Dental implant applications are preferred in the presence of missing teeth that disrupt the aesthetics of teeth and smile. Dental implants are placed in the jawbone as artificial tooth roots by our prosthodontist and maxillofacial surgeon dentists to support dental prostheses or in cases where existing teeth are lost. In implant applications, artificial tooth roots made of a material such as titanium are used that are compatible with body tissues.
Existing gaps can be closed by applying it to areas with missing teeth or teeth. Dental implants enable patients who have lost their teeth to laugh comfortably, talk, perform social activities, eat well and gain the most natural appearance of their teeth. In patients who do not have any teeth in the mouth, a comfortable intraoral treatment can be applied with a much better quality and comfortable use of the patients with the implant application.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION STAGE
Before, a dental x-ray is taken and your bone structure is examined by a specialist doctor.If your chin and the area to be treated are suitable, an appointment is made for the implant, which is an artificial root.
Placement of the implant is done with local anesthesia. A certain mm of jawbone is carved to fit the jawbone and an artificial tooth root is placed to replace the tooth root. These roots are placed in the jawbone with a small surgical procedure in a sterile environment. This area is then closed with stitches. The operation time for 1 dental implant is 20 minutes.
One week after the implant is applied, the first control is made and the stitches are removed. Then the process of fusion of the bone and the titanium implant begins. The healing process varies according to the person, but takes 2.5 – 3 months at most. At the end of the 3rd month, if there is no negative condition in the gingiva, the prosthesis process begins. The place where the implant is placed is opened again, this time a screwed prosthetic tooth is attached. This process may take longer if sinus lifting or bone insertion procedures are performed. With the state-of-the-art implant materials and technical equipment we use in our clinic, this period is shortened, and sometimes a temporary tooth is made by measuring the day of the implant. At the end of the 72nd hour, a fixed prosthesis can be attached to the implants.
Normal life continues. As long as it is properly cared for and used cleanly, you can use it for many years like your own teeth without any problems.
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Implant prices; control by the dentist, viewed and seen due to the needed implant. Apart from the implant prices, it also differs depending on which dental implant is chosen.
There may be more than one reason; Progressive dental caries, Accident, Inflammation of the supporting tissue of the tooth, Absence of dental germ, Systemic disease, Medications and other treatments.
The absence of teeth leads to the following consequences: Bone loss, Possible complications and shifting at the level of the remaining healthy teeth, Decrease in the chewing function, Digestive problems, Aesthetic damage and change in facial expressions, Speech difficulties. Dental implants help to remedy these complications by bringing an aesthetic and functional solution.
Implant treatment makes it possible to; replace an isolated tooth, replace several teeth, replace all teeth on a jaw that is completely toothless. In this case, the implants accommodate the securing of a bridge or to stabilise removable dentures.
The insertion of an implant is not a must-have solution, but if the conditions allow for it, it is the solution to favour. Contrary to the insertion of a bridge, an implant treatment does not require the support of neighbouring teeth. The neighbouring healthy teeth are thus preserved because they are not ground down.
There are no age limits. Any elderly person can receive a dental implant, provided that there are no risk factors. However, a dental implant cannot be inserted for a patient who is too young (under the age of eighteen years approximately). It is essential that the jaw is fully developed.
Conditions to meet before ensuring the success of a treatment: Irreproachable oral-dental hygiene, Competence and expertise of the practitioner, Individual treatment of each patient by the practitioner, Follow-up and regular check-ups ensured by the practitioner.
The surgical phase consists of inserting dental implants into the maxillary bone. It is practised under local anaesthesia and is painless. The duration of the procedure varies between thirty minutes and two hours, depending on the complexity of the procedure (number and location of implants, bone volume available, etc.). The practitioner makes an incision in the gums and drills the bone on the site intended to receive the implant. An increase in the bone mass can be envisaged when the bone volume required for inserting the implant is insufficient. Once the implant is inserted, the gums are closed up and sutured.
The insertion of implants is generally performed under local anaesthesia and the procedure is completely painless. Potential post-operative pain can be alleviated with painkillers.
Dental implants have a long lifecycle, even unlimited. Clinical studies conducted for the long term certify that dental implants theoretically do not have a limited lifecycle, provided that good oral-dental hygiene is adhered to and that regular follow-ups with a healthcare professional are ensured. Only a poor state of the bone’s preservation can reduce the lifecycle of an implant.