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Implant Treatment

Dental implant,

It is an effective method in the treatment of tooth losses and deficiencies. It can be considered as an alternative to natural teeth. Problems with chewing, speaking and smiling due to missing or damaged teeth can be solved with implant treatment. Instead of missing teeth, prosthetic prostheses placed on the jawbone and mimicking the root of the teeth are called implants using titanium materials that are compatible with human structure.

Implant treatment is the general name given to the process of regaining missing teeth. Implant treatment, which has been practiced in dentistry for almost 65 years, is now much easier and more effective with the developing technology.

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Stages in implant treatment

Implant treatment consists of two stages.

Surgical stageRemove the gum above the bone, prepare a nest inside the bone, pla

  • Surgical stage

Remove the gum above the bone, prepare a nest inside the bone, place the implant, and sew the gum again. Local anesthesia is sufficient.

  • Superstructure

It is the step of placing the teeth on the root implant. How these teeth will be planned is planned before the implant is placed in the mouth. In our clinic, we perform your operations in a single session without having to come to the examination again and again with Cerec CAD / CAM external technology.

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Treatment of implants

5 days at first and 7 days at the second time is enough

Generally, it is enough to wait 2 months for implant procedures in the lower jaw

Generally, it is enough to wait 2 months for implant procedures in the lower jaw and 4 months for procedures in the upper jaw. Depending on the procedure, jaw structure, bone condition, mouth and caring of the person, these periods may extend up to 1-2 months. If the bone is adequate, dental prosthesis treatment can be started immediately.

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When is the implant implanted?

In implant application, bone tissue is expected to heal for permanent prosthesis.

Many factors such as age, vitality of bone tissue, size of the procedure, and tr

Many factors such as age, vitality of bone tissue, size of the procedure, and trauma size affect the recovery time.

Boils the implant in the healing process of the bone. This period lasts approximately 8-12 weeks. The bone is maturing and the tooth can be implanted after the healing time is complete. In some people, if the necessary conditions are met, the implants can be attached to the teeth immediately or several days later. This is a rare procedure. Usually a temporary prosthesis is inserted after implant application. After completion of the fusion, permanent prosthesis is applied.

Permanent prosthesis cannot be implanted immediately after implantation. Permanent prosthesis will be attached in parallel with the healing time; it can last 2 to 3 months for the lower jaw and 3 to 4 months for the upper jaw. At the end of these periods, a prosthetic tooth is attached to the implant.

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How long is the life of implants

The implant can be used in a healthy way for many years and is directly proportional to the correct planning at the beginning of the application.

The implant can be used in a healthy way for many years and is directly proporti

The implant can be used in a healthy way for many years and is directly proportional to the correct planning at the beginning of the application. Basically, at the end of the procedures in which the patient has an artificial tooth tissue, the application can be used for a lifetime. The life of implants naturally shortens in people with gum disease or inadequate care for oral care.

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Why wait for implantation of permanent dental prosthesis in implant treatment

Important for the success of implant treatment

It is important to expect the implant and jawbone to fuse because if the implant

It is important to expect the implant and jawbone to fuse because if the implant and jawbone do not fuse, the load begins to strain on the implant and the implant may fail. The waiting time is long because the chewing function starts after the denture is inserted.

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Is the implant treatment painful?

Not in case of appropriate anesthesia methods.

General or local anesthesia can be used during the operation according to patien

General or local anesthesia can be used during the operation according to patient preference. Generally, pain can be relieved with simple painkillers on the evening of implant placement. Many patients report that this pain is no different from the pain felt after normal tooth extraction. You will be comfortable enough to feel the presence of implants.

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Is Implant Tooth Drops

When the implants are initially placed, the bone may feel a little loose since it does not form around the root to stabilize them. However, if they remain loose after the recovery period, they may be at risk of falling.

When the implants are initially placed, the bone may feel a little loose since i

When the implants are initially placed, the bone may feel a little loose since it does not form around the root to stabilize them. However, if they remain loose after the recovery period, they may be at risk of falling.

  • Infection
  • Gum disease
  • Hurrying
  • Use of poor quality products
  • Inadequate oral care.
  • Insufficient bone density,
  • Although it is unlikely to fall due to improper placement, a fall may occur.

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How is the implant done?

Implants are attached to the jaw bone

A detailed examination and an x-ray of the oral area are necessary before the im

A detailed examination and an x-ray of the oral area are necessary before the implant procedures begin. In the treatment of implant, the patient is first given a mild anesthesia. Afterwards, a small incision is made in the area where the implant will be applied and the implants are placed in the jaw bone. These procedures take about 10 to 30 minutes for a single tooth. After implantation, it is covered with gum. Depending on the bone density and the implanted jaw area, healing is expected between 1 and 6 months. This waiting period is the time required for the implant to be biologically fused with the jaw bone, called “osteointegration implant. If necessary, you will be temporarily excluded during this 2-4 month waiting period.

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Implant treatment examination

Examination is very important for successful implant treatment

Before the implant treatment, some tests and evaluations should be made in terms

Before the implant treatment, some tests and evaluations should be made in terms of the success and efficiency of the treatment,

  • Robust bone structure
  • Chemotherapy and radiotherapy
  • Uncontrolled diabetes
  • Heart diseases
  • Smoking
  • Presence of bone diseases affecting bone structure
  • Infectionary disease at the beginning of treatment

should be evaluated. In case of need, physician approval may be requested from the patient whose treatment continues.

If deemed necessary, some assays may be performed. During the examination, various X-ray examinations and mouth models are examined. In particular, the patient's mouth structure, the amount and quality of soft and hard tissues within the mouth are evaluated. The width and height of the bone structure should also be determined.

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Recovery period after implant

If the implant treatment is performed by specialist physicians and the patient complies with the doctor's instructions, the recovery period can be completed easily.

If the implant treatment is performed by specialist physicians and the patient c

If the implant treatment is performed by specialist physicians and the patient complies with the doctor's instructions, the recovery period can be completed easily. At this stage, the patient should actively participate in the healing process and avoid any negative behaviors that may interfere with the healing process. Attention to oral and dental hygiene after the healing period is completed will help to use dental implants in a healthy and lifelong way. Furthermore, if symptoms such as severe pain, swelling or fever gradually increase after implant application, the specialist should be informed.

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Oral Care and Hygiene After Implant

Successful oral surgery depends on keeping the mouth as clean as possible.

Successful oral surgery depends on keeping the mouth as clean as possible.You sh

  • Successful oral surgery depends on keeping the mouth as clean as possible.
  • You should also start cleaning your other teeth normally with a toothbrush, starting from the evening of your surgery. Avoid scrubbing the operation area for the first few days, and start cleaning it carefully with a toothbrush at the appropriate time.
  • Mouthwashes (with a teaspoon of salt and a cup of hot water) are very useful for healing in the first week. Make sure the mouthwash water is not excessively hot, and then hold the hot mouthwash until it cools down at the surgical site. Repeat as often as possible.
  • It is recommended that you do not smoke until the wound heals, as this limits healing in the mouth.

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Why Advantageous to Have Implant with Clinic Ways

If you are looking for reliable and high-quality alternatives to dental bridges or dentures to replace your missing teeth,

If you are looking for reliable and high-quality alternatives to dental bridges

If you are looking for reliable and high-quality alternatives to dental bridges or dentures to replace your missing teeth, dental implants can be the perfect solution for you. Implant costs are high in countries such as Western Europe and the USA. Clinic ways certified by our trusted and experienced dentists, you can guarantee your implant treatment at affordable prices using the best brands. Moreover, you can make your holiday during the treatment period.

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Does the implant smell bad breath?

None of the materials used in the treatment process cause bad breath. In case of odor formation after implant treatment that is compatible with the human body and does not cause oxidation, its causes should be investigated. At this stage, minds first;

None of the materials used in the treatment process cause bad breath. In case of

None of the materials used in the treatment process cause bad breath. In case of odor formation after implant treatment that is compatible with the human body and does not cause oxidation, its causes should be investigated. At this stage, minds first;

- Gum harmony around the implant is not made in a healthy way,
-The materials used during prosthesis application may not have been adequately and correctly cleaned or
-There should be factors that facilitate the attachment of bacteria in the region.

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Types of implants

Endosteal implants,Subperiosteal implants

Endosteal implants: These are surgically inserted into the jaw bone. Then a seco

Endosteal implants: These are surgically inserted into the jaw bone. Then a second procedure is performed by healing the gum tissue and shaping the gingiva. In the last stage, artificial teeth, bridges or prostheses are attached to the implant in groups. It is the most commonly used form of implant in practice.

Subperiosteal implants: These species consist of a metal frame placed on the jawbone below the gum tissue. After the gum has healed, the metal frame becomes fixed to the jawbone. Materials in the metal frame come out of the gums. Implants are mounted here. The most commonly used endosteal screw types.

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Which implant brands we use

Straumann, Alfa-Bio Tec


StraumannIt is probably the most popular dental implant brand in the world. The

Straumann

It is probably the most popular dental implant brand in the world. The brand manufactures its implants and support components in the United States and Switzerland. The company also offers dental tissue regeneration devices made in Sweden. With this brand you can be sure of the best quality. The brand has been active since 1954 and is well known among dentists. Straumann also invests heavily in leading dental research institutes and universities. Straumann dental implants are made using the latest technology developed with considerable investments. Titanium implants and abutments are available under the trade name Straumann. This brand is highly recommended for the reliability and safety of its products.

Alfa-Bio Tec

Alpha-Bio Tec implant brand; has been developing and manufacturing dental implants and by-products for thirty years. At the brand's factory, which operates 24/7, products are manufactured to the highest possible standards and quality. In addition, the manufacturing facility has a dedicated Quality Assurance department and is FDA-USA certified to ensure a lifetime warranty on “dental implants“.

The Alpha-Bio Tec implant brand has a 99.6% * overall implant clinical success rate, simplifying dental implantology procedures and providing proven clinical success and cost-effective solutions.

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Implant brand and quality

Even if brands use the implant material in bone with very close quality,

Even if brands use the implant material in bone with very close quality, the rou

Even if brands use the implant material in bone with very close quality, the roughening processes applied on the surface are different. The choice of implant brands among those who want to have an implant should be shaped according to the quality and life of the material to be used in the treatment. In the highly demanded implant treatment, there are several implant brands that have been diversified every day.

Implants, which are called under the stairs, make their adaptation difficult with the prosthesis part in the mouth and gum problems occur due to the bacteria in the implant. At the same time, implants of non-quality and non-patent brands, fractures in the jawbone over time, and the implant needs to be removed. This method, which is also very difficult to remove, causes serious problems for the patients. The question of whether implant brands matter is of course very important. For this reason, it should be considered that the material is a quality product made of titanium material. At the same time, this application, which is made by an experienced dentist, will help the patient to use this tooth for life.

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Is there a risk that the implants will be rejected by the body?

Implants are made of substances that do not have any side effects for the organism,

Implants are made of substances that do not have any side effects for the organi

Implants are made of substances that do not have any side effects for the organism, and have been extensively researched for years. These substances are usually metals such as titanium, and other similar substances that are never part of a living organism. It is not possible for the body to produce antigens against them and reject them as in heart and kidney transplant

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Are there side effects of implant treatment?

Implant treatment is a widely used dental treatment today. Dental implants are made of titanium.

Implant treatment is a widely used dental treatment today. Dental implants are m

Implant treatment is a widely used dental treatment today. Dental implants are made of titanium. Therefore, it does not cause any allergic reactions or health problems. However, various side effects may occur if implants are improperly implanted or improperly applied by the physician. In this case, failure may occur. However, failure of the patient to provide adequate hygiene and cleaning after implant treatment may also result. However, these are not side effects.

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What are the advantages of Dental Implant

In this treatment, the missing teeth are compensated (implant), while intact adjacent teeth do not need to be cut.

In this treatment, the missing teeth are compensated (implant), while intact adj

  • In this treatment, the missing teeth are compensated (implant), while intact adjacent teeth do not need to be cut.
  • It looks and feels exactly like a real tooth.
  • Provides complete chewing comfort
  • All / all prostheses, also known as false teeth, and all other removable dentures, are fixed in place with implant treatment, thus improving the quality of life of the patients.

The implant also provides support for crown and bridge prostheses.

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What should be considered after implant treatment

Swelling and / or bruising may occur following your treatment - this usually peaks after 2-3 days. This is quite normal and after a few days they both pass naturally. Your doctor may recommend ice treatment. Applying ice for the first 48 hours reduces the formation of swelling. Keep the ice on your cheek for 10 minutes in the treated area while resting for 5-10 minutes.

Swelling and / or bruising may occur following your treatment - this usually pea

  • Swelling and / or bruising may occur following your treatment - this usually peaks after 2-3 days. This is quite normal and after a few days they both pass naturally. Your doctor may recommend ice treatment. Applying ice for the first 48 hours reduces the formation of swelling. Keep the ice on your cheek for 10 minutes in the treated area while resting for 5-10 minutes.
  • Be careful not to disturb the numb mouth with your tongue or fingers
  • Do not exercise strenuous exercise for the first forty-eight hours
  • Pain that may occur for several days after surgery can be easily controlled with simple analgesics. During the first two days after surgery, you should take them regularly at the maximum dose.
  • If you have been given a series of antibiotics that you need to take after surgery, take the drugs in the order and dosage indicated.
  • Do not eat anything until the drowsiness has passed. You can drink water.
  • Smoking and alcohol should not be consumed for 1 day after surgery.
  • During the first few days following the operation, care should be taken to avoid excessive hot, spicy-carbonated foods and beverages.

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When is implant treatment is done?

Bone tissue healing and implant integration should be expected

Implantation is expected to improve bone tissue for implantation of a permanent

Implantation is expected to improve bone tissue for implantation of a permanent prosthesis. Many factors such as age, vitality of bone tissue, size of the procedure, trauma size affect recovery time.

Boiling to the implant in the healing process of bone. This period lasts approximately 8-12 weeks. The bone matures and can be implanted after the healing time is complete. In some people, if the necessary conditions are met, the implants can be worn immediately or a few days later. This is a rare process. Usually a temporary prosthesis is placed after implant application. After the union is completed, permanent denture is applied.

Permanent prosthesis cannot be implanted immediately after implantation. Permanent prostheses will be inserted in parallel with the healing time; it can last 2 to 3 months for the lower jaw and 3 to 4 months for the upper jaw. At the end of these periods, a prosthetic tooth is placed on the implant.

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