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Implant Treatment

They are the screws that imitate the natural tooth root made of titanium, which is accepted as a part of the body placed inside the jaw bone in order to restore the lost function and aesthetics to the cavity of the teeth lost for any reason.

The dental implants support the prosthesis to be made by undertaking the role of the tooth root on the jawbone and thus, they do not require any tooth cutting or abrasion on the other teeth. The dental implants are the best method of replacement for missing teeth today.

Advantages of Dental Implant

It stops the bone resorption in the extracted tooth area. In the extracted tooth region, the bone resorbs and melts due to the dysfunction of the bone.

The dental implant prevents extension of the teeth in the opposite jaw of the toothless area towards toothless area and the teeth on both sides of the cavity from toppling in this direction and the problems such as masticatory insufficiency, joint disorders, and gum disease.

When the implant treatment is applied, it does not require any treatment of adjacent teeth to compensate for the non-tooth area.

In Which Situations Can Implant Treatment Be Performed?

There are many problems such as aesthetic, functional and psychological may be encountered in tooth deficiency. The biggest problem is that the chewing function cannot be performed. Today, the dental implants are the most preferred and healthiest method for replacing the missing teeth.

  • Lack of single teeth
  • Bridgeworks in more than one tooth missing
  • Fixed bridgeworks at full toothlessness
  • Removable prostheses at full toothlessness
Who can be applied implant?

The implant treatment can be applied in the patients, whose health is good and have gums and bones that will support the implants. In cases where the jaw bone is insufficient, advanced conditions such as bone grafting and sinus lifting operation can be applied and suitable conditions for the implant placement can be obtained.

What is the Implant Treatment Process?

Local anesthesia is performed in the area where the procedure will be performed and the implant is placed in the jaw bone completely without pain. Following placing the dental implants on the jawbone, it is waited for 6 to 8 weeks for the implant to integrate with the jawbone, and then a crowns, veneers or bridgework is made.

Slight swelling may be postoperatively seen, but applying cold compress during the first 12 hours will significantly reduce this swelling. Severe pains are not expected, pains can be easily taken under control with the pain killers prescribed by the dentist.

Our Expertise &

Our Treatment

When it comes to dentistry, it is as important to be knowledgeable as it is to be relevant. We share your sensitivity to protect your oral and dental health. We understand and listen to you and care about the communication that we have established throughout your entire treatment process.

Contact us for detailed information about our treatments.

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