Center For Ceramic Dental Implants

The Center For Ceramic Dental Implants’ Dr. Amy Khajav a specialist in full mouth reconstruction using ceramic zirconia dental implants and crowns. She is one of the few dentists in the world that provides patients with full mouth reconstruction whereby both implants and crowns are metal free – ceramic zirconia.

A holistic dental office, the Center For Ceramic Dental Implants only uses non-metal biocompatible materials in its dental procedures such as the surgical placement of zirconia dental implants, which is carried out using 3D technology and a fabricated surgical guide after putting the patient under IV Sedation or the supervision of a general anesthesiologist.

One of the reasons we are respected in our community is that we use PRGF or Protein Rich Growth Factor, which is attained from the patient’s blood and significantly improves soft tissue healing. Moreover, the bone graft we use is a combination of PRGF stem cells and synthetic Swiss-made Bio-Oss.

Center For Ceramic Dental Implants has rich experience in handling the complicated dental procedure of full mouth reconstruction. The dental clinic has on board three implantologists, a prosthodontist, a periodontist, and oral surgeons—two of whom were trained in the US.

Our dental office is led by Dr. Amy Khajavi who started the clinic and has more than 20 years of experience as a dentist. She completed her M.S. in Micro Biology and went on to receive her doctorate of Dental Medicine from Oregon Health Sciences University. Dr. Khajavi’s post-doctoral education involved training under two world-renowned prosthodontists: Dr. Ueno Hiroshi and Dr. Bob Jankelson. After five years of training in the International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics, she attained a Mastership in craniomandibular orthopedics of the jaw.

Dr. Khajavi’s skill and experience in full mouth rehabilitation has earned her several awards including “Excellence in Full Mouth Rehabilitation” from the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Aesthetic Dentistry in 2002. In 2003, she was named “A Highly Dedicated and Master Clinician” by the same institute. Dr. Khajavi also studied implantology for a further two years, was awarded with a prestigious Fellowship by the American Academy of Oral Implantology and International Congress of Oral Implantology, and considers metal-free ceramic dental implants a better alternative to titanium implants.