A Healthier Approach to Dental Implants

Ceramic Implants offer a more natural, metal-free tooth replacement option. Scroll down to learn more.

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introducing
Z-Systems Ceramic Implants
Exclusively in Pinellas Park from Dr. Carlo Litano

The Only FDA Approved 100 % Metal Free Implants, Superior to Titanium Implants in Many Areas:

More natural.

Bones and gums integrate better with zirconium oxide ceramics.

Healthier.

Z-SYSTEMS implants are metal-free, biocompatible, conduct neither heat nor electrical energy, and cause no irritation to the immune system.

More sustainable.

Less plaque accretion than on titanium. This reduces the risk of perimplantitis as well as cardiovascular diseases and strokes.

Stronger.

Ceramic is much stronger than titanium.

More aesthetic.

Thanks to the white material, no gray shadows are visible even with thin or receding gums.

More visible.

Ceramic implants are opaque to X-rays, and easier to recognize in critical situations.

What Is A Dental Implant?

Ceramic Dental Implant Screw Diagram

The implant body or post is the portion of the implant that is inserted into the jawbone. The implant body integrates with the jawbone and becomes the anchor for the new tooth.

Ceramic Dental Implant Abutment Diagram

The implant abutment is the portion of the dental implant inside the crown. Sometimes the abutment is created with the implant body as one piece. Other times, it is separate and attached to the implant with a screw. The abutment shapes the gum tissue and supports the crown.

Ceramic Dental Implant Crown Diagram

The dental implant crown is the portion of the dental implant you see, but if done correctly, no one can tell it is not a natural tooth. The crown is bonded or cemented to the implant abutment and is commonly made of a ceramic or zirconia material because of its naturally white color and strength.

Dr. Carlo Litano | Ceramic Dental Implant Dentist In Pinellas Park, FL

Meet your exclusive Pinellas Park-based
ceramic implant expert

Dr. Carlo Litano

Carlo Litano comes from a rich family history of medical professionals from Peru. He received his undergraduate degree from Barry University in Miami Shores, Fl with a focus in Biology and Chemistry. In 2005, he went on to receive his Doctoral Dental Degree from Nova Southeastern University School of Dental Medicine in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl.



Early in his career in Portland, Oregon, Dr. Litano focused on holistic and integrative dentistry. While there, he also mentored at the Northwest Center of Dental Excellence. After attending a mini-residency and numerous symposiums, he developed an interest in managing TMJ disorders and chronic pain conditions.



Dr. Litano regularly takes continuing education which keeps him up to date on the current practices in clinical dentistry. He offers services in many aspects of holistic dentistry including removal of mercury-containing fillings, cosmetic dentistry, and ceramic dental implants.



Some of Dr. Litano’s professional associations are: Holistic Dental Association, International Academy of Oral Medicine & Toxicology (IAOMT), American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, and International Academy of Ceramic Implantology.

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Office Information

9087 Belcher Road
Pinellas Park, FL 33782

Office: 727-240-2194

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