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DENTAL IMPLANTS

Used to replace lost teeth or teeth missing from birth, dental implants are artificial dental roots made from titanium and have no damaging side effects. The material used has been tested and approved for histocompatibility and have been proven to be 99% tissue-friendly. Therefore, speculations of tissue rejection, high cancer risk and that it cannot be applied to women are all proven to be incorrect. However, this does not rule out the fact that dental implants cannot be applied to everybody.

With fixed or fixed partial denture prostheses that are set over dental roots, the procedures aim is to ensure an increase in patient comfort and replace hard and soft tissue that is lost with the prostheses that are to be constructed on these implants. The Implant is aimed to function problem-free for a lifetime.

IN WHICH CASES ARE IMPLANTS APPLIED?

When one or more teeth are missing,   

When we do not prefer teeth next to the maxillary sinus to be carved for dental bridgework,

When the tooth at the very back of the jaw is missing and prevents dental bridgework,

When a patient is missing all their teeth and it is not possible to apply complete dentures - or the patient does not prefer it personally.

AFTER DENTAL IMPLANTS

After implants are set, a waiting period commences for the implant to fuse with the living bone cells of the jaw. With a normal bone structure and a healthy patient, this period is approximately 2-3 months. During this period, again, depending on the state of the bone cells and the number of implants, removable or fixed temporary prostheses are applied. If bone grafting has been used during the implant procedure, the recovery period extends further. This is due to the inserted bone graft melting and turning into new bone in time. In such cases, the recovery period ranges from 6-12 months.

IMPLANT SURGERY GUIDE

Dental Tomography images are converted into robotic jaw images via computer. A cyber implant is applied to the robotic jaw image. A tailor-made implant guide for the patient is prepared for the implants that have been set in the cyber setting to be accurately reflected on the patient’s own dental setting. Guided implant surgery ensures the successful application of implants in their ideal positions and angles. With this technique, the surgical process is kept at a minimum length and post-surgical recovery time for the gums is also reduced.

 

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