Implantoloji

    Implants are artificial tooth roots that are placed in the jawbone and made to support the prosthesis.
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Implants are artificial tooth roots made of titanium, placed in place of the lost teeth. They are placed under local anesthesia for about half an hour. They are intended to function for a lifetime without any problems. Since the surfaces of the implants are specially processed, they form a special bond to the bone, which keeps them mechanically and cellular. It is the most ideal method to wait between 3-6 months for the connection to occur. In recent years there are unexpected surveys on prosthetics.
 
In this method called immediate loading, many criteria such as touch state, implant region, torque applied during placement, laboratory must be fully compatible. Minimal incompatibilities in these relationships are in the interests of the patient to fully comply with waiting times to result in loss of implant. Implants applied to gravity cavities and healed cranes were compared with the reactions under the early loading, resulting in a 20% loss risk in immediate loading.
 
Who can implant?
* Puberty (adults) who finished the term
* Those who do not have general health conditions
* In diabetics, those with diabetes under control and regularity
* If there is enough bone tissue in the area to be implanted (IMPLEMENTATION MAY NOT BE INSTALLED AFTER SINE BONE UPGRADE BETWEEN INSIDE BONE DIFFERENT AUGGENATIONS IN SUB-BREAKING!)
* There is no upper age limit for making implants.
 
In which cases is the implant done?
1) Single tooth missing
2) A few missing teeth
3) When there are no teeth
4) In cases of bone failure
 
Does the Implant Occur When Arranging Or Later?
Under normal surgical procedure, the implant is placed under local anesthesia and the procedure is not painful. However, you may feel uncomfortable when anesthesia is affected after 3-4 hours. The disturbance of discomfort varies from patient to patient, but in most patients there is no major complaint. In some patients, severe pain is seen for several days following the operation. Swelling, or color change in the area can also be seen.