Implants are objects resembling tooth roots, in screw form, and bonded with the jawbone if one or more of your teeth are missing.
Today, there are many implant types and brands to choose between. Although used materials differ, titanium is used in general.
This treatment may be applied to every patient over the age of 18 and who has completed chin-face development. Before starting the procedure, the patient’s suitability is examined. Therefore, the first step is taking x-rays.
Implant specialists in our clinic can perform the pre-examination stage using the intraoral images and x-rays sent by the patients. Our patients coming from other cities or abroad for implants can benefit from our internal transfer service free of charge. In addition, our partner hotels may be arranged for accommodation during the treatment. We offer 24/7 communication opportunities to all patients, both before and after treatment.
The treatment plan is finalized during the direct consultation of the patients. The implants we use in our clinic are certified and the treatment starts quickly with high-quality materials. Restoring your oral and dental health as soon as possible.
What Are Dental Implants?
Implant are screws, placed in the jawbone. Dental prostheses are placed on them. Adjacent teeth are not damaged or trimmed during the treatment Implant screws placed act like a tooth root.
When the application is over, you can eat and talk just like with a natural tooth. Some of the advantages provided by the implant are;
- Can be used in the lower or upper jaw where the patients have missing teeth.
- Suitable for use in areas that had been missing teeth for a long period.
- Is an effective procedure if all teeth are missing in the patient’s lower jaw.
- Helps you maintain dental health.
- No problems occur when eating/drinking
- Does not harm adjacent teeth.
- Offers an aesthetic and beautiful smile.
In order for the application to be performed, the patient profile should be suitable and there should be no obstacle for the treatment.
All on 4/6 Implant Technique
In this technique, a new method in screw-type dental implants, the upper and lower jawbones are inspected in detail. Then 4 or 6 implants are applied in specified angles. Especially patients with no teeth may regain their oral and dental health in a single day. With the completion of the procedures, patients should pay attention to oral-dental hygiene and routine controls.
In patients without treatment teeth, it prevents not being treated due to bone insufficiency, bone insertion or sinus lift. Fixed prostheses can be produced on the same day with the All on 4/6 technique.
Bone Grafting (Jaw Bone Powder)
Jaw bone powder, also called bone grafting, is obtained in different ways. It has animal, human or synthetic types. It is produced in block or in small particle powder form. Bone Graft application is preferred especially,
- If there is insufficient bone presence in the area to apply implants,
- If it is desired to be done in the same session with tooth extraction,
- For pre-implant sinus floor elevation,
- For chronic inflammation,
- When the bone in the mouth is melted,
Fequently Asked Questions
Screwed teeth are applied to the bone and lower part of the gum in the mouth. Therefore, they are not visible. The same situation ensures that there is no incompatibility with the applied tooth.
Implant application is not applicable for all age groups. There is a requirement that patients have completed their bone development. The bone development stage may last until 18 in boys and 16-17 in girls. Adult patients have already completed this stage. Since dental problems are seen frequently in older people, implants are applied more usual than other age groups.
Implant treatment applied by an expert dentist gives positive results. However, the patient and the implant used are elements that may affect the result. The general health status of the patient, a correct diagnosis, caring and cleaning of the implant, appropriate surgery and prosthesis, the type and brand of the implant, excessive smoking and alcohol consumption may change the result.
For implant treatment, the patient profile must be suitable. Physical disorders and obstacles may pose a risk in some situations. Treatment may not be possible with patients who have heart diseases, blood clotting problems, rheumatism, diabetes, diabetes mellitus, improper jaw bone structure, and patients who are not suitable for surgery.
Therefore, expert dentists make a pre-examination and decide on the situation. If there is no problem, the process is applied.