Dental Implants

What are the Dental Implants?

It is an artificial tooth root that is applied by a surgical procedure instead of extracted teeth for any reason.  It is one of the options that can be used instead of missing teeth. Implants made of titanium are placed in the places opened in the jawbone. One or more tooth loss is required for Dental İmplant treatment. Missing teeth were replaced with high success rate. This success depends on the integration of the implant with the surrounding tissue, however, this success is influenced by many factors such as implant material, bone quality, systemic diseases of the patient, smoking and administration.

Why implant?

The primary aim in modern dentistry is to restore normal tooth shape, aesthetics and oral health. With minimal intervention to the mouth and surrounding tissues in dentistry, these functions are performed. One of the most preferred reasons for the implant is its easy adaptation to the applied mouth.

Is a dental implant suitable for everyone?

It can be a tooth extraction or oral surgery. Patients should come under regular dentist control every 6 months. Adequate bone and gum health is required fo the implant.

Who can have it done?

1)Those who have one or more missing teeth

2)People with developed jawbone

3)People who have oral health

4)Patients who do not want to use a dental prosthesis

Who can not have it done?

Patients with;

1)Psychiatric problems,

2)Hematological diseases,

3)Endocrinological diseases,

4)Rheumatic diseases,

5)Chronic kidney,

6)Liver cirrhosis,

7)Immune system disorders,

8)High-dose radiotherapy,

9)In the presence of pathology in the jaw bone,

10)Focal infection,

11)In cases where the relationship between the jaws is not appropriate,

12)TMJ (jaw joint) diseases,

13)Dry mouth,

14)Makroglosside (the tongue is larger than normal),

15)Poor oral hygiene,

16)Alcohol and cigarette addicts,

17)Sometimes in new tooth extraction situations

Is implant treatment painful?

Local anesthesia or general anesthesia is applied before the operation. The patient does not feel pain during treatment. After the implant treatment, the patient takes a painkiller so that the patient does not feel any pain at all. Cold compress applied at intervals immediately after surgery is also very effective in reducing pain and swelling that may occur on the face.

How should I look after my implant?

After normal dental treatments, the patient should pay attention to oral care. After the patient should pay more attention when implant treatment is applied. Implant teeth are not damaged by themselves inside the bone. If there is a deficiency in oral care, implant teeth are damaged and implant loss may occur at the end. In oral care, not only brushing teeth, but also flossing, interface brushes and mouth showers are effective.

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