Implantology(Dental Implant)

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Dental implant treatment is a method used to replace lost teeth for various reasons. This treatment is performed with a titanium-based structure, often referred to as a screw, that is placed into the jawbone. This screw is also known as an artificial tooth root.


Dental implants help restore the function and aesthetics of lost teeth. These titanium screws, integrated with the jawbone, provide a durable foundation to support prosthetics that will be placed on top. Dental implants can be used across a wide range of cases, from individuals with a single missing tooth to those with complete tooth loss.


Thanks to this treatment, patients can regain teeth with aesthetics and functionality similar to natural teeth. Dental implants are long-lasting and, with proper care, can assist in maintaining the patient’s oral health for many years.

Solutions for your missing teeth are now close at hand!"

Thanks to implant technology, one of the advanced techniques in dentistry, various situations ranging from a single missing tooth to complete tooth loss can be corrected. One of the major advantages of this technology is its ability to be applied without causing any harm to other teeth.

Dental implants, with a history of over 50 years, are now considered the primary choice in the treatment of tooth loss. The main reasons for this preference include:

  1. Ability to treat tooth loss without causing damage to surrounding tissues and adjacent teeth: Dental implants, being placed into the jawbone, address tooth loss with minimal intervention to surrounding tissues. They provide a natural solution without the need to harm adjacent teeth.

  2. Long-term survival rate: Dental implants have a longer lifespan compared to other alternative treatments. When properly placed, they can maintain their durability for many years.

  3. Preservation of the structure of surrounding tissues: Dental implants integrate with the jawbone, preserving the structure of surrounding tissues. This contributes to maintaining the aesthetic and functional integrity of the jawline.

Dental implants are considered a modern and effective option in the treatment of missing teeth

Dental implant treatment process generally consists of the following stages:

Dental implant treatment process generally involves the following stages:

  1. Examination and Assessment: The first step is a detailed examination and assessment conducted by your dentist. This involves examining your oral structure, determining the extent of tooth loss, and evaluating whether implant treatment is suitable.

  2. Planning and Treatment Plan Creation: Based on the examination results, your dentist creates a personalized treatment plan. This plan includes the position where the implant will be placed, the details of the treatment process, and your expectations.

  3. Jawbone Assessment: The quality and quantity of the jawbone where the implant will be placed are evaluated. Additional preparation of the jawbone may be performed if necessary.

  4. Anesthesia and Implant Placement: Local anesthesia is applied on the treatment day, and the implant is placed into the jawbone. The implant is a titanium screw-shaped structure and is inserted to integrate with the jawbone.

  5. Healing Process (Osteointegration): A temporary prosthesis may be placed on the treated area, or the healing process is awaited. During this period, the implant undergoes a process called osteointegration, where it fuses with the jawbone. This process typically takes several months.

  6. Second Stage Surgery (Abutment Placement): Once the healing is complete, the dentist places a connector piece called an abutment on top of the implant. This serves as the attachment point for the prosthesis to be later mounted.

  7. Prosthetic Application: After placing the abutment, the dentist attaches the specially prepared prosthesis onto the implant. The prosthesis provides a natural-looking appearance and function similar to natural teeth.

  8. Follow-up and Maintenance: Regular follow-up checks after treatment and attention to oral hygiene are essential. Good oral care and regular check-ups contribute to the long-term success of the implant.

The implant treatment process may vary depending on individual circumstances and the chosen application method. Your dentist will create a personalized treatment plan and explain the process in detail.

Does Dental Implant Treatment Have a Lifespan?

The implants we use in our clinic are covered by a lifetime warranty. The implants we utilize are guaranteed and internationally certified.”

I want to get an implant, but I don't have much time.

Dental implant treatments are so comfortable that you can resume your daily life the next day. After an approximately 30-60 minute operation, you can continue with your life.

Which Brand of Implant Should I Prefer?

The crucial point here is how long the clinic performing the dental implant treatment has been working with the brand and the assurance it provides to you. This is important because the treatment is not only limited to the placement of the implant, but it is also crucial to remember that various materials will be used during the covering phase. Our clinic offers reliable treatments with the promise of guaranteed operations, the procurement of these materials, a fast process, and assurance.

Are All Implants the Same? Why Are Prices So Variable?

We can categorize implants into a few classes. The first can be considered as a very luxurious vehicle, the second as not very luxurious but a very trustworthy price-performance option, and the other as a vehicle that you may not prefer.


In our country, there are many implant brands at a level you would not prefer, where R&D investment is not made, and long-term success is disregarded. What the patient needs in this regard is the assurance given by the clinic, the recognition of the chosen brand, and the company’s history.


In our clinic, we prefer 1st and 2nd class implant brands.

How Long Does Dental Implant Treatment Take?

The application of the implant generally takes around 10 minutes. Following this, a biochemical process initiates between the implant and the bone surface, known as osseointegration. In modern techniques, the osseointegration period typically varies between 10-16 weeks. During this period, the person’s treatment continues passively. After the completion of the osseointegration process, the patient’s prosthetic treatment begins, lasting approximately 10-14 days.

I Got an Implant, But There's No Tooth?

Dental implants are typically cylindrical pieces applied into the bone, often made of titanium. Sometimes they can be produced from materials like ceramic or zirconium. During the healing period, the integration of the implant with the bone is expected. Once the healing is complete, the visible crown part of the implant is applied in the mouth.


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