• Ceramic/Zirconia Metal-Free Implants
  • Non-metal implants
  • 100% metal-free Ceramic implants have been through rigorous clinical trials and are now approved for use by Health Canada.

When an individual is faced with the decision of replacing a natural tooth with a dental implant, answers to some of their concerns may help them decide what type of implant they will choose.

Ceramic implant

One of these newer alternative materials that have been introduced into the field of restorative dentistry is a metal-free ceramic material called Zirconium Oxide (Zirconia). For those who have an allergic reaction to metals in, or on contact with their body, or feel uncomfortable with the concept of inserting any type of metal into their mouths and would prefer a non-metal solution, there is now another choice of material other than titanium.   

A Zirconia implants also has a natural white color due to its ceramic material composition which, for esthetic reasons, might appeal to some .

The choice is yours – the option of a metal-free ceramic implant is now available to you.

Only the actual tooth is more natural. 

Dr. Kindal Robertson, D.D.S.

Dr. Kindal

Dr. Keely Bullen, D.M.D.

Dr. Keely

We are immensely proud of our Living Wellness Dental Dorchester staff. We're all here to provide great dentistry with an emphasis on total health, as opposed to the typical disease-oriented, reactionary philosophy.

This proactive paradigm is based on the notion that there is a significant link between oral health and overall health, which has led our practice into the area of holistic care and a "biologic" perspective to dentistry.

Our first objective is to guarantee that you are at ease and confident in our knowledge and expertise. Our committed, courteous, and experienced team of physicians, which includes Drs. Kindal Robertson, D.D.S., and Dr. Keely Bullen D.M.D., is happy to help you with all of your oral health needs.