Implants That Last a Lifetime: Your Smile, Perfected!
A dental implant is a prosthetic tooth root placed in the jawbone to replace missing teeth. It is a surgical procedure. These implants are in the form of small screws made of titanium. After the implants are placed in the jawbone, they need to fuse to the jawbone, so it is necessary to wait for a while. This process is carried out by dentists.
After the implant is placed, an artificial tooth or knee prosthesis is placed on top. In this way, the patient's missing teeth are replaced. Since it has a natural appearance, the patient does not have any problems in social life.
A classic implant approach typically begins with a three-part endosteal implant. The implant itself resembles a screw and serves as the root of the artificial tooth. During surgery, this component is lodged in the jaw. Typically, one implant is placed for each fake tooth, but this might vary depending on the number of missing teeth a patient has.
Using this technique, surgeons set up a temporary tooth on the implant immediately after inserting it. Traditional dental implants must recover before a crown may be set. The instant load technique utilizes a temporary tooth immediately following surgery. In certain ways, this permits patients to have dental implants in a single day. If the patient has enough natural bone and the implant is extremely secure, this procedure may be an option.
The size of mini implants is comparable to that of a toothpick. A micro implant is used to stabilize lower dentures and requires less invasive placement. Mini dental implants may help to hold dentures in place to a larger extent if a patient is missing most of their teeth and uses dentures. Mini implants are often not utilized to replace standard implants since they cannot resist the full force of eating and biting.
Patients who are missing most or all of their top or bottom teeth may benefit from all-on-4 implants. This technique uses only four titanium implants in the jawbone to give full-mouth dental implants. It may be a viable alternative for people with sufficient jawbone density to sustain a full arch of teeth.
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Before the dental implant operation, it is important that you make an appointment with a dentist who is an expert in the field. You must follow his or her instructions. The dentist can do some examinations for you to find out the status of your oral and dental health. We recommend that you do not consume cigarettes and alcohol before the operation. Be sure to inform the doctor about the medicines you use. You should inform the dentist about your general health. For this whole process to take place, you must go to Turkey a few days in advance.
Whether you have dental implant surgery in one or more periods, you may experience some of the normal discomforts associated with any sort of dental surgery, such as "swelling, bruising, pain, and bleeding." You may require pain relievers or antibiotics following a dental implant treatment. If swelling, discomfort, or any other symptom worsens in the days following surgery, contact your dentist. You may need to eat soft foods throughout the healing process following each stage of surgery. Please, do not smoke or consume alcohol right after the operation. Don’t eat solid food in the first days of the operation. If you experience any problem, consult your dentist as soon as possible.
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No, it doesn’t. The dentist numbs the patient’s mouth and jaw before the operation start. After the operation is completed, the patient may feel some discomfort but if she or he uses the painkillers which are prescribed by the dentist, the pain will disappear.
If a patient could protect and care for his or her implants, it can last for almost 30 years. An implant is a solution but after the operation, the patient must keep his or her implants clean.
It depends on the status of the patient’s teeth, but it generally takes 2-3 hours.
It usually takes about a week for individuals to resume their normal eating habits after dental implant surgery. However, if you are a quick healer, you may be able to resume solid foods 24 - 48 hours after surgery. You should consult your dentist about this question because she or he can know the situation about your operation.
If you feel comfortable and OK after the first day of the operation, you can choose to lie on your side but please keep elevated your body and your neck has to be above heart level.
It is recommended that the mouth area does not come into contact with hot or cold water in the first days. For this reason, it is better if the patient waits 48 hours.
No, it is not. You can be relaxed because you don't feel anything. Most patients do not have their teeth treated because of this fear, but this operation, which has been performed for many years, is very reliable and painless.
Generally, patients have this operation after the age of 30. There is no specific age limit, but it is not right for people under the age of 18 to have it done. Usually, middle-aged, or elderly people have it done.
There are three types. These are called subperiosteal, zygomatic, and endosteal.
It is quite high. It has a success rate of over 90%. The most important thing here is to be treated by a professional clinic and dentist.