Dental Implant

Dental Implants are artificial tooth roots usually prepared from titanium or titanium compounds in order to replace missing teeth in the mouth.

Our aim should always be to keep your natural teeth in the mouth. However, even when a single tooth is extracted, the natural balance is disrupted and the loss of teeth is accelerated. In such cases, implants are a very special solution that will provide the closest balance of force to your own teeth, allowing you to laugh beautifully and to eat with pleasure.

Titanium is preferred as an implant material because it does not interact with body tissues and is resistant to forces. Implants can be placed in cavities created by previously lost teeth or in the tooth socket immediately after extraction if there is no serious infection.

“People should target teeth that look good and can chew easily, not the implant.”

Implants are placed in the jawbone with a simple operation when the bone is sufficient and suitable to make Fixed Prosthesis or Removable Prosthesis. If the bone amount and density is not at the desired level, it may be necessary to perform bone formation procedures before implant application.