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Oral Implantology

Dental implants are surgically placed on the roots of missing teeth, that is, on the jawbone. Since the specially surfaced titanium in the implants fuses with the jawbone, it provides the ideal root support for bridges or prostheses when applied correctly, does not cause problems in the long term and does not cause bone damage. At the same time, these implants do not rot. 

Dental implants are generally suitable for you if:

• If you have at least 1 or more missing teeth,

• If you have a jawbone that has completed its growth,

• If your bones are sufficient to fix the implants or if bone grafting can be done,

• If you have a healthy mouth tissue,

• If you do not have diseases that may cause negative effects in terms of bone healing,

• If you cannot or do not want to wear dentures,

• If you want to improve your speaking.

A comprehensive examination is performed by an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Specialist, Prosthetic Dentistry Specialist, Periodontology Specialist, and sometimes an ENT Specialist when necessary.

When the suitability and treatment plan is decided; An implantation process in a healthy bone is approximately 15 minutes. It is applied under local anesthesia and no pain is felt throughout the procedure. In most cases, the integration of the implant into the bone takes 3-4 months, and after this process, the appropriate dental prosthesis is made on the implant in about 5 days/3 sessions.

Ceramic Dental Implants

Ceramic dental implants offer a superior option compared to traditional titanium implants by combining aesthetics and functionality.

They represent the most advanced dental implant technology available. With their biocompatibility and natural appearance, ceramic implants provide an ideal solution for patients with aesthetic concerns.

Moreover, they minimize the risk of allergic reactions and ensure long-term durability. If you are seeking a solution that prioritizes your health, aesthetics, and reliability, ceramic dental implants may be the perfect choice for you. As a pioneering option in modern dental treatments, ceramic implants can help you regain your smile.

  • Ceramic implants provide titanium-like durability without the risk of corrosion.

  • The lower bacterial adhesion reduces inflammation in the surrounding tissue.

  • The structure of the ceramic implant is embraced by the gum tissue, a superiority distinguishing it from titanium.

  • Their entirely white color is aesthetically superior to titanium, and there is no observed color change in the surrounding tissue.

  • With the ability to withstand twice the stress compared to titanium, ceramic implants offer a robust alternative.

For those seeking a combination of aesthetics and durability in modern dental treatments, ceramic implants are an excellent choice.

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