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Dental Implant


*Diş implant ürünü uluslararası patentli olmalıdır.

*Ürünün laboratuvar test sonuçlarıyla ispatlanmış kemik-doku uyumluluğu mükemmel seviyede

olması gerekir.

*Klinik araştırmalarda başarıyla test edilmiş olmalıdır.

*Alerjik, yan etkileri olmamalıdır.

*Kullanımı kolay olmalıdır.

*İmplant üzerinde kullanılabilecek protez yapımı için esnek yapıya sahip olmalıdır.

*Uyum-iyileşme süresine dikkate alan bir tasarımda üretilmelidir.

*Tasarımı düzgün mükemmel bir mühendislik üretimi olmalıdır.

*İmplant kimliği olan İMPLANT PASAPORTU hekimden mutlaka istenmelidir.

İmplant Ücreti Nasıl Hesaplanır?

İmplant terimi kemik içinde kalan ve kök yerine kullanılan parçayı ifade eder,üst yapı (kron-kaplama-protez)ücreti ayrı hesaplanır.Bunun sebebi implant üzerine yapılacak farklı protez uygulamalarının olmasıdır(Zirkonyum veya metal destekli porselen,tam seramik kron,barlı protez,tam protez vb)   örnek:uygulanacak implant sayısı x implant birim fiyatı )+(yapılacak protez veya kaplama ücreti olarak ifade edilebilir

Tıpkı kanal tedavisinde kanal tedavi ücreti ve dolgusunun ayrı hesaplandığı gibi.

 Implants are typically made of biocompatible materials (especially titanium). Biocompatible materials are not considered foreign by the body. That way, the body doesn't reject them. The term dental implant describes a dental device that is placed to replace missing teeth or root parts of teeth. These artificial roots can be used as a base for the natural appearance of the teeth. It allows patients who have lost some or all of their natural teeth to speak and laugh with confidence, and to chew food better and more comfortably.

Various designs of dental implants are available. The most common of the implant types are threaded titanium cylinders placed in the jawbones. Titanium is one of the biocompatible materials that cannot be recognized by the body's immune system. This allows the implant to be placed without rejection. 

How is the implant placed?

Placing an implant in the jawbones involves two simple surgical procedures. These procedures are so simple that they are usually performed in the clinic under local anesthesia. The first operation is to create a straight channel into the jawbone where the implant will be screwed tightly. The implant remains in the jawbone untouched for a period of 4 or 6 months. During this healing phase, the surrounding bone heals tightly forming a firm support for the implant surface.


Are Implants Successful?  


In patients with dental implants, it is expected that the implants will remain in function for many years. Individual success rates in an implant are directly related to a number of patient factors such as the amount and quality of bone present when the implant is placed, the type of restoration, the type of implant, the patient's systemic condition, the experience of the implanting physician, and most importantly, the patient's oral hygiene or maintenance program.


As a result, dental implants are a reliable alternative method for patients with tooth loss and have proven to be an important element in improving the quality of life of patients by restoring their physical condition.


This healing process is referred to as 'osteointegration'. It literally means fusion with the bone. During this phase, the implant remains in the jawbone, covered or left open, depending on the type of implant. In the meantime, you can wear your existing prosthesis or temporary crown-bridge. Once the implant is firmly fused to the bone, it can be simply opened for a second surgical procedure. At this stage, the surgeon or prosthodontist will select and place the superstructures to which the teeth will be bonded, as well as prepare the appropriate crown-bridge or restoration type. 

There are also special cases in the preparation of implants. For example, in some cases, the implant can be placed in the extraction site of a tooth immediately=temporarily. However, this area should be free of infection and sufficient bone should be present to allow initial stabilization of the implant. The advantage of this is that the entire treatment time is minimized. However, in most cases, it is necessary to wait for the extraction cavity to heal within 2-3 months before placing the implant.

Your doctor will discuss this adjustment with you if you are an implant candidate. In addition, sedation can be applied to patients who are very anxious and the procedure is expected to take a long time. 

Is a Dental Implant suitable for me?


Anyone who has unfortunately lost one or more of their teeth or even part of their jawbone is a candidate for dental implants. Individuals with some or all of their teeth are also candidates for this. If you are in this category, you are not alone, it is estimated that approximately 40 million Turkish citizens have one or more tooth loss due to various reasons.


The main criterion for the placement of dental implants is the detection of the absence of one or more teeth. There are two factors that will affect the outcome of the treatment.


First, the patient must be in good health. It is hoped that there is no systemic disease that adversely affects wound healing or that its condition is under control. For example, diabetic patients may be considered candidates for dental implants. However, the disease must be under the control of a doctor. In cases where the condition of the patients is unstable, or in individuals with systemic diseases such as osteoporosis, dental implant application is not preferred. A doctor's treatment and collaboration are needed to improve the patient's condition. You can consult the history of your disease by making an appointment with your doctor.


Second, patients must have sufficient high-quality bone for the implant to be placed. When a tooth is lost, the bone around it begins to remodel and slowly disappear. This physiological process is called “resorption”. If the degree of resorption is negligible, it is usually possible to place the implant without any additional action. However, if resorption is extensive, bone augmentation (raising and/or widening of the bone) or modified techniques may be needed for implant support.  


Initially, patients with insufficient bone were not candidates for dental implant placement. Today, we can transform the majority of candidates who do not have sufficient bone support in either their lower or upper jaws into patients suitable for implants, by applying some form of simple grafting procedures. Often, grafting is performed in a single surgical procedure, simultaneously with implant placement. This minimizes the patient's operative stress and treatment time.  



How Long Do Implants Live?


Today, there are implants with more than thirty years of clinical follow-up. As technology advances, new implant materials are introduced every day. Your doctor will inform you about the selection of the implant suitable for your jaw structure.  


Limits of Implant Application  


The implant can be applied to any patient with a good general health condition. Implant application is not preferred in young individuals with incomplete bone development. In order for dental implants to be long-lasting, there must be a solid jawbone of a certain thickness and size around it. There is no upper age limit for implant application.



In order for dental implants to remain healthy against the pressures caused by chewing, they must be in full harmony with the jawbone. The complete surrounding of the placed implant with bone is called osseointegration. For osseointegration, it is necessary to wait for a period of at least 3, at most 6 months after the operation, depending on the type of operation, region, age and health status of the patient. When this period is completed, a suitable prosthesis is made on the implant.


Implant Top Prostheses


Prosthetic teeth to be made on the implant can be applied both mobile and fixed in line with your needs and wishes, if there are conditions to fulfill medical obligations. It is not necessary to place a dental implant for every lost tooth. Most of the time, a dental implant can be used as a bridge foot and can serve as two or three missing teeth. Prosthesis and implant planning suitable for you will be explained by your doctor after the examinations and X-ray examination.

Placing the Implant


The dental implant placement operation is performed using an appropriate anesthesia, the patient does not feel any pain. The pain felt on the day the implant is placed can also be prevented with simple painkillers to be taken, and it has been observed that this pain is not different from the pain felt after tooth extraction.




A more aesthetic appearance is obtained.

The necessity of using removable prosthesis is eliminated. 

Even in edentulous mouths, there is a chance to use fixed dentures. 

Due to the lack of sufficient bone support, the necessary retention can be achieved in removable removable prostheses. 

Problems such as decreased sense of taste and nausea caused by the design of the upper total prostheses that close the palate are eliminated. 

A better chewing function and, accordingly, a healthier and balanced diet are provided. 

The person regains his self-confidence.  




Because the implant materials are produced with high technology and the materials used are imported, the cost is higher than conventional prostheses. 

The osseointegration of the implant is expected before the prosthesis can be applied. 

After the implant is placed, attention should be paid to oral care and cleaning. 

The patient should not have a serious illness affecting the general health status. (such as the presence of uncontrollable diabetes)  


Risks That May Occur in Treatment


In implant operations, there is no risk other than the risks that may be encountered in surgical procedures performed inside the mouth. These are infections and allergic reactions in the early stages, and problems that will arise in the later stages due to the failure to perform oral hygiene. The problems that occur in the early period are reduced to the lowest level by fulfilling the rules to be followed after the operation, and the problems that occur in the late period are reduced to the lowest level by paying attention to oral care. 

If the body rejects the implant (3.89% according to research), the dental implant is removed by a procedure similar to tooth extraction. Following the healing of the jawbone, either the implant is applied again or the area is restored with classical type prostheses.


Care of Implants


After the application of dental implants, cleaning by the patient should be considered as a part of the treatment. Considering that there are foreign bodies in relation to the body, it is obvious that the care, cleaning and control of dental implants are more important than natural teeth. Your doctor will tell you about the cleaning and care you will apply according to the prosthesis on the implant you use. 

intraoral view of the implant
implant supported removable prosthesis
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