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Dental Implants Your health is our priority!

Dr. Paul Mabe is an expert in his field with more than 30 years of experience in transforming the health, function and confidence of his patients. Our ceramic and zirconium implants are tooth-colored and metal-free, utilizing cutting-edge technology to ensure the highest quality of treatment.

Ceramic implants made of zirconium oxide can be a good alternative to the frequently used titanium implants for people with intolerances or allergies to metal or titanium. The gums grow onto this metal-free implant solution particularly well, closing the gap that could allow bacteria to enter into the bloodstream via the gums. Osseointegration of ceramic and zirconia implants is excellent and very stable.

In addition, ceramic and zirconia implants do not release any particles into the tissue, as titanium implants often do, therefore eliminating the risk of allergies or intolerances developing. Our ceramic implants are primarily from Swiss Dental Solutions and Straumann®.


Benefits of Zirconium Implants:

A safer solution for healthier patients


Providing a holistic approach when placing implants using biomedical techniques, we focus on the patient’s overall health. Bacteria struggles to bond to the zirconium implants, and patients’ gums adhere to the implants rapidly and effectively.

Aesthetically Pleasing

Our tooth-colored zirconium implants provide no dark edges for patients with receding gums. Our implants are extremely aesthetically pleasing and can give you back your beautiful smile.


Our implants are extremely durable and sturdy. They are made from a high-performance material allowing them to withstand years of stress and remain in the oral cavity forever with proper oral hygiene.


Metals in the mouth impact the whole body and can cause severe damage to your immune system. Our metal-free implants are nontoxic and completely biocompatible, a healthy alternative your body will love.

Zirconium Implants

Zirconium implants are the solution you have been looking for. Regain your quality of life with a safe and effective option. Our implants do not discharge fragments into the surrounding oral tissue — keeping your body safe from allergies affecting your immune system or developing intolerances later on. Dr. Paul Mabe is an expert in the area who offers an alternative to metal implants. Utilizing our precise digital films and our in-house, state-of-the-art 3D CBCT scan, Dr. can determine the best situation for the precise placement of your implants so you can get your smile back and chew the foods you love again.

To learn more about how you can benefit from dental implants in Naples, Florida, and set up your appointment with our dentist, please call Naples Family Dentist today at 239-566-7737.

How long is the healing time?

Most patients are fully recovered from their dental implant placement about two weeks following their procedure. The initial healing period will be over at this point, and while the implant site may feel slightly tender to the touch, it should otherwise feel healed and normal. However, your overall healing process will still be continuing, as your implant will continue to heal and bond with the jawbone over the following three to six months.

Ozone therapy and PRF used in tandem during placement of dental implants

Ozone therapy and platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) can accelerate your healing timeline, minimize inflammation and decrease discomfort. Our dentist may recommend using these options to give you a more comfortable experience and help you recover and heal more quickly following your implant placement procedure. Please speak with our team for more details.

CAD/CAM and cone beam imaging to design your implant treatment plan

We are pleased to use advanced technologies such as CAD/CAM and cone beam imaging as part of your treatment planning process. Cone beam imaging allows us to view your entire mouth and supporting oral structures in detail, making it easier for our dentist to plan your treatment and ensure your implant posts are optimally placed. CAD/CAM (computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing) is a highly versatile technology used in designing and creating restorations to cap your implants. It works to capture digital photos of your teeth and mouth, which can then be converted into 3D models from which your restorations can be created. These two technologies help ensure that your implant treatment is tailored precisely to your needs.

Implant-supported dentures and bridges

The type of implant restoration you receive will depend on your individual needs and how many teeth you are missing. If you are missing multiple teeth, our dentist may recommend an implant-supported denture or bridge. Implant bridges are typically used to replace several missing teeth in a row and may be recommended to replace a partial denture. They are supported by just one or two implant posts. An implant-supported denture is usually recommended to replace an entire arch of teeth and is supported by four to eight strategically placed implant posts.

Contact us for your consultation with our experienced dentist today!