When we lose one of our teeth, the balance in our mouth is easily disturbed and tooth loss accelerates.
Oral and dental health is very important. When we lose one of our teeth, the natural balance of our mouth is disrupted and various diseases begin to occur in our body. Subsequent tooth loss both deprives us of our health and reduces our quality of life considerably. In such cases, the implant is the most effective solution. Implant is a natural-looking operation where the tooth root is placed with a surgical intervention in the jawbone and covered with a prosthetic tooth. After the implant is placed in the root of the jaw, there is a waiting period of 3 to 6 months.
New generation implants allow us to place temporary teeth/dentures for patients who do not want to be edentulous during the recovery period.
Implant treatment is actually a matter of dental surgery. It is recommended to be done by specialist doctors. We pay you not to surrender yourself to dental technicians or inexperienced untrained people in an important operation such as an implant. Sometimes, every tooth may not be required to be implanted in multiple tooth losses. (All of Four and All on) systems
Both multi-functional and budget-friendly solutions can be offered.
Before starting the implant operation you will have in our clinic, A clinical and radiological examination is performed, and we decide together with our patient where the implants will be placed and the size of the implants, taking into account the surgeon’s bone structure, nerves and location of blood vessels.
In some cases, if the tooth is not infected, tooth extraction and implant placement are done at the same time. Implant treatment is suitable for anyone who is missing one or more teeth. It is suitable for all ages and anyone who has completed bone development. It is an excellent alternative to removable dentures.
If you think you need implant treatment, please contact us and book a free X-ray and consultation.
To stop your tooth from slipping into empty space: When you lose a tooth, eventually the surrounding tooth will start to move to fill the space. This can cause several dental complications. Roughly spaced or dense teeth are more difficult to keep clean and can cost you a fortune in orthodontic care. Placing a dental implant now will keep your teeth properly spaced and make it easier to keep clean.
To protect your jawbone: If you choose a fixed bridge instead of a dental implant, your jawbone will eventually begin to descend below the missing tooth. This occurs because you don’t get enough stimulation to the bone without the root of the tooth. The same is true for implant-supported prostheses. If you ask yourself and wait for a long time to get a dental implant, the more likely it is that your jawbone will lack the integrity to be implanted without a dental bone graft in the future.
Implant supported dentures – Many people have problems with their dentures. Problems are poor adjustment, sores in their mouths, sunken lips and food restrictions. If you are wearing dentures, you can get a fixed and permanent solution with implant-supported dentures. A variety of procedures are available for dentures, and some even support a full prosthetic dental arch with at least four implants.
Maintain your appearance – When your jawbone begins to deteriorate due to missing teeth, it often causes your lips to appear sunken in. Unfortunately, this can make you look much older than you are. For this reason, people who use prostheses often complain that the lips are thin and the cheeks collapse. Dental implant posts provide the stimulation your body needs to produce dense, healthy jawbone material and keep your face looking plump and youthful.
You have one or more missing teeth.
Have a full-grown jawbone.
Having enough bone to fix the implants or having a bone graft.
Have healthy oral tissues.
Not to be in health conditions that may affect bone healing.
Unwilling or unwilling to wear dentures.
If you want to improve your speaking.
Willing to commit to several months for the process.