I’ve been dealing with a cracked tooth for years. It wasn’t until I acquired two serious tooth infections over the last couple of years, however, that my ailing tooth has gotten my attention.

So the courses of action offered by my dentists are to fill the tooth with the noxious fillers via a root canal, or remove the tooth and fill the gap with a metal dental implant. Knowing that each of these options leave a toxic trail, fostering infections under the gums which move into the bloodstream and the organs that correspond to the meridians of each tooth, I began searching for my best possible option.

Science has shown that the harboring of a deep infection under the gums as a result of a dead root, root canal or dental implant can cause rapid decay of the surrounding jaw bone. Pulling the tooth without filling the gap with an implant can cause a rearrangement of the remaining teeth and distort the jawline, leading to all sorts of complications.

I recently discovered the CeraRoot Zirconia Porcelain Implant. This may not be news to some of you, but it was a welcomed discovery for me, and hopefully will be for many of you considering your best possible option for tooth replacement.

In short, CeraRoot Zirconia Porcelain implants are made of a biocompatible, hypoallergenic, corrosion resistant ceramic material that fosters complete assimilation into jaw bone without any signs of inflammation or foreign body rejection..

Since zirconia is non-metallic and white, it is much more natural looking than titanium (its metal base of which often appears at the gumline.) CeraRoot’s color closely mimics what nature created in the first place.

Due to its non-metal composition, zirconia is resistant to chemical corrosion and will not conduct electricity or heat, and it will never trigger or migrate chemical reactions to other sites in the body, nor will it interfere with the maintenance of optimal oral health. Plus, due to its non-conductivity, bacterial growth on the surface of a zirconia implant is far less likely to take place.This is good news for those of us who adhere to holistic health principles. Check out the picture to compare its visual biocompatibility to a metal implant.

In addition to providing an environment for optimal oral health, CeraRoot implants are bioinert. They do not interfere with the movement of energy though the body’s meridians. Zirconia is also well known for its durability and inflexibility under pressure. CeraRoot implants have been designed to withstand tremendous masticatory forces,

CeraRoot implants have also been designed for immediate placement after tooth extractions, avoiding the stage of receiving a costly temporary tooth prior to permanent placement. This can be accomplished providing that he area is infection free and there is sufficient bone surrounding the tooth to adhere to.

Patients have reported a quicker recovery time and overall comfort as a result of their choice for a CeraRoot implant.

For more information, check out: www.ceraroot.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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