Experiencing missing teeth? The loss of even a single tooth can be devastating to surrounding tooth structures. Missing teeth can also extend beyond a person’s oral health and have negative side effects on their social life as well. The best permanent solution for missing teeth in Turkey, is by far Dental implants.
Dental implants are cylinder-shaped, titanium screws. Dental implants are used to complete our missing teeth, in order to achieve the aesthetic look as well as re-creating your chewing function.
To create a smile makeover; well-aligned teeth, a symmetric, complete set of teeth are the main parameters. The Dental implant is the most effective way to replace your missing teeth. Compared to dentures, dental bridges/dental crowns dental implants offer longer-term solutions and comfort.
The Dental Implant process might seem challenging. In fact not. Dental implants require more than one visit to the Dental center. The first step placing the implant screw on your jaw bone with short Dental implant surgery. After a few months of healing, we can place the crown on the top of your Dental implant.
In some cases, patients will need a bone graft, sinus lifting too. Staying without teeth for a while triggers bone loss as well as lowers the sinuses. In this condition, you might need additional treatment which completes in the same surgery with dental implants.
A dental implant is a procedure that replaces tooth roots with metal, screw-like posts, and damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth that look and function much like real teeth. A dental implant can offer a welcome alternative to poorly fitting dentures or bridges, but also an option when the lack of natural tooth roots does not allow for denture or bridge tooth replacements.
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How dental implants are made depends on the type of implant and the condition of your jawbone. A Dental implant may involve several different procedures. The biggest benefit of dental implants is to be solid support for your new teeth, a process that requires the bone to heal tightly around the implant. As a result of the implant, bone healing requires time, and the process can take months.