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Dental Implant

Achieving smile confidence is possible with dental implant procedures. These treatments address various dental concerns, ensuring benefits for your oral health and well-being.

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Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants offer a multitude of benefits, making them a popular choice for individuals with missing teeth.

Firstly, they provide a natural-looking and durable solution for tooth replacement, restoring both the aesthetics and functionality of the smile.


Unlike traditional dentures or bridges, dental implants are permanent fixtures in the mouth, eliminating the need for removal or adhesives.


Moreover, dental implants help preserve bone health by stimulating the jawbone, preventing bone loss and preserving facial structure. This not only maintains oral health but also contributes to overall well-being and self-confidence.


Additionally, dental implants do not require alteration of adjacent teeth, preserving their integrity and ensuring long-term oral health.

Some Statistics about Dental Implants

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Percentage of Success

The success rate of dental implants is reported to be around 95% to 98%, making them one of the most reliable tooth replacement options available

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Evolution of Dental Implants

Dental implants have been in use for over 50 years, with continuous improvements in materials and techniques leading to better outcomes and patient satisfaction

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Smiling Statistics

Over 2 million people in Turkey have dental implants, and this number is growing by 400,000 annually

BEFORE OPERATION

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BEFORE OPERATION

The patient meets with the dentist or oral surgeon for an initial consultation and discusses treatment options and expectations. Based on the evaluation and patient's goals, a customized treatment plan is created.


This plan outlines the number of implants needed, the type of implants, and any additional procedures required. After that, the client receives detailed preoperative instructions, which may include guidelines for fasting before surgery, medications to avoid, and preparations for anesthesia, if needed.

DURING OPERATION

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DURING OPERATION

On the day of the surgery, the patient undergoes a final preoperative examination to ensure they are in good overall health and ready for the procedure.


The patient is typically administered local anesthesia to numb the surgical site. Then, the oral surgeon makes an incision in the gum tissue to expose the jawbone and then drills a small hole for the implant placement. The implant is carefully inserted into the jawbone, and the gum tissue is sutured back in place.

AFTER OPERATION

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AFTER OPERATION

After the implant placement, a healing period of several months is required for osseointegration to occur. During this time, the implant fuses with the surrounding bone, providing a stable foundation for the prosthetic teeth.

The patient receives instructions for postoperative care, including pain management, oral hygiene practices, and dietary restrictions.

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  • France
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REMARKABLE CHANGES

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TYPES OF DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental implants are a versatile solution for replacing missing teeth, with various types available to meet different needs.

Endosteal Implants

These implants are the most commonly used and involve the surgical placement of titanium posts directly into the jawbone.


Once the surrounding gum tissue has healed, a second surgical procedure is performed to attach a metal post (abutment) to the implant.


The artificial tooth (crown) is then securely attached to the abutment. Endosteal implants are suitable for most patients and provide a strong and stable foundation for dental prostheses.

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Subperiosteal Implants

Unlike endosteal implants, subperiosteal implants are placed on top of the jawbone but underneath the gum tissue. This type of implant consists of a metal frame that is custom-fitted to the shape of the jawbone.


During the surgical procedure, the frame is placed onto the jawbone, and as the gums heal, the frame becomes securely fixed to the bone. Posts attached to the frame protrude through the gums, allowing the artificial teeth to be mounted securely.


Subperiosteal implants are often recommended for patients who have insufficient bone height or density for traditional endosteal implants.

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Zygomatic Implants

Zygomatic implants are used in cases where patients have insufficient bone in the upper jaw to support traditional implants. Instead of being anchored into the jawbone, zygomatic implants are anchored in the cheekbone (zygoma).


This technique provides a stable foundation for dental prostheses, even in cases of severe bone loss in the upper jaw. Zygomatic implants are typically recommended for patients who have undergone multiple failed dental procedures or have experienced significant bone resorption in the upper jaw.

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Dental Implant Procedure

The duration of a dental implant procedure can vary depending on the number of implants being placed and the complexity of the case, but generally;

Procedure Duration

1-3 hours for a single dental implant

Anesthesia

Local Anesthesia

Recovery Time

3-7 days

Expected Results

Improved Appearance, Restored Functionality and Enhanced Oral Health

Preferred Type

Endosteal implants

Who Can Have Dental Implant?

Ideal candidates for dental implants are generally those who are in good overall health, with adequate jawbone density and healthy gums. 


Patients with certain medical conditions or medications that may affect the healing process may need special consideration. 

Ultimately, the decision about whether a patient is a suitable candidate for dental implants is made after a thorough evaluation by a qualified dentist or oral surgeon.


By carefully assessing the patient's oral health, medical history, and treatment goals, the dental professional can determine the best course of action for tooth replacement and ensure the long-term success of the implants.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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