With 10 years of experience in Turkey, we know the importance of offering comfort to our patients while they undergo our high-quality dental treatment.
Our specialist dental surgeons have successfully performed over 5,000 dental implant procedures. That experience, together with the latest technological dental equipment, allows us to offer a unique dental health experience for patients visiting our dental clinic.
We guarantee satisfaction not only from the standard of care to our patients but also at prices that are approximately 70% cheaper than in the UK, USA, and other European countries. And that is across the board whether the patient needs a single implant or a complete implant restoration of the upper and lower jaws.
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By using the most advanced technology (Tomography 3-D CD together with specific software), we can measure the patient’s bone to assess what implant actions are required. The advantages of this procedure are; less time spent in the dental chair. The A-grade dental implants we use come from international brands, manufactured in Switzerland, Germany and, the USA.
There is no limit to how many teeth can be replaced in a healthy mouth. Not every tooth requires an implant, if one or several teeth need replacing, a bridge between implants is recommended.
There are many options available; with dental implants, we can replace a whole arch, a row of teeth, and even a complete set of teeth. If a patient has lost all of their upper teeth they would need 8–10 implants inserted into the upper jaw.
For the patient considering dental implants, there are four things they need to know:
Dental Implants do not need the aid of healthy teeth to affix a dental prosthesis – the bridges, crowns or dentures can be secured to the titanium implant itself without interfering with the other healthy teeth.
Many patients return to their normal, everyday life on the same day of the implant being inserted. It will be necessary for the patient to wait for between 2-4 months for the bone to grow around the implant before attaching the final crown/bridge.
If the appropriate anesthetic has been administered (as with any dental procedures) you will not feel any discomfort. You may feel a slight ache after the implantation (similar to that after tooth removal), and this may be relieved with a simple analgesic on the evening after the implant has been inserted.
A dental implant is suitable for anyone whose general health is good, and there is no upper age limit for inserting an implant. However, the insertion of a dental implant may not be suitable for very young patients who have not yet completed their bone development.
Implants come in a specific thickness and width. Therefore, the jawbone must have a height and width that allow the implant to be fitted.
In addition, the quality of bone is another factor that affects the success of a dental implant. If the bone is too hard or too soft, the success of a dental implant is adversely affected. Attention to the gums and adjacent anatomic structures is important for the insertion of dental implants.
Studies of dental implants go back to the early 1800s. Currently, there are implants that are almost perfect, and for which clinical follow-up has been implemented over the last 35-40 years.
If a correctly selected dental implant is properly inserted, and if the patient takes the necessary care of their oral hygiene, the implant may remain in the mouth for a long period of time without causing any problems. However, it must be stressed that the quality of the dental implant is important. In our clinic we use the highest quality, ‘A’ Grade. dental implants manufactured by important brands in Switzerland, Germany, and the USA
The dentist should assess the general health of the patient and assess the implant insertion site prior to starting the procedure. Insertion of dental implants should be avoided in some patients (e.g. those with diabetes mellitus). The success rate for dental implants is lower in individuals that smoke, and/or who do not take the necessary care of their oral hygiene.
If a careful assessment has been made for the dental implant, and if the patient takes the necessary oral care, dental implants last for many years without any problems.