Implants are artificial tooth roots placed in the jawbone to restore function and aesthetics of missing teeth. Implants are widely suitable for tissues and are extremely durable. The appearance and use of implants are very comfortable, their presence is not even felt in the mouth.
The advantages of Implant therapy are that patients who have lost only one tooth do not have to sacrifice their next teeth for single tooth restoration, as well as more aesthetic and functional results emerge. In order to bridge, patients who have lost some of their teeth in the upper or lower jaw have to cut their healthy teeth.
In patients who lose their teeth completely in the upper or lower jaw and suffer from loss or inability to chew well due to the movement of the prosthesis, in those who use the upper jaw prosthesis, the problems of having the nearest prosthesis to the natural tooth will be eliminated thanks to implant treatment.
Treatment options can be divided into two options: moving prosthesis with implant support, which means that the patient does the necessary care by removing the prosthesis from his mouth, or fixed prosthesis with implant support, which means that the patient does not remove it from his mouth by sticking and screwing the implants in the mouth. These mobile or fixed treatment options involve many different methods within themselves.
The knowledge and experience of the physician who applies the Implant treatment comes to the fore in presenting the most ideal of different treatment options to the patient.
With advancing technology and results of implant treatment implant treatment possible for each patient revealed many different devices and materials and the development of surgical procedures to offer the option as a result of insufficient bone volume is a prerequisite for the emergence of implant treatment. Synthetic bone obtained from the patient and other living things with pieces of bone from another part of the material and insufficient bone quantity may be increased. These advanced implant surgery applications supported by the PRF method will be performed by qualified physicians with sufficient equipment and experience, and will minimize the possibility of complications and problems related to the surgical procedure and the prosthesis that will be performed later on the implants.
With the spread of implant applications, various false beliefs and thoughts are also revealed. Implant placement with a surgical procedure creates the impression that it is a very painful, long-lasting and difficult procedure. In fact, when there is sufficient bone volume, implant placement is less uncomfortable than tooth extraction or even extraction.
In addition, the use of appropriate anesthesia and surgical procedures, the prescribing of necessary drugs ensures that post-procedure ailments are kept to a minimum. There is no case of bone not accepting the implant or being allergic to implants and metals. Titanium is an element that is completely biocompatible. Titanium, which does not cause any allergic or foreign body reaction, is a material that can be accepted by the body and living tissues.