Dental Implants

What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are screw- or root-shaped structures made of titanium that are biologically compatible. They are placed into or onto the jawbone to provide support for the prostheses that will replace missing teeth.

What are the Advantages of Titanium Implants?
Titanium implants are preferred due to its lack of interaction with body tissues and its resistance to force.

To Whom are Implants Applied?
It is possible apply dental implants to anyone who is healthy and has sufficient bone support. It can be applied in cases of partial or total edentation. First, clinical and radiological assessments are made, and the implants to be placed are planned.

Is Implant Surgery Difficult?
Implant placement is not difficult at all, and can be placed into the jaw in less time than a tooth extraction.

When are Implant Superstructures Placed?
The placement of superstructures is completed after 2–6 months of implant treatment. Today, implant procedures are available in which they can be placed immediately.

Indication and planning are the most important factors for a successful implant treatment.