What is Implant Treatment?

Implants are artificial tooth roots that are placed in the jawbone and made to support dentures. Fixed or removable prostheses made on these long-lasting and life-long artificial roots, which are made to replace missing teeth, fulfill the patient’s chewing function and aesthetics.

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In Which Situations Is Implant Treatment Applied?

  • In cases where the patient cannot use the full prosthesis as a result of excessive bone resorption in the upper and lower jaws with no teeth, the prosthesis is placed on the implants to increase the retention.
  • If the posterior region is edentulous in the loss of molars, a fixed bridge can be made on several implants instead of a removable partial denture.
  • In long edentulous cavities, the fact that the bodies of the bridges are long creates a problem. The support and durability of long bridges can be increased with one or more implants to be applied to the edentulous area.
  • In case of loss of a single tooth, a single implant can be placed on the missing tooth without the need to reduce the teeth on both sides of the missing tooth and a single crown can be made on it.

What Should Be Considered Before Getting a Dental Implant?

An implant is an artificial tooth root placed in the jawbone to restore the function and aesthetics of missing teeth. Implant screws are structures that have a specific thickness and width. For this reason, the jawbone in the area where the implant is to be placed must have the height and width to accept this implant screw.

The quality of the bone is also one of the factors affecting the success of the implant. In addition, before the treatment and as long as the implant remains in the mouth, the gums must be completely healthy.

Bone structure is one of the most important factors affecting the success of the implant application. The person must have a suitable bone tissue for the implant. The determination of the bone tissue should be ensured and then implant planning should be done. Before implant application, clinical and radiological examination must be performed.