ORAL IMPLANTOLOGY

 ORAL IMPLANTOLOGY

Implants are artificial tooth roots placed on the jaw bone in order to restore their function and aesthetics for teeth that have been lost for various reasons. Teeth, which are an integral part of the facial aesthetics and provide integrity, can cause discomfort in terms of psychological and social environment as a result of losses. In addition to these factors, nutrition, digestive problems and speech disorders are observed to cause. Tooth deficiencies can be accomplished by conventional methods such as bridge prostheses attached to natural teeth or removable prostheses, as well as by implant-supported prostheses.
Single or more tooth deficiencies
In Dentistanbul, if the missing dental treatment is to be applied for a single tooth, it is recommended that the treatment with an implant will be more protective rather than restored with a bridge.
In order to make bridge prosthesis, healthy teeth will need to be covered as a result of the reduction. Replacing these bridges at regular intervals is not an economical solution. Instead, the missing tooth can be replaced with a single implant and this is a solution that won't affect the healthy teeth next to it..

Complete Toothlessness
 
Implant-supported prostheses, if there are no teeth in the mouth, nausea reflex and insufficient retention of the prosthesis, the removable prosthesis wouldn't provide the comfort that the person needs.

What are the implant stages?


Examination & Planning
The implant is made with a multidisciplinary approach. This is a team work; The surgical specialist who will place the implant into the jaw bone and the prosthetic specialist who will make the implant over the implant work together.
The implant can be applied to anyone except some people with certain systemic diseases, such as diabetes, which cannot be severely controlled. Because the implants are made of titanium and are positioned in place of the natural tooth root, they are tissue-compatible and do not cause any allergic or toxic discomfort.
During the examination, a detailed oral examination examines the relationship between the gums, the lower jaw and the upper jaw and the relationship between the teeth. In order to complete the treatment process with the least error, three-dimensional tomography is requested in complicated cases except classical radiographs, and a one-to-one measurement model of the jaw is determined and the areas where the implants will be placed are planned.
Implant Placement
Proper planning is the starting point for the healthiest treatment. It is also important to have an expert, experienced team, the necessary equipment and the necessary hygienic environment to be involved in the operation. Implants are applied as a result of local anesthesia like other dental treatments. However, in some cases where jaw bone is not sufficient and tissue addition is necessary, long operations or over stressed patients can be operated comfortably under general anesthesia or sedation.

Prosthesis Making
 
At the end of the operation, the implant called osseointegration should be attached to the bone surface. This process may vary according to bone structure. After the process is completed, the superstructure is created. After the operation, temporary prostheses are made to maintain aesthetics and function until the real prostheses are made.