Immediate Anatomic Ceramic Dental Implants. Non-Surgical Dental Zirconia Implant Solutions for General and Holistic Dentists – BioImplant

 

Nearest To Nature

Our anatomic implant replicates the natural form and color of the tooth, so it simply fits into the tooth socket. And just like your original tooth, BioImplant comes in single- and multi-rooted forms.

 

Biocompatible

Zirconia has the best biocompatibility of any implant material currently available.

 

No Drilling/Cadaver bone

No drilling or surgery is necessary. You never need a sinus lift. The implant is quickly placed with the simplest tools.

Immediate

Gently placed into a tooth socket immediately after tooth removal. Injury to neighbour roots, nerves or sinus is impossible.

 

Esthetic

The all-ceramic structure closely resembles a natural tooth in color. You’ll never experience discoloration, as commonly seen with titanium implants.

 

Simple and Logical

We use your existing tooth socket, and always adapt the implant to you – never the other way around. No operation is needed because the implant just fits!

 

 

 

 

Watch this amazing 1 minute implant placement video.

 

 
 
 

Why is BioImplant only available in Vienna?

 

Each BioImplant is handmade, and only available in our Vienna clinic. To bring this to you we need to build a fully digital production process. Please see our Crowdfunding page for more details.

(Of course, you’re still welcome to come to Vienna! But our goal is to bring this to your family dentist so you need not travel internationally.)

 

Why is BioImplant Unique?

 

Each BioImplant is specially customized to perfectly fit only you (it’s as unique as your fingerprint). Since it exactly fills the gap left after your tooth is extracted, you never need surgery.

The treatment (currently only available in our Vienna clinic) consists of three simple steps:

  • Careful tooth extraction;
  • Wait a day while your implant is prepared;
  • Gentle placement of the BioImplant.

Recovery time is very fast as neither soft nor hard tissue is traumatized; next day there will be no swelling, bruising or pain. After 8-12 weeks healing period, the final crown may be fitted by your dentist.

 

 

 

We are now working to make this treatment available at your family dentist in a single appointment! Please see our Crowdfunding page for more details.

 

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What’s Wrong With Screw-Type Implants?

 

Implant companies won’t tell you that screw-type implants are unnatural in form and color, and – most importantly – that they don’t even fit the tooth socket.

Even a single-rooted tooth is nearly twice as wide in one direction as in the other. A cylindrical screw implant cannot fit into a tooth socket without surgery, such as:

  • Drilling into healthy bone;
  • Filling gaps between implant and bone either with bone or bone substitutes;
  • Sinus lift procedures, with all their invasive consequences…
  • Titanium screws are prone to periimplantitis and plaque accumulation leading to further interventions.

This technology has not progressed significantly in 60 years, leading to over a thousand screw type variations, instead of real innovation. Present immediate dental implant procedures are unnecessarily invasive, expensive, and inefficient, and esthetic outcome is highly unpredictable.

 

 

What’s wrong with root fillings?

 

Most teeth have more than one canal. With a root canal treatment, the tooth will be lost if there is a single failure in any one of the roots. So, for example, treatment may be 90% successful for one canal, but if you have three or more canals, the possibility for failure will be summed. If there is failure in one canal, the whole tooth is at risk. Therefore, treatment must be successful in all canals. (It’s comparable to a car with only one flat tyre: it won’t drive far!)

Even if a root canal treatment works, some bacteria always remains in the tooth; hopefully this is capped by the root filling.

BioImplant is the alternative to root canals. Currently, the success rate is 90%, but this will improve with better technology and if the indication is narrowed. Even so, if you want to avoid any toxic root canal fillings and residual bacteria, it’s always better than root canal treatment.