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Dental Implant Application

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What is a Dental Implant

What is an implant?

Missing teeth in terms of function and aesthetics  creates a problem. Implant dental treatment has been developed as an alternative to the traditional bridge and prosthesis used to restore missing teeth.


Implants are biocompatible titanium artificial roots used in the treatment of missing teeth and placed in the jawbone.


Porcelain-coated teeth are placed on these screws. The advantage of implant treatment over other treatments is that it does not damage the adjacent teeth. In other words, it is not necessary to reduce the adjacent teeth by cutting.  


Today, it is the first preferred treatment method for restoring missing teeth in cases where it is possible.



To Whom Can It Be Applied?

It is applied to individuals who have completed their chin and face development. Before the treatment, whether the jaw structure is suitable for the implant is determined by x-ray and tomography.


Diabetes (diabetes) patients must be under control before treatment, that is, blood sugar must be regulated. In patients using anticoagulant (blood thinners) drugs, depending on the dose of the drugs and under cardiology consultation, the drugs may need to be discontinued before treatment. Implant treatment can be performed in patients with osteoporosis, after receiving appropriate treatment.


Although implant application is a minor surgical operation; general state of health, constantly used  medications, previous operations, drug allergies  should be reported to the dentist.

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How is it done?

Implant treatment is a procedure performed under local anesthesia. After the dental implant is placed, it is covered with the gum and left to heal. 1 week after the procedure, patient control and removal of sutures are required. After this stage, the gingival tissue covered the area where the implant was placed and soft tissue healing occurred.


The waiting period of 2-3 months is the time required for the implant to fuse to the jaw bones (osteointegration). During this period, temporary prostheses are made in appropriate cases and the patient is prevented from being toothless.


Since the gum tissue covers the implant during the waiting period and the stitches are removed, it is a comfortable process.

At the end of the waiting period  The implant fused to the bone is opened to the oral environment again under local anesthesia and impressions are taken for the porcelain coating. The porcelain veneer is placed on the implant in about 10 days and the treatment is completed.

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