Dental Implant

Implants are artificial tooth roots placed in the jawbone in order to restore the function and aesthetics of missing teeth.
Implants are artificial tooth roots placed in the jawbone in order to restore the function and aesthetics of missing teeth.
In Which Cases Is Implant Made?
In the absence of a single tooth, when it is not desired to touch the adjacent solid teeth, a single implant is applied in the form of fixed bridges by placing two or more implants in order to ensure prosthesis retention in a completely toothless mouth.
What are the Benefits of Implants?
Implant is a solid, comfortable and reliable application. Prostheses made on implants create the most natural structure while replacing real teeth. During the completion of missing teeth, healthy teeth are not touched. It has a much longer life compared to all prostheses. Normally, the effects of tooth loss will be psychological as well as physiological. The implant, as a special application that replaces the natural tooth, brings the definitive and healthiest solution to all kinds of problems caused by tooth loss.
Can Implant Be Applied At All Ages?
Yes. It is only necessary to complete bone development in young people. This happens until the age of 16-17 for girls and 18 for boys. There is no upper age limit for adults. It can be applied to people of all ages with suitable general health conditions. Older people need dental implants more because they lose more teeth and there is melting in their jaw bones.
Implant construction consists of two stages. The first is the surgical stage. The implant substructure is placed in the jawbone. Then there is a waiting period of 2 to 6 weeks. During this time, bone formation occurs between the bone and the implant. It takes up to a week to make the superstructure.
Oral care should be done completely and without neglect. This care is also necessary for our own teeth. It should continue in the same way after implant construction. If we do not clean enough, we can lose our implants in the same way as we lose our own teeth. The first symptoms start with redness, swelling, bleeding and itching in the gums, causing the loss of the implant with bone destruction.
Uncontrolled diabetics, those with blood coagulation disorders, those who have been on cortisone treatment for a long time and those who still continue to see cannot have implants. In the previous years, those with large bone losses could not have implants, but today they can be made suitable with bone grafts and implant can be applied.