Something You Need to Know About Bionic Teeth

The advancement in dentistry changes dental practice to a whole new paradigm. Several modern dental treatment options are now available, that are patient-centered and performed using high technology in control and precise way. Bionic or mechanically engineered teeth also known as dental implants are a great example of modern-day dental advancement. It replaces the natural teeth that become non-functional due to dental diseases or any missing teeth. These artificial teeth are made of a variety of metals and ceramics including Zirconia material

Bionic teeth consist of a bionic crown and a root that provides similar functions to the natural tooth and is natural in aesthetics as well. The bionic crown is shaped and curved similar to the natural teeth depending on the location while the root is a screw-type cylindrical in shape. These artificial teeth are placed surgically into the jawbone via a step-by-step phase such as.

- Medical and dental assessments including clinical and radio graphical examinations. 

- Diagnosis and preparing a patient-centered treatment plan. 

- Surgical placement of the root and then a bionic crown.

The bionic teeth can be placed in the jawbone depending on the need base such as single, or multiple in a different arrangement such as single implant for single missing teeth, all on four implants for multiple missing teeth. 

These teeth can be placed in two ways 

- Endo-steal: This is the most common method for placing implants surgically into the jawbone. 

- Sub-periosteal: This is the least common method for placing implants surgically below the gums but above the jawbone. 

In both the cases, power and manual instruments are used to cut the gums, drill the bone and suturing the gums back to its original place. After healing the bionic crowns are then placed on the top of the screw. Temporary crowns can be used until the permanent bionic crowns are made. 

Sometimes, bone augmentation and sinus lift can also be incorporated into the treatment to provide support to the implant screw into the jawbone and relocation of the sinus to provide space.  

The bionic crown is usually made up of Zirconia material and roots are made up of titanium. Zirconia is the most reliable and preferred material for the dental restorations among other ceramic and metal options because of its several unique properties such as

- Zirconia is highly strong and durable. It absorbs the potent chewing forces of the opposing teeth very effectively.

- Crowns made up of Zirconia material provide reliable functions for a longer duration.

Zirconia material is a fine quality oxide of Zirconium available in white crystalline form. This ceramic possess great flexibility and is resistant to wear, hence Aidite Zirconia material is a great option to use in dentistry for restorative purposes such as bionic crowns and bridges.

Aidite being a leading contributor in the manufacturing of the best quality Zirconia material introduces the concept of Biomic Crown. This idea of Biomic Crown consists of pressing Zirconia material into a thin layer using precise technology. This final product of thin layered Zirconia material is of great strength and excellently translucent, reducing the teeth wear and providing natural aesthetics at the same time.  

Aidite Biomic Crown concept serves the high requirements and demands of the dental practitioners and patients to their satisfaction. 


Aidite deals with a variety of high-quality dental products that enhance the treatment outcomes and improves the productivity of the practice. 3D pro-Zir being one of our products is a natural monolithic zirconia material for restoration and possess great physical and chemical properties. Available in a variety of shades that best fit the natural color of teeth. Also, the high-grade strength, improved translucency, and biomimetic properties make it a highly recommended dental material. Besides, it as well as Biomic Stain & Glaze allows dental practitioners to make and deliver dental restorations within 24 hours.