To replace lost teeth, false tooth roots placed in jaw bones are called implants.
The tooth deficiency of patients who have lost their natural teeth due to various reasons such as trauma, gum disease, and caries is eliminated by placing titanium-based artificial roots on the jaw bone under a minor surgical procedure and local anesthesia.
Implants are applied in patients who have lost their back teeth on one or both sides, to support a small number of natural teeth, and to patients who have lost all their natural teeth, in order to avoid bridges and protect the adjacent teeth in single-tooth deficiencies.
Following the placement of the implant, the integration process of the implant and bone is expected. While this process is between 3-4 months on average, prosthetic teeth can be placed in the aesthetic area and in some special cases, if the bone is sufficient, the day after the surgery. Prostheses are completed by measuring over the implants whose waiting period has expired.
Implant treatment has become the most reliable and frequently preferred treatment option in the treatment of tooth loss today. There are many factors that affect the success of implant treatment. In addition to the patient’s health and post-operative care, the implant which is used in the treatment is also very important. Imported implant systems with proven reliability are used in our clinic.
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