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2 - 3 days

0 nights in the hospital

Treatment duration 

30 minutes to 1 hour


Local anesthesia


about 3 months

afterwards crowning


A dental implant is an artificial tooth root made from titanium. It will be placed in your jaw to hold a replacement tooth. Dental implants can be an option for people who have lost one or more teeth due to periodontal disease, injury, or other reasons. Dental implants are functionally and aesthetically the best alternative to one or more natural teeth. They offer better chewing and phoning than traditional prosthetic treatments and make your face look natural.


Since the early 1980s, the replacement of lost teeth with implants has become an extremely successful treatment method in Turkey. Because no matter how well we care for our teeth, it is always possible that we lose one or more teeth for a variety of reasons.

The most advanced method to restore the chewing function and the gapless smile are dental implants. And these offer you a number of advantages


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What Are The Benefits Of Dental Implants?


Natural Teeth: A dental implant is strong and stable and will restore a lost tooth so it looks, feels, fits and works like a natural tooth. Dental implants allow you to keep your teeth where they belong - in your mouth. Brush, floss, and care for teeth that have been replaced with dental implants, just like natural teeth - in your mouth.


Built to last: Traditional tooth-supported dental bridges only last five to ten years. Dental implants may need to be fitted regularly, but if properly placed and cared for, they can take some time over time.


Keep your natural face shape: a face without teeth can sag and appear sunken and sad. Dental implants allow you to keep the natural shape of your face and smile.

Protect healthy bones: Leaving empty spaces in your mouth after losing one or more teeth can lead to additional health problems such as: B. Loss and deterioration of part of your jawbone. If it is not used to support a natural tooth, the jawbone will deteriorate and lose its strength and strength. Dental implants are the only dental restoration option that preserves and stimulates natural bone. This actually helps to stimulate bone growth and prevent bone loss.


Just speak: Adapting to removable dentures can mean you have difficulty pronouncing everyday words. Not so with dental implants, which work like natural teeth.

Protect your healthy teeth: Dental implants are placed in the jawbone where your missing tooth root was without affecting healthy teeth. They also help prevent healthy, neighboring teeth from shifting, as if leaving an empty space for an extended period of time.



Before the procedure - advice and travel


To prepare for the process, it is important to have a thorough assessment, including a full assessment and a treatment plan. A comprehensive exam includes dental x-rays and models of teeth and mouth. The treatment plan takes into account factors such as the number of teeth you need and the condition of your jawbone. It is also important that you tell your dentist about any medical conditions and medications you are taking.



What happens during the dental implantation?


The dental implant procedure is a multi-step process. Your mouth will be numbered thoroughly under local anesthesia. An incision will be made in your gums through which the implant will expose the underlying bone. The dentist will then use a special drill to create a space in the jawbone. The implant is then screwed into place. After the implant has been inserted, a second component, a cap, which is placed on the dental implant and acts as a placeholder, is screwed into the implant and remains in place during the healing process. The gums are closed over the implant. At the end of these procedures, you will go through a healing phase that can take 2 to 4 months.


Once the healing phase is over and the implant has fused to the bone, the dentist places the abutment, which is an extension of the implant metal post, followed by your new artificial tooth.



How long does it take to place dental implants?


This depends on the number and position of the implants. However, the simple and straightforward placement of dental implants usually takes less than an hour.




What happens after treatment with dental implants?


You may need pain relievers or antibiotics after dental implant surgery. If any swelling, discomfort, or other problems worsen in the days after surgery, contact your oral surgeon. After each stage of surgery, you may need to eat soft foods while the surgical site heals. The adaptation / melting phase can last between 3 and 6 months. When this time is up, you will return to complete your treatment.



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All transfers included for patient and accompanying person

Required medication (if necessary), also for follow-up treatment

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All documents including doctor's letters (treatment also on DVD)

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