Decide on the type of implant you want

Tooth implants are necessary to anchor your dentures and fill in gaps in your smile. While metal implants were popular a while ago, today we have other methods for putting in implants. Our metal-free implants are gentler on your gums than metal ones. They also look more natural.

We use zirconia ceramic material, which is white and can be color-matched to your teeth. We have plenty of experience installing these metal-free implants. You don't have to worry about a telltale glint of gold or silver. Our implants look practically undetectable.

Contact us today to ask about our ceramic implants in Lansing, MI.

Metal-Free Implants

Dental implants serve as artificial roots that are anchored into the jawbone and support a crown, bridge or denture. Advancements in implant design have lead to the option of metal-free implants.

Dr. Carl Pogoncheff is happy to offer the option of metal-free implants to patients. Schedule a consultation today to find out if who are good candidate for ceramic implants.

What are Metal-Free Implants?

​Metal-free implants are implants made of Zirconia ceramic material rather than titanium metal. These are great options for people who desire dental solutions without metal. It is also a good option for patients who want the most natural tooth appearance because ceramic implants are white rather than silver.

Benefits of Metal-Free Implants:

Ceramic implants can be a viable option for those who do not want to have metal in their bodies.

This type of implant is a potential solution for those allergic to some types of metal.

Ceramic implants have a lower rate of inflammation than metal implants because ceramic has a very friendly soft tissue reaction with a low inflammatory response.

Zirconia ceramic is biocompatible and is already material used in various prosthetic parts including hip replacement.

Zirconia is a ceramic material that is white. This allows the dental implant to be a color that is more similar to a natural tooth. Patients can receive implants that look and feel like teeth.