Dental Implant

Implant treatment, which is a method frequently used by dentists in the completion of missing teeth, is also popular in Turkey. The implant, made with a practical method, is the toothed opponent of the bridge method, since neighbor teeth are not touched.

Implant, which is the most preferred practice of physicians in recent years, is a very practical procedure. In fact, the implant, which is a metal screw that is placed in the jaw bone to support the prosthesis to be applied in tooth deficiencies and plays the role of artificial root, can now be made much faster.

It is much more practical and economical to replace the missing tooth with an implant compared to a prosthesis to be made on three teeth or a bridge in a tooth deficiency with a limb deficiency. Also, the most positive aspect of the implant, which is an alternative to the bridge, is that neighbor teeth are never touched.

On the other hand, the fact that the waiting times are low after the construction and the implant replacement is immediately preferred. The duration of application varies between 10 minutes and 1 hour, while the duration of treatment can take 3-4 months (in some cases, 1 year). 

Implant Treatment Types

  1. Nobel Dental Implant + Abutment
  2. Bego Dental Implant + Abutment
  3. DTI Dental Implant + Abutment
  4. Sinus Lifting
  5. Bone Grafting
Dental Implant Treatment
All on Four implant Treatment

All on Four Implant Treatment

Dental implants are the most comfortable treatment option for the solution of partial or complete edentulous conditions. In cases where this loss is severe, that is, the volume of the jaw bone decreases, fixed prostheses can be made using 4 implants in the lower jaw and 4 in the upper jaw. This procedure is called all on four. 

On the day the implants are placed, a temporary, fixed and complete prosthesis is prepared and placed on the implants. The surgical procedure is performed as done in all implant surgeries. The only difference is that the implants placed in the back area are placed at a different angle.

In cases where bone tissue is severely reduced, performing surgical procedures to increase bone tissue increase the risk of complications associated with these surgeries over time. Thanks to the all on four procedure, these surgical complications are reduced by minimum surgical procedures.

Patients can receive their implants and prostheses on the same day, without any toothless treatment.

FAQ about all on four implant

  • Thanks to the angled implants placed in the back of the jaw bone, anatomical formations are not damaged.
  • Angled posterior implants are placed in a higher quality bone using longer
  • No bone graft applications required
  • Allows making dentures that are easier to clean
  • Immediate aesthetics and function are provided
  • Further bone loss is prevented
  • Speech and chewing functions are improved
  • Recovery in a short time results in less pain and less distress

Metal Porcelain Crowns

It is a type of coating where various metal alloys produced for use in metal dentistry porcelain dentistry are used as infrastructure under the porcelain. These metals are highly durable standard metal alloys that are compatible with dental and gum tissues.

It is the most widely used type of dental prosthesis in almost every situation where fixed dental prosthesis is required in porcelain dentistry with metal infrastructure.


  • Treatment plan by taking panoramic and periapical x-rays
  • When necessary, filling, canal treatment and gum treatment
  • Preparation of teeth by wearing and composite temporary coatings of the same session


  • Laboratory stages: preparation of porcelain with metal infrastructure
  • Rehearsal of porcelain treatment with metal substructure
  • Porcelain dental rehearsal
  • Alignment and gluing of the dental prosthesis in the mouth

FAQ about Metal Porcelain Crown

  • Metal porcelain crown is the most durable and widely used infrastructure material.
  • Metal porcelain crown is at aesthetic satisfying level when required sensitivity is shown.
  • Metal porcelain crown is economical.

The prices of metal porcelain crown are more affordable than other aesthetic dental treatments. You can call us or fill out the form below to get information about metal porcelain crown prices.

Metal Porcelain Crown

Zirconia Crowns

Zirconia Crowns

In the treatment of color changes that do not result in whitening methods, mostly for aesthetic purposes, when the treatment methods are not selected, these teeth are preferred in old tissues that are distorted or turned, and old tissues with impaired structure. Additionally, in teeth with excessive structure loss, zirconium teeth are preferred to provide smile aesthetics when used as a coating or bridge on the back, group teeth.

FAQ about Zirconia Crown

With its light transmittance feature, a natural image is captured just like normal teeth. Healthy teeth enter the enamel light completely. Metal, the structure of the classic porcelain coating, creates a bad image on the teeth. This causes the teeth to appear lifeless and artificial. Zirconia crowns prevent this. Color similar to bruising in the neck area of ​​the tooth and gingiva, which is also seen in metal-supported prostheses, will never occur. If the gum is pulled due to reasons such as wrong brushing, it provides an aesthetically bad appearance. 

There are two types of zirconium thread coating methods. They are divided into two with metal support and without metal support. The most important reason why zirconium thread coating method is preferred is its durability. Application on both the back and front teeth is an important indicator for having an aesthetic appearance. If you want to choose a healthy method for your teeth, you can take advantage of zirconium teeth. Be sure to choose institutional points in this regard. In this way, you can get the desired result. Since the process is a matter of expertise, be sure to pay attention to this detail.

The prices of zirconia prices are more affordable than other aesthetic dental treatments, please contact us for your price inquires.

FAQ about Implant Treatment

There can be multiple causes; Progressed tooth decay, Accident, Inflammation of the tooth’s supporting tissue, Absence of the tooth’s germ, Systemic disease, Medicines 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.

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