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Our goal should always be to keep your natural teeth in the mouth. However, even when a single tooth is extracted, the natural balance is disturbed and the loss of teeth is accelerated. In such cases, implants are a very special solution that will provide the closest balance of strength to your own teeth, allowing us to smile beautifully and eat with pleasure again.

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What is Dental Implant Treatment?


Dental Implants are artificial tooth roots, which usually made of titanium or titanium compounds, in order to replace missing teeth in the mouth.

Our goal should always be to keep your natural teeth in the mouth. However, even when a single tooth is extracted, the natural balance is disturbed and the loss of teeth is accelerated. In such cases, implants are a very special solution that will provide the closest balance of strength to your own teeth, allowing us to smile beautifully and eat with pleasure again.

Titanium is preferred as an implant material because it does not interact with body tissues and is a material resistant to forces. Implants can be placed in the cavities created by previously lost teeth or in the tooth socket immediately after extraction if there is no serious infection.


‘People should aim for teeth that look good and can chew comfortably, not the implant.’

Implants are placed in the jawbone with a simple operation when the bone is sufficient and suitable for the purpose of making Fixed or Removable Prostheses. If the amount and density of bone is not at the desired level, bone formation procedures may be required before implant application.


Do you need an implant for every lost tooth?

If there is enough bone, dentists always prefer an implant to replace each lost tooth. However, in some cases, two implants can be placed apart and a bridge prosthesis can be fixed on it. The number of implants to be placed can only be determined after the physician’s clinical and radiographic examination.


Can patients who uses palatal (movable) prosthesis benefit from implant treatment?

Today, even patients with completely edentulous mouths can get rid of removable dentures directly if they have enough bones, or with implants to be made after the bone formation process. It is very difficult for the patient to use a removable prosthesis, especially in the edentulous lower jaw. Because a tongue that constantly plays inside, cheeks and lips outside, gives a lot of trouble to the patient during speaking and eating. Problems related to the prosthesis, which cannot be fixed with tongue, lip, cheek and chewing movements in the lower jaw, can be eliminated with implant applications.

In addition, problems such as nausea caused by the design of the upper dentures that close the palate are eliminated. In this case, fixed or removable implant-supported prostheses can be made. In both types of prosthesis, the complaints of movement and nausea disappear.


What are the benefits of implants?

Making a new tooth with an implant to replace the lost tooth is important for the health and function of the surrounding teeth and the entire chewing system. While a tooth that fulfills its aesthetic and chewing function is obtained in its natural tooth form, it prevents the surrounding teeth from slipping into the tooth cavity and deformities in other teeth. In addition, the bone loss that occurs over time in the cavity formed after tooth extraction is prevented when the implant is made.


What is the advantage of the implant process compared to bridge prosthesis?

In patients with a single missing tooth or more than one missing tooth the teeth in front and behind the missing gap are cut, reduced, and material loss occurs. However, when the implant is applied, the implant imitating the root of the missing tooth is placed first without the need to cut any tooth, and then the upper prosthesis (tooth) is made and edentulousness is eliminated.


Can each patient be applied the implant treatment?

Implant application is a successful form of treatment that can be applied to everyone, except for some exceptional cases.

Having enough bone tissue in a person depends on some factors. Some people may have very thin/thick or less/more bones inherited.

In some people, tooth and gingival inflammations cause the bone tissue around them to melt and decrease. For this reason, if a decision is made to extract a tooth, it is beneficial to perform the extraction immediately in order not to cause bone loss.

In some cases, after the extraction, it can be waited without the implant, and in some cases, the implant can be placed immediately.


Could there be a situation where the body does not accept the implants?

It’s not possible that the body does not accept the implant. The implants have no known side effects or allergic reactions in the human body, but some patients may not be suitable for implant application.


In which cases is implant application risky?

  • Diabetes and chronic cardiovascular diseases affecting recovery


  • Young patients with incomplete bone development


  • Pregnant women


  • People who smoke a lot (smoking suppresses the healing in the mouth and may cause a decrease in the success of the implant)


  • Alcohol or drug addicts


  • People who have received high doses of radiotherapy to the head and neck region


  • People with chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, connective tissue diseases, hemophilia and significant immune system deficiencies


  • Individuals using corticosteroids or immunosuppressive drugs


Implant application in these patient groups is risky and may result in failure. However, depending on the degree and severity of their condition, implant placement may be possible. The final decision on this matter belongs to the dentist “with the condition of making systemic consultation”.


Is it mandatory to have a pre-implant tomography?

Imaging is very important before implant treatment. Since three-dimensional imaging methods show the condition of the jawbones very clearly, tomography is used to determine whether there is a bone of a quality that can be implanted and increases the success of the surgery.


How is implant treatment done, what processes does it include?

Implant application is a very simple and painless application nowadays. First, the local anesthesia applied to the area, a slot is prepared in the bone where the implant will be placed, and the implant is placed. After the implant is placed, the screws that will remain on the implant during the healing period are placed and the recovery period is expected.

In order for dental implants to remain healthy against the pressures caused by chewing, it is necessary to fully fuse with the jawbone. This period varies according to the type of operation, region, age and health status of the patient. After the operation, a period of at least 5 weeks and a maximum of 3 months is required for the construction of permanent prostheses. In case of bone deficiency, the waiting time may be longer for implants made to newly formed bone areas.

Afterwards, measurements are taken and the planned prosthesis is made.


How much pain will I feel when the implant is applied?

Since all surgical procedures will be performed with local anesthesia, you will not feel pain during the procedure. In laser-assisted applications, swelling and pain are usually minimal after the procedure. Painkillers, which are given by your doctor, will prevent the pain that you will feel after the procedure.


What kind of method is applied if there is not enough bone in the area to be implanted?

Density, height and thickness of the bone in the area to be implanted are important. This directly affects the success of the implant. In cases where the bone is not enough, it is necessary to create bone with different techniques (using bone grafts) to increase the amount of bone. For this procedure, sinus lift, block grafting, and horizontal and vertical bone formation in the lower jaw can be performed in the upper posterior region.


Will I be toothless until my post-implant dentures are made?

Depending on the number of missing teeth, your dentist will decide what kind of temporary prosthesis will be made. If you have a missing tooth, you can use a temporary removable prosthesis or a fixed prosthesis according to the method applied. In complete edentulous and in some cases partial edentulous, it is possible to make a fixed temporary tooth instantly by applying the Bredent Fast&Fixed technique.


Can implants last a lifetime?

The most important factor that determines the duration of use of an implant placed in the patient’s mouth is the patient’s care for daily care. All patients with implants should consult a dentist every 6 months and have their teeth cleaned. If a problem is detected during these checks, it can be prevented from progressing by early intervention.


Which complications occur during implant surgery?

Every surgical intervention carries a risk of complications. Bleeding, infection, and injuries to the nerves, sinus, and nasal cavity are among these complications. It is possible to minimize these possibilities with a good examination and radiological control.

Three-dimensional imaging methods are effective in reducing complications. In addition, the experience of the physician and the implant system used are also important. For example, the stoppers in some sets prevent the uncontrolled use of tools that open the implant socket.

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