Dental implants look, feel, and act like natural teeth
The care for them is the same as your natural teeth
They prevent your jawbone and gum line from shrinking or collapsing due to the space of missing teeth
Dental implants are permanent and do not need to be replaced
They can be replaced if damage occurs
There is no need to take them out as with dentures
They don't shift or slip with eating or speaking
They prevent bone loss and keep the youthful shape of your bone tissue
They are not noticeable and they blend with your natural teeth
Dental implants may last a lifetime.
Be ready for a Great Implant Experience with us.
FYİ: Evolution designed you to chew your food with 28 teeth.
Once you start loosing your teeth you can actually start to look old because you are start loosing bone; your jaw bone tent to be thinner and thinner. So you loose the original shape of your face.
Losing a tooth is a serious issue. The longer you wait after a tooth is extracted, the more difficult and expensive it can become to make the replacement you need. So DO NOT WAIT. Get implanted.
We use the latest materials and techniques of dental implants, to achieve remarkable results.
Implants are modern dentistry's answer to missing teeth and nobody can tell the difference!
You need to be sure you are in safe hands! With years of experience and skill in oral surgery, our Implant Specialist delivers a high quality experience from start to finish.
With us A dental implant may even cost less than other tooth replacement options. Why? Because a dental implant typically lasts longer if you use our dental implant dentist who has proven skills, training and years of experience about this territorry.
For example, dental implants typically cost less than a dental bridge in a long term, because a bridge has higher maintenance costs. Our dentist who is experienced in tooth replacement can explain the reasons.
A dental implant is a titanium post (like a tooth root) that is surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath the gum line that allows our dentist to mount replacement teeth or a bridge into that area. An implant doesn't come loose like a denture can. Dental implants also benefit general oral health because they do not have to be anchored to other teeth, like bridges.
Oral Care Specifics to IMPLANTS
If you are considering implants, you must have healthy gums and adequate bone to support the implant. If your bone is too thin or soft and unable to support an implant, you may require a bone graft. Or if there is not enough bone height in the upper jaw or the sinuses are too close to the jaw, you may require a sinus lift.
Information about implants
İmplants provide stable support for artificial teeth. Dentures and bridges mounted to implants won't slip or shift in your mouth — an especially important benefit when eating and speaking. This secure fit helps the dentures and bridges — as well as individual crowns placed over implants — feel more natural than conventional bridges or dentures.
For some people, ordinary bridges and dentures are simply not comfortable or even possible, due to sore spots, poor ridges or gagging. In addition, ordinary bridges must be attached to teeth on either side of the space left by the missing tooth. An advantage of implants is that no adjacent teeth need to be prepared or ground down to hold your new replacement tooth/teeth in place.
To receive implants, you need to have healthy gums and adequate bone to support the implant. You must also commit to keeping these structures healthy. Meticulous oral hygiene and regular dental visits are critical to the long-term success of dental implants.
Top Oral Care Tips for IMPLANTS
Most dental implants are successful in the world and we work with hundred percent of success too. We sometimes get the question from our guests if there is anything they can do for their implants.
Here are a few steps you can take to help ensure success and make your implant last.
Practice good oral hygiene – brush twice a day and floss once daily. Using interdental brushes, brushes that slide between teeth, can help clean the hard to reach areas around your implant.
Do not smoke– smoking can weaken the bone structure therefore can lead to implant failure.
Visit your dentist – Next to flosing and cleaning, examine every six months can help to make sure your implant is in good condition, and that it remains that way to help to maintain your health.
Avoid chewing on hard foods – don’t chew on hard items such as ice and hard candy because they can break not only your crown but your natural teeth as well.
Dental implants can be used to replace any amount of teeth - from a single missing tooth to full mouth restoration - and our expert dental team will tailor treatment plans to suit your personal requirements.
Single implant: For one missing or damaged tooth. A single dental implant is inserted into the jawbone and one tooth crown is fastened to the implant to restore one missing tooth.
We offer options that replace all of the teeth on either the upper jaw, the lower jaw, or both. Many patients arrive having had their natural teeth already removed, while others are just starting to evaluate alternatives to their natural teeth. If the natural teeth still remain, a thorough exam and consultation with our doctor will determine if replacing the natural teeth is an appropriate option.
Once the decision has been made to replace all the teeth in one or both jaws, more than one dental implant treatment alternatives are available.
İmplant supported bridge
For multiple teeth missing side by side. An implant supported bridge is used when there are numerous teeth missing together and our client whishes to be cost effective. In this case we offer our help. For example, if there are 3 missing teeth, 2 dental implants can be placed instead of 3 in the jawbone and a bridge can be produced consisting of 3 crowns and secured to the implants.
Full mouth restoration
One option for full mouth restoration at our clinic is ‘All on 6 implants’; or all on + implants which is 4-6 dental implants placed, that are used to support a full set of teeth on a bridge.
After our implant replacement
1. Dental implants won't embarrass you
Dental implants from a proven implant dentist give you complete confidence that you can eat without being self conscious because they function similar to your natural teeth. In contrast, non-implant tooth replacement options such as dentures may make eating difficult, and they may reduce your ability to taste foods fully.
Even worse, because dentures are not affixed to your jawbone, they could slip or click while you laugh, cough or kiss. In contrast, a tooth implant gives you peace of mind because it won't slip. Tooth implants, or dental implants, become part of your jaw structure, making it easy for you to enjoy the company of others without fear of embarrassment.
2. Dental implants will give you a natural-looking smile.
Can you tell when someone is wearing dentures? Perhaps their gums don't look quite right. Or perhaps the dentures don't seem to fit the natural shape of their mouth.
Dental implants from our experienced implant dentist give you the most natural look and smile of all tooth replacement options. That is because they are inserted by dental implant experts in a way that fits your unique mouth structure. As a result, they look more like your own teeth than other replacement options.
Even better, dental implants feel like your natural teeth. Unlike many other replacements for missing teeth, dental implants have a shape and sensation similar to the rest of your teeth, with no extra wings or bridges. That's a great reason to show off your beautiful, natural-looking smile!
3. Dental implants can help you stay heathy.
Dentures and other non-implant tooth replacement options may also feel less natural to your body, and it may react to the loss of your tooth. Specifically, you may begin to lose bone in your jaw, leading to long term changes in your jawline and looks. Dental implants by our implant dentists are superior tooth replacement options in this regard, because they are embedded directly into your jawbone. This provides your body with the stimulation it expects, so the body responds by continuing to keep your jawbone – and your looks – robust and healthy.
Dentures can also trap food particles between your gums and the dentures themselves. This can lead to the growth of bacteria, which in turn can contribute to gum disease and bad breath. Dental implants, on the other hand, act much more like your natural teeth.
4. Dental implants are convenient.
Once you have replaced your missing teeth, you want to get back to life. Dental implants help you do so, as they are durable, and may even last a lifetime. In contrast, dentures may need to be replaced more frequently. Over time, dentures can also become worse fitting due to changes in your facial structure as you age and lose bone in your jaw.
Of course, one of the most unpleasant tasks associated with dentures is cleaning: dentures require removal every night. In comparison, dental implants can be flossed and brushed just like your natural teeth. Talk to a dentist experienced in tooth replacement, and they can give you more information about the pros and cons.
Dental implants can be very cost effective versus other tooth replacement options. But there are many other great reasons for choosing dental implants, including peace of mind in social situations, robust health, and convenience.
Keep in mind that due to the sophisticated science of dental implants, it is important that you choose a dental implant expert. Our dental implant experts have met key educational, training, and competency standards that will help him give you a great implant experience.
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