Ceramic Dental Solutions

Tooth replacement with biologically sound implant materials continues to grow in popularity. Accordingly, the demand for suitable alternatives to titanium alloys is increasing. Thanks to the excellent biocompatibility and enhanced aesthetic outcome more and more implantologists and patients show a preference for ceramic implant materials. 

As a world innovation leader for advanced ceramics CeramTec can help you to find the right solution and to achieve the desired level of differentiation. We are drawing on more than 30 years of experience in dental applications and specialist know-how in ceramics. 

Custom Made

From customer specific implant designs, whether one-piece or two-piece to ceramic abutments, CeramTec can offer you a solution. We support you with a flexible development approach to reduce project risk at an early stage, through design workshops or stand-alone feasibility projects. CeramTec has the resources and expertise to bring your implant portfolio to the next level. 

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The Partner You Have Been Looking For

CeramTec is a trusted strategic innovation partner in the market. We offer a wide range of value-adding services to support our business partners’ ongoing success in a rapidly changing market environment. Our broad range of services reflects the complete product life cycle workflow from ideation over engineering, manufacturing, regulatory through marketing and education. Challenge us to achieve your desired level of differentiation!

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Over 30 Years of Experience

  • ISO 13485 certified

  • Specialized knowledge in development and production of advanced ceramics

  • Extensive manufacturing know-how including ceramic injection molding

  • High volume production capabilities

  • Our production facilities in Germany are certified by the CleanImplant Foundation
  • Partnership and services - supporting you every step along the way
DENSILOX® bioceramics are biologically sound and natural.
DENSILOX® - biologically sound and natural
DENSILOX® bioceramic material competence.

Purity and Strength

DENSILOX® ceramics are based on zirconia which demonstrates high hardness, high fracture strength and toughness1,2. Carefully selected raw materials and strict quality control ensure clean implants with highest demands on surface purity.

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Manufacturing and Quality

We support our business partners with outstanding manufacturing know-how and material expertise to address the challenge between design work and serial production. The brand DENSILOX® stands for expertise in ceramics and quality high-volume manufacturing with flexible production routes. Carefully monitored production and quality control are the key factors to meet the highest standards of quality and batch consistency of our products. All customized ceramic implant solutions produced in our facilities in Germany are certified with the 2021 CleanImplant supplier label.

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Manufacturing competence in bioceramics for medical use.
DENSILOX® bioceramics are biocompatible.

The Biocompatible Choice

Ceramic implants are 100% metal-free. Therefore, patients with metal sensitivity might find a viable solution with ceramic dental implants3,4. Ceramics show excellent biocompatibility5,6,7 and are chemically stable in a physiological environment8. They are unlikely to trigger inappropriate immune reactions after implantation.5,6,9

Natural and Aesthetic

Our ceramic materials come in different shades of white mimicking the natural colouring of the tooth. For patients with thin gums there is no risk of grey colouring shining through (tattooing), as it can occur with metal implants10,11. Ceramic materials do not release metal ions, and therefore do not cause grey stains along the gumline12. Choose white ceramic implants for white teeth and a natural aesthetic outcome.

DENSILOX® Solutions

DENSILOX® natural white

Alumina Toughened Zirconia (ATZ)

  • Composite ceramic material 
  • Highest flexural strength
  • Natural white colouring
  • Superior aesthetic results 
  • 100% metal-free



DENSILOX® translucent white

Zirconia (TZP) 

  • High hardness and fracture strength
  • High toughness
  • Highly translucent 
  • 100% metal-free
DENSILOX® gingiva pink

Zirconia Toughened Alumina (ZTA)

  • High biocompatibility
  • Excellent strength and stability
  • Gingiva pink colouring
  • 100% metal-free

Zirconia (TZP) 

  • High hardness and fracture strength
  • High toughness
  • Ivory colour for natural aesthetic results
  • 100% metal-free
DENSILOX® semi-finished parts

Alumina Toughened Zirconia (ATZ)

Zirconia (TZP)

  • Available in various diameters and lengths
  • Available with various surface finishes
  • 100% metal-free
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