Zirconia Dental Implants Pros and Cons Video

Zirconia Dental Implants Pros and Cons Video

Zirconia Dental Implants Pros and Cons Video

a comparison of a titanium dental implant with titanium abutment, a titanium dental implant with a zirconia abutment, and in all white zirconia implant one-piece
a comparison of a titanium dental implant with titanium abutment, a titanium dental implant with a zirconia abutment, and in all white zirconia implant one-piece

Are zirconia dental implants the answer?  The vast majority of dental implants are titanium alloys that have been in use since the mid 1960s.

The focus is whether the actual implant screw is made of zirconia or titanium.   Zirconia dental implants are attractive for those that may be concerned about a metal allergy.  In this blog post I describe the pros and cons of zirconia dental implants.  As of the year 2015, I would not recommend them… The scientific evidence and clinical practice does not support their claims.

The one piece design in itself is a very limiting factor.  The implant cannot be redirected by an abutment….  Right or wrong, position cannot be changed.

In my dental office in Burbank, California, I commonly use zirconia as the crown or bridge portion.  It is also very useful as an abutment which is the intermediary piece on a two-piece dental implant.  Both the crown/bridge and abutment portion are not embedded into the bone.  Zirconia bridges such as the Prettau dental implant bridge is extremely strong as long as it is made very thick.

In this post I also discussed what happens when orthopedic surgeons use zirconia as a hip replacement material…. You will be shocked to hear the results!!

Your comments and questions are welcome as usual.

Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology / Implant Dentistry
Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry

30 Comments

  1. Marilyn Alladio

    Dear Dr,
    which upper full arch implant denture is better. snap on or fixed? can the snap on be zirconia as the fixed are made of this material. I hear about screws stripping after a time with fixed. is this a common and true fact?

    February 11, 2020 at 4:59 pm Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin

      Fixed is way way better. Screws do not get stripped on a regular basis. It is super infrequent unless dealing with an unexperienced doctor or lab

      February 19, 2020 at 5:54 am Reply
  2. Sheryl McLaughlin

    Dear Dr. Amin, I completely understand why you favor titanium implants after reading through your explanations. I do have a nickel allergy and had my first titanium implant (tooth 10)fail within weeks, a lot of pain and inflammation. It just fell out when gum opened up. Not sure that nickel allergy was problem, but suspicious. My question is, have you successfully done implants on patients with nickel allergy? I am considering retrying again and would like to hear your thoughts. Thank you. Your expertise means a lot.

    September 18, 2019 at 7:46 pm Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin

      I have literally done hundreds of implants on people with nickel allergies. Titanium alloy does not contain nickel. there are different grades of titanium that are available such as grade four, five + 23. All of them are safe to use in the mouth

      September 22, 2019 at 12:30 am Reply
  3. Michael Coyner

    Hi I’m 49 years old and have had a back and neck injury for 14 years. The medication I have been on has destroyed my teeth from the inside out. I have lost seven or eight teeth from the medication, mostly pain meds. I have cracked a tooth diagonally in half with no pain even with roots and the interior visible. Only occasionally have I had tooth pain or nerve pain from a broken tooth. It usually only lasts a day or two. I’m going to be having more back surgery and was wondering if I can go to get MRI scans with implants and what types? It’s getting so bad my wife doesn’t like going out with friends warring groups with me unless it’s a darker setting. I need help with this problem which is wrecking my life. And it is a workman’s comp issue which they have been paying all my other Medical bill since day one without much issue at all. Is it common to sea tooth decay or fracturing Etc with the use of pain medications and other neurological medications?

    October 25, 2018 at 5:48 pm Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      typically pain medicines do not cause this type of situation. I’m sorry about all of your health issues. You need to get in the hands of an expert dentist that can help you work out the real reasons for all this occurring how to manage long-term. At age 49 need to make some great decisions so that you’re not a perpetual patient in a dental office. Dry mouth can cause severe decay to occur and some medications cause severe drying. Getting your smile back is super important for your self-confidence and general well-being. Make it a priority. MRI and dental implants is fine 😉

      October 28, 2018 at 5:17 pm Reply
  4. Chris

    You last wrote this in 2015. Do you still feel the same way about zirconia implants in 2018? There are now two piece zirconia screw in implants made by zeramax and such brands as strauman now have zirconia one piece implants.
    I need to replace a #7 tooth and I found out that I am sensitive to vanadium. Is there a titanium implant and abutment that does not have vanadium in it and wouldn’t titanium show a grey line under the gums? Bring a front tooth I’m concerndf about the appearance at the gum line and I have heard that zirconia abutments in titanium implants are not always best as they would break. Any suggestions you have would be greatly appreciated.

    May 28, 2018 at 12:57 pm Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      Still feel the same way…..there may be some manufactures that still make a commercially pure titanium implant but they are somewhat prone to fracture. The alloys are added to strengthen the implant

      June 7, 2018 at 12:18 am Reply
  5. Danielle Rhymes

    Hi Dr. Amin. I’m 31… I lost almost all of my teeth a few years ago. I have 7 in the bottom front. I went the typical denture route, and I hate it. I started looking into implants and found out that titanium can cause “unspecific immune suppression” among other reactions. Zirconia looked great, but then I found out it is stabilized with yttrium which apparently can cause lung cancer and liver damage. I looked into articles about dentures since I’m wearing them (maybe they’re the best after all, I thought) and found out that the resin base can leach toxic stuff into the mouth too, not to mention the zinc in my adhesive, even used appropriately. I’m going to be needing teeth replacement for hopefully like 70 more years lol… so what, in your opinion, would be the safest most natural, non-leaching replacement? Thank you so much for your time. The information you are putting out there is unlike anything anyone else is doing.

    May 22, 2018 at 11:13 pm Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      Hello Danielle,

      Unfortunately all prosthetic dental reconstruction materials whether it be dental implants, crowns, bridges, dentures are all foreign materials. Fortunately these foreign materials are biocompatible and have gone through extensive study and documentation. With all due respect, these types of things that you mention do not occur on a regular basis and possibly have no scientific backing as of yet. if these materials caused immune suppression and other systemic problems there is no way I would continue doing these procedures anymore. Everything has a downside. You are going to have to pick something or go without anything.

      I have placed dental implants in my own family members!

      Very respectfully,

      Ramsey Amin DDS

      May 23, 2018 at 6:40 pm Reply
  6. Meagan

    Oh my goodness I wish I could have you as a dentist! I really want implants but I live in Findlay, Ohio and I’m not really comfortable with dentist around here. I have had so many bad experiences that I just left my teeth to go bad and I’m really regretting it now! I would love a full mouth of implants and if you were in my area, YOU would definitely be the one I would choose! I would definitely travel to you if I could afford it but that’s not gonna happen so just wanted to tell you, keep up that good, knowledgeable work because that is seen by so many people around the world, that it should make you feel very good! Your amazing!

    May 12, 2016 at 12:58 pm Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      Thank you for your kind words.

      May 12, 2016 at 1:14 pm Reply
  7. Jan Wallace

    Hello,

    I am a 62 year old woman who has recently removed all old metal, mercury and root canals, which left me with over half of my teeth gone. I would like to remove the remainder of my teeth and do a full mouth restoration with zirconia implants including the zirconia posts. I do not want ANY metal in my mouth. I have watched your video and read your comments and understand the risks. I do have a few teeth left in the front, but they are ugly, of low quality, minimum enamel, and very sensitive. I would have those pulled and do all zirconia implants uppers and lowers. I live in Ecuador and would need to travel to have this done. I can have a panoramic set of exrays done and send to you. If I have the remaining teeth pulled and healed before I travel, can this all be done in one visit? Can you give me a quote? a Complete “out the door” cost or a range? I am in good health. Thank you, Jan

    March 27, 2016 at 2:03 pm Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      Hi Jan,

      In this video I discussed the thinking on all zirconia implants used for the screw portion inside the bone. As of 2016 I am not a fan and I would not feel comfortable treating you with something that I do not believe in.

      Remember this is very different than an all zirconia bridge or a zirconia abutment! Those are very good

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry

      March 29, 2016 at 1:13 am Reply
  8. Peter

    Since 1992 I’ve had a bottom fixed bridge screwed into 5 implants. The teeth which I believe are acrylic were repaired twice, (minor repairs). after consulting with three dentists, I have three opinions .
    A) Change the bridge with a new bar and teeth, (acrylic). No need to change my upper denture, which is not an implant.
    B) Use the same bar and just replace the teeth, (acrylic). No need to change the upper denture.
    C) Change the bridge with a snap on denture and new upper denture.
    B being the least expensive. I’m confused and would appreciate your opinion.
    Thank you,

    February 19, 2016 at 8:01 pm Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      1992 – 2016…..24 years is considered an excellent lifespan!!!
      I would suggest you remake everything including the top. Switch to a more modern CAD titanium bar that will not wear like the classic metal bars I used to use a decade ago.

      The acrylic weakens each year and it is a matter of time before your upper teeth begin to fracture off the denture.

      Good luck and thanks for the questions:-)

      February 19, 2016 at 9:58 pm Reply
  9. stephanie

    Do you do any charity implants, or know a place in Chicago that does?

    February 2, 2016 at 5:09 pm Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      I do not know where you should go in Chicago. This may be difficult. I do treat many patients that are underprivileged and I dedicate a lot of my time teaching the public and other dentists…. I wish there was more time

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry

      February 7, 2016 at 7:16 pm Reply
  10. Teresa Inmon

    I was wondering if it was common practice to use zygomatic implants for the upper denture if there is significant bone loss?

    January 17, 2016 at 3:29 am Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      NO… it is not common but it is good treatment if you are one of these extremely rare cases that has the most severe type of bone loss possible. Most patients that have this kind of bone loss in the upper jaw can be successfully treated with bilateral maxillary sinus lift bone grafting and avoid the need for zygomatic dental implants.

      January 18, 2016 at 3:53 am Reply
  11. MAUREEN BONNAMY

    Have a 5-part bridge 2 and 6 are the abutments; 3-5 pontics. A recent xray detected decay on #2 this tooth had a root canal and post. 6 did not.

    The rest of my mouth is a lot of bridgework; some individual crowns. I’m almost 70. Bottom left, I had 2 implants back in 1987; lost them in 1995. Never replaced. So I basically have no teeth on the bottom far left.

    I’ve been to a periodinist to evaluate the 5-part bridge and he feels I need the 4 in one to the tune of $55,000 up. I thought this was overkill? I’ve seen your video on this and do realize after I looked at their sample bridge; I didn’t like that denture looking bridge!. Do understand that if one does this, the other more natural porcelain (?) type bridge would be better.

    Went to another dentist who feels that he would cut the bridge from 2-5; leave 6 as a separate crown. See if 2 could be saved, which he doubts. If can’t, then extraction. Did the cone scan and he wants to do a sinus lift for 3 implant and put the other implant as abutment at 5; thus a 3-part bridge. Forget about 6 completely if extracted. I think the sinus lift was for #3.

    May I ask your opinion on this.

    P.S. I never quite knew why my oldie but goodie bottom implants failed; I know they tried some cow bone grating when it showed they were receding and it didn’t work; had to extract them. Not sure what implants were like back then?? I know technology has changed a lot.

    Thanks for your time

    Do you recommend one see a perio or oral surgeon for this work?? Not quite sure of this dentist’s qualifications. He said he has done implants; but the sinus stuff would have to be thru an oral surgeon

    December 15, 2015 at 2:37 am Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      Merry Christmas,

      If the teeth on your left side are good that I would only deal with the right rather than extract all teeth. I would definitely not do the all on 4 procedure especially in the upper jaw. That is extremely under engineered and if even one implant fails you’re going to lose all of your $55,000. Full upper jaw should be reconstructed with 6-10 implants minimum.

      The sinus lift bone graft is extremely predictable with a skilled implant specialist. It is one of the most common procedures I do for the last 16 years. Even though it does not seem simple, reconstruction of the missing teeth 2 through 5 would be likely your best bet. Expect this process to take about 9-12 months to complete since the upper jaw so soft and therefore making the bone slower to heal.

      I suggest you see a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology. These are high-level implant practitioners that could be of a number of different specialties. The commonality is that implant dentistry is the focal point. This people are usually very well trained experienced to handle difficult situations and have creative solutions.

      Respectfully,

      Ramsey Amin DDS

      December 26, 2015 at 6:16 am Reply
  12. Leslie Wright

    I really enjoyed the content on your site. you should be proud of all the things you do. You help so many people that you don’t even realize. Thank you so much

    December 10, 2015 at 4:02 am Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      You are very welcome

      December 29, 2015 at 3:05 am Reply
  13. Worried

    Subject: Question

    I just had two dental implants put in on the left upper side back. With a sinus bump on the one with some grafting. As previously the one close to front had been pulled and grafted.
    The very back tooth had a crown and root canal. The next two are the implants. Immediately after my implants were done my gums on the outside of my teeth imploded down causing this loose gum tissue to hang down. And I mean hugely hang. I have been in pain for two weeks now. The surgeon could only offer me he had not seen this happen before and doesn’t know why it did. He supposed to be the very very best in my area and been doing it a very very long time.
    I can’t eat with out it setting the throbbing and pain off. Yes I only chew on the opposite side and soft foods. I have not even drank anything acid or pop as it will cause me pain/throbbing. I ate Hydrocondone for a week every four hours not missing it once. Well I am now in Motrin 800 twice a day but doesn’t really help.
    My very back crowned tooth is extremely sore to touch. Could this have been damaged and now the root canal is going bad?
    I understand my gums can have laser done to cut the over blown gums off to put my caps on. However this surgeon want to cut and stitch any gums needing to be removed, after I go thru the waiting period. My gums feels like raw meat. Have you ever seen this happen before. Wish I could take a picture but really no way to get into my mouth to do one. Also would you suggest laser or cutting the extra gum tissue once I waiting the appropriate healing time before putting caps on?
    Thanks for any advice you can offer.
    I had 3 other implants previously with no issues.

    November 18, 2015 at 2:45 am Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      Sorry, your comment got caught in our spam filter. How is the area doing now? What was the result.?

      December 31, 2015 at 11:08 pm Reply
  14. Kai Q.

    Hi Dr. Amin,
    My question doesn’t pertain to the article at hand, so I hope this is ok. But, I want to ask you about flying in an airplane after sinus lift and dental implant. My surgeon didn’t give me any post-surgical instructions and I mistakenly flew in an airplane 4 days after surgery, then again 7 days after. I feel ok for now, but am concerned that I may have disrupted my bone graft or caused some other potential complication. Are these legit concerns? Thank you for your time.

    October 25, 2015 at 3:04 am Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      There is no issue with that. A concern would be if you had a tooth abscess that had not been treated. Pressure differences from the airplane cabin can cause pain in someone that has a bad tooth.

      October 25, 2015 at 3:11 am Reply
      1. Stephanie

        Hello Doctor,
        Just a few questions. I need my entire upper arch reconstructed due to prior botched cosmetic dental proceedure, which caused major fractures resulting in the loss of four of my natural teeth. 99% of the experts I’ve spoken with feel my occlusion must have been off, thus causing so much destruction in such a short time. I’ve never had an issue with tooth breaks or fractures in 54 years and have extremely strong natural teeth, until a dentist convinced me to have a smile makeover of all upper crowns, which ended in disaster. This current reconstruction will now involve 2 molar implants, 1 premolar, and 1 front lateral implant. I’ve consulted with many dentists, and all recommend having the implants placed as the first step, then when the implants have healed, move forward with restoration of the other twelve teeth using porcelain crowns. My question is…. today I thought I had finally found the best Doctor in my area who I could trust to do this work correctly. However, she recommends I restore 10 front teeth first and once those are complete, move forward with the implants & restoration of the final six? In other words…. suggesting I do the implants last. Does this seem right? I’m very worried I will make the mistake of choosing the wrong dentist again, and I can’t possibly relive such severe emotional devastation, as I did the first time. What are your thoughts? I appreciate your time and any help you may be able to offer.

        September 30, 2016 at 1:51 am Reply
        1. RamseyAminDDS

          Each situation should be approached in a case by case basis but typically the implants are placed first. You can consider doing the tendon front teeth with temporaries first and then put the real crowns on later. The surgical flaps made to place the implants may cause recession on the newly placed crowns on doing some of the beautiful work.

          October 12, 2016 at 9:47 pm Reply

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Monica D.
December 29, 2020.
There aren't enough words (and I have a lot of words) to tell you how grateful I am to have found Dr. Ramsey Amin and his wonderful staff. I had an enormous amount of bone loss and I was hopeless after being treated by a different doctor for two years. I had multiple procedures such as gum graft, extractions, and a sinus lift. After all of that, the doctor released me and told me he could not help me any longer. He sent me to a large teaching hospital - who also had no idea how to help me. I was terrified and embarrassed. I had been missing teeth due to those procedures since 2017. That sent me out on a journey of meeting with no less than five different dentist/oral surgeons. Most of them shamed me for the bone loss and wondered what I had done to cause this. In reality, I had done nothing. The bone loss is my body's immune system fighting me, as well as hereditary traits. In fact not only was I having difficulty being able to have implants, I also had so much bone loss that I was also not a candidate for dentures. I researched "what to do when you have bone loss and can't get implants" and I found Dr. Amin's website. Then I researched him, read his reviews, watched every one of his You Tube videos. I called and got an appointment, and kept going to consultations with other providers. I had long since stopped smiling and being social. Missing teeth and the shaming was affecting my life so adversely. When I met with Dr. Amin for my consultation he was ready. He had all of my records and had already reviewed my scans. But more than that, he genuinely wanted to get to know about my life. He was/is authentic, kind and extremely professional with so much success and experience in difficult cases like mine. He worked up a treatment plan & I came back two weeks later to discuss my options...and the journey began. I have had three procedures under IV sedation, no pain, no narcotics needed for aftercare. Dr. Amin is a consumate, experienced oral surgeon who cares about your health & understands your fears. He communicates every step of the way and will provide you with all the information you need to make a decision to improve your health. I am still working toward my end goal, and we had to zig from traditional implants and zag to zygomatic implants instead...which is the reason I chose him in the first place. If there was nothing else that could be done to get me healthy & smiling again, I knew he would have that option to help me. And of course 2020, the year of CV-19. Don't worry, Dr. Amin & his staff follow all health & safety protocols. This review is long, because it is important you know my journey, so you might understand how fortunate I feel to be healing. I'm torn, because this place is like a great restaurant, I want to shout from the rooftops how great it is, how great he is. And at the same time, I want to keep this all to myself. I come 75 miles each way to see him. I know people travel from all over the world for his expertise. Do yourself a favor, have a consultation. You won't regret it. Dr. Amin is amazing and so is his staff.
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December 17, 2020.
I cannot say enough positive things about Dr. Amin and his staff. I originally found them on Yelp about two years ago. I needed an implant, front tooth of all places, and was extremely nervous not only about surgery but about how it would turn out. Let me just say I just adore the staff. Everyone is crazy friendly and the whole office has a very positive vibe. The staff is adorable and always has me smiling by the time I leave. They are all thorough and on-point about what they do, and I truly appreciate it. They are quick to respond to my emails no matter the question, and their appointment reminders are great too. Dr. Amin is very thorough and reassuring, and answered any questions my husband or I had. My regular dentist had questions about the procedure and Dr. Amin's office even reached out to them at my request (my dentist said they never received a call, but Dr. Amin's staff had date, time and notes - love the thoroughness!). After surgery the Dr. called to leave me a message about how it went. Very minimal pain during healing, never any pain during any visits. It took a few tries to get everything just right for the permanent crown (color, etc), but the end result is beyond fantastic! At one point during healing I thought I was experiencing some looseness or wiggling but unfortunately couldn't make it to the office. When I was finally able to make it in the Dr. was so relieved, bless his heart. Luckily it was just a false alarm and everything checked out ok. They're a bit further out from me, but I wanted the best. I sure found it! I wish they were my regular dentist, and I'm looking forward to seeing them again for my check-up which was delayed due to COVID.
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November 6, 2020.
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October 6, 2020.
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