Why should I have my dental implants in Turkey?
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A dental implant is a titanium screw that is inserted into the jawbone in place of a lost tooth or teeth, and merges with the bony tissue to serve as a natural tooth root. The titanium is considered a tissue-friendly material by the body. The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia without feeling any pain and discomfort.
An implant allows for a better speaking and chewing function than crowns and dentures, while at the same time keeps the contours of your face looking natural. This treatment can be used at any age after bone development has been completed (16-17 Years of age in girls, and 18 for boys). There is no upper age limit for adults. An implant can be utilised by anyone with good general health. The elderly tend to lose more teeth, and have some bone loss in the jaw, therefore, this age group is more likely to require implants.
Implant screws come in specific thickness and width. The quality of the bone in the jaw is important, and the jawbone must have a height and width that fit the implant on the site of insertion. Without these considerations an implant may not be successful.
A Dental Implant comes as three units:
Implant: a threaded titanium implant inserted into the tooth socket
Abutment: a post is attached after the healing of the site
Crown: attachment of the new permanent tooth.
By using the most advance technology (Tomography 3-D CD scan), we can measure your bone to assess what is required.
able to measure your bone here at our clinic in a very precious way. In addition to hat we are using most unknown high quality A-Grade Dental Implants which come with a lifetime guarantee. plus we are using numbers of Implant Brands manufactured in Switzerland, Germany and the USA. We are offering our patienys Guided İmplants, with less surgery, less discomfort, less pain, and noswelling and stiches.
There is no limit for how many teeth can be replaced in a healthy mouth. You do not need to have every tooth replaced. You can replace a few teeth and bridge them together as well.
There are many options.
we can replace a whole arch or row of teeth and even a full mouth of teeth by utilizing dental implants. If you’re missing all your upper teeth, you would need 8–10 implants. You can replace all your teeth with implants. However it's not recommended to have each tooth individually replaced with an dental implant.
If you are considering dental implants, there are 4 things you need to know:
Dental implants have a high rate of success. The success rate varies depending on the capabilities of the dentist, the health of the patient, and what part of the jawbone the implant will be placed. But in general they have an estimated 98% success rate.
They look and feel real. Dental implants are as close to your natural tooth as you can get. They are customized to match your natural set of teeth to fit perfectly, looking and feeling like the real thing.
Eating is easy. Because dental implants are anchored to your jaw, there is no difficulty or discomfort when you eat. No slipping, sliding or falling as with standard dentures.
Implants serve as a replacement tooth root. When the root of a tooth is missing, your jawbone will gradually start to lose bone mass and density – this happens with standard bridges and dentures. However, with dental implants, the titanium screw acts as a faux tooth root. The jawbone is coerced into thinking that the tooth root is still there, and begins to grow new tissue around it, keeping the jawbone from deteriorating.
Dental Implants are stand alone. They do not need the aid of healthy teeth to affix a dental prosthesis – the bridges, crowns or dentures can be secured to the titanium implant itself without interfering with your other healthy teeth.
- The look, function and feeling of a dental implant is just the same as that of a natural tooth
- More aesthetic
- No possibility of decay
- More hygienic than a bridge, and easier to clean
- Implant overdentures allow for better chewing and speaking function compared to conventional dentures,
- The missing tooth can be fixed without manipulating the adjacent healthy teeth
- Prevents bone loss and gum recession
- For those patients with normal dentures, having implant surgery will provide a complete set of dentures supported by implants and will improve the patient’s quality of life.
Many patients return to their normal everyday life on the same day after the implant is inserted. It will be necessary for the patient to wait for between 2-4 months for the bone to grow around the implant before attaching the final crown/bridge.
If the appropriate anaesthetic has been administered (as with any dental procedures) you will not feel any pain. You may feel slight pain after the implantation (similar to the pain after tooth removal), and this may be relieved with a simple analgesic on the evening after the implant has been inserted.
A dental implant can be used for anyone whose general health condition is good. There is no upper age limit not to insert an implant as long as the patient’s general health condition is good. However, insertion of a dental implant may not be suitable for very young patients who have not completed their bone development yet.
Implant screws come in specific thickness and width. Therefore, the jawbone must have a height and width that fit the implant on the site of insertion.
In addition, the quality of bone is another factor that affects success of a dental implant. If the bone is too hard or too soft, then success of dental implant is adversely affected. Furthermore, the gums and adjacent anatomic structures are important for insertion of dental implants.
Studies of dental implants go back to early 1800s. Currently, there are implants that are almost perfect, and for which clinical follow-up has been implemented over the last 35-40 years.
If a correctly selected dental implant is properly inserted, and if the patient takes the necessary care of their oral hygiene, the implant may remain in the mouth for a long period of time without causing any problems. However, it must be stressed that the quality of the dental implant is important. In our clinic we use the highest quality, ‘A’ Grade dental implants manufactured by important brands in Switzerland, Germany and the USA
The dentist should assess the general health condition of the patient prior to implant treatment. As long as a dental implant is inserted properly, non-integration is very unlikely to occur. The failure rate is around 1%-2%. The failure often occurs within the first 3 months following insertion of an implant.
In such cases, the dental implant is removed by a procedure that is as easy as tooth extraction, and a relatively thicker dental implant can be inserted if the bone loss is only minor. If the bone loss is significant, then some time will be allowed for bone healing, and a new dental implant can be inserted. Failing this, then a conventional denture can be used.
The dentist should assess the general health condition of the patient, and also assess the insertion site prior to starting the procedure. Insertion of dental implants should be avoided in some patients (e.g. those with diabetes mellitus). The success rate for dental implants is lower in individuals that smoke, and/or who do not take the necessary care of their oral hygiene.
If a careful assessment has been made for the dental implant, and if the patient takes necessary care, the dental implants may stay in the mouth for many years without any problems.
Advanced technology now includes dental simulation software and surgical guides, and pre-procedure planning, using 3-D images, this eliminates any risks and uncertainty for the dental surgeon. A very precise surgical guide, moulded to the shape of the patient’s upper or lower jaw, can be prepared on the computer. When placed in the patient’s mouth this will clearly show the dentist the correct angle and position for inserting the implant.