Implant Dental Treatment

Implants are defined as screwed artificial tooth roots that are applied to replace missing teeth. The implant has emerged in order to correct the missing teeth in the jawbone and to prevent the disorders in the jaw structure, tooth slippage problems that may occur in the future. <strong>Implant treatment</strong> methods and interventions, which develop every day with the development of technology, include the treatment of all missing tooth cases.

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Implant treatment applications have been one of the treatment options for patients with tooth loss in dentistry and <strong>aesthetic dentistry applications</strong>. It is a treatment method applied when the root of the tooth cannot regenerate and is damaged. Implants offer lifetime use, but they have negative effects on osteoporosis and diabetes patients.

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<strong>Dental implant</strong> applications depend on the patient and dentist treatment planning and the harmony of the patient, together with the comfort and aesthetics it offers to the patients. Dental implant applications depend on the patient and dentist treatment planning and the harmony of the patient, together with the comfort and aesthetics it offers to the patients. The treatment is applied in two stages and the priority starts with the application of local anesthesia to the area to be treated. The gingiva is opened with the help of a scalpel, a cavity is created in the jawbone for the implant. Titanium screw is slowly inserted into the created cavity. In the second stage of the implant treatment, the artificial root placed in the bone is closed with the help of sutures and is awaited for healing. It is expected about two to three months for the dental implant to integrate into the jawbone. This period varies according to the quality of the implant. After the recovery period has passed, the <strong>prosthetic veneer </strong>treatment is applied and the treatment is completed.

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The most positive aspect of implant treatment is that it never harms natural and adjacent teeth. Since the implant application will look like your teeth adjacent to the place where the treatment will be applied to your jawbone, it offers comfortable use and chewing and laughing functions are known to be applied easily. After the implant treatments are applied to the jawbone, there are no side effects. It offers the patient a lifetime of ease of use