic implants are made out of zirconia, leading to less maintenance.

No electrochemical battery effect

It's well known that two different metals combined with liquid create an electrochemical battery - you may experience such electricity if you accidentally bite on aluminum foil, especially if you already have metal fillings. Over time, the base metal will dissolve, and the product may be deposited in the lymph nodes.

Zirconia is different than metal

Zirconia and metal have completely different properties. Anatomic dental implants will never break by chewing, because zirconia is much stronger than a natural tooth. But there is a chance that zirconia can break in case of mechanical shock (for instance, in a fight). Titanium won't break by force - bone will break first - but it might break over the long-term by chewing. Even this is very seldom. The reason is very simple: ceramic is brittle, and metal is more elastic. That means metal is more prone to fracture by steady bending forces. If you don't fight, and just use your teeth as normal, they will last longer than titanium implants, because there is little chance of fatigue fracture.

No discoloration is possible

Ceramic will not cause any discoloration in your mouth. In implantology, you always have two facts: one is, functional success, and the second is esthetic success. The goal is to have both, and the problem with metal implants is that you get functional success, but you also easily get esthetic failure, because of the unnatural metallic color. The chance to get an unesthetic result is always quite good, because if you experience gum or bone recession the unnatural color of the metal implant will become visible.
You will never have grey discoloration through the gum, and you'll never expose metal which always looks most unnatural in comparison to a the appearance of a naturally root-colored implant. This is most important in the esthetic zone.
No one can guarantee that the base of the implant won't become visible due to age involution or ​periimplantitis.

No periimplantitis

There is very little chance of periimplantitis. In comparison to titanium screw-type implants, which are prone to periimplantitis, this happens very, very seldom with anatomic zirconia implants. The reason for this is very simple: besides better biocompatibility, anatomic implants do not have any threads - and that simply means no possibility of infected threads. If threads are infected even once, you will never get rid of this infection, because it's impossible to clean threads in the mouth, especially subgingival and interdental. It might be possible that this can be done by a dentist. But 24 hours later, you will already have another biofilm. Depending on your immune system and hygiene, the infection will continue along the threads, until the implant is lost after some years. It's impossible to avoid implant loss; you can only delay it, by intensive hygiene measures.

Patented rough surface

Our patented surface has the roughest surface of all zirconia implants, leading to the best, most speedy and secure osseointegration possible with zirconia implant.

Why industry doesn't like zirconia screws

Zirconia is much more difficult to machine than titanium, especially if it has already been sintered (made solid by heating at 1650C). Zirconia is almost as hard as diamond. Screwing zirconia to zirconia is not possible - it's like screwing glass to glass. So to make 2-piece implants, the connection can only be done by gluing, or with Peek or metal screws - as one part has to be relatively soft, to compensate for tolerances. 

Plaque resistant

Zirconia dramatically reduces the risk of developing gum disease, and its superiority over metal because of its plaque resistance (which means that bacteria do not adhere to ceramic as much as they do to titanium). This plaque resistance has been well-known in dentistry for centuries, and is the reason why high-end dentistry uses ceramic posts and crowns,