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Implant Treatment

Implants are screw-shaped artificial tooth roots that are placed in the jawbone and made to support dentures. These are usually made of titanium or titanium alloys. Implants made to replace missing teeth can be used for a long time without any problems.


  Before starting the treatment, the patient, who is planned to be implanted, is investigated whether they are suitable for health and the necessary examinations are made. The jaw structure of the patient and the adjacent tissues in the area where the implant is planned are examined clinically and radiographically, and a detailed planning is made by making the necessary measurements. In the planning, it is evaluated which technique will be applied, which type of implant will be used, whether any action will be taken on the tissues that will support the implant. After the implant is placed in the jawbone, it completely attaches to the bone in approximately 2-3 months. This period can be reduced to, with the new developing technologies 3 weeks.

After tooth missing, the bone in the missing area begins to recede, the posterior tooth comes forward and the opposite tooth rises to close the gap. Therefore, implants should be made shortly after missing tooth. If the appropriate conditions are met, the implant can be placed in the extraction cavity in a single session immediately after tooth extraction, or the implant is placed after the bone tissue has completely healed after tooth extraction (approximately 2 months later).

Especially in single tooth deficiencies, the implant is placed in the missing field and the treatment is carried out without touching the adjacent teeth. In cases where there is excessive missing tooth, the most important advantages are that a fixed prosthesis can be made instead of a removable prosthesis with a few implants to be placed in the missing fields.

In all missing tooth , implant-supported removable dentures can be made by placing less number of implants. The biggest advantage of implant supported removable dentures over normal removable dentures is that they do not cause any wiggle in the mouth. It is possible to make a fixed prosthesis at the same time by increasing the number of implants in all missing tooth.

 With newly developed techniques, it is possible to place the implant in the jawbone in a flapless way. In the flapless technique, the implant is placed without lifting the gingiva. So as to the gingiva is not removed, there is no need for stitches. Thus, the implant application is painless, bleeding-free and in a much shorter time.

 Thanks to the SLA Active surface feature on the implant with new developing technologies, the success rate in dental implants has been 99%.

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