Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made of titanium material that is biocompatible with human tissue. These materials become a part of the body by forming a biological bond between the human tissue and the jawbone.

Implant treatment, which can be applied without any action or damage to the neighboring teeth in single tooth deficiencies, allows easy removal of the missing tooth. In multiple tooth deficiencies, it provides solutions to the fixed tooth problem.

Implants are placed in the jawbone with a minor surgical intervention under local anesthesia. People can easily return to their social and business lives after the procedure.

After the implants are placed in the jawbone, it takes an average of 3 to 6 months for the material to bond and adapt to that area. After the completion of this process, the teeth are started to be made. The design of the teeth is made by a specialist and experienced physician, taking into account the aesthetic wishes of the patient. This process can take between 3 and 10 days.

The quality of the implant material applied and the competence of the person performing the implant operation are very important in the success of the implant operation. For this reason, the operation should be performed by a reliable, expert and experienced physician. In addition, all these treatments can be performed with general anesthesia in hospital conditions for individuals who have a fear of dentists.

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