What is Implant Treatment?
To briefly explain the implant treatment, which has been frequently used in recent years, it is the placement of artificial tooth root titanium structures that are biocompatible with tissues and imitate the tooth root. Screwed teeth, which are the primary preference of patients who suffer from aesthetic and functional loss due to missing teeth, are produced from a tissue-friendly material called titanium.
After evaluating the systemic health status of the patients, performing oral examination carefully and making the necessary radiographic controls and measurements, it is decided whether the patient is suitable for treatment. For a successful implant operation, the area where the implant will be applied must have a bone structure and the gums must be very healthy. In the absence of these conditions, additional bone application can be performed and then implant application is started.
What are the advantages?
Thanks to the implant operation on the teeth that people lose due to certain reasons, they have almost the same teeth. You can get very good results with the implant method applied to replace your lost teeth. It is possible to use implant teeth safely and without any problems for many years. In order to achieve all these advantages, the implant method should be done under very favorable conditions. You should care for the teeth you have with the implant method as your own teeth. Normally, the bone where the tooth was extracted begins to melt after a while. With the implant made without losing much time after tooth extraction, bone resorption will decrease significantly and will stop completely after a certain period of time. As can be seen, thanks to the implant, your bone will also stop melting.
These titanium screws, which imitate a kind of tooth root, are fully compatible with our body and jawbone thanks to the titanium in their components. Since they imitate the root of the tooth, crowns, bridges and total etc. Compared to prosthetic teeth types, they provide a more comfortable and healthy result from the treatment.
When a single tooth is lost, unfortunately, the teeth next to the lost tooth are also affected by this situation and begin to move towards the place of the lost tooth. Especially, this situation is more common in tooth loss on the side and back of the mouth. Likewise, the upper and lower teeth need each other for chewing to take place. When one of the teeth is lost, the tooth in the opposite region grows towards the lost tooth. For example, when one of the lower teeth is lost, the upper tooth in the same area moves towards the lower tooth.
These sliding movements bring many problems. Movements in the teeth cause deviations in the up and down slopes of the teeth. In other words, the positions and angles of the upper and lower teeth change to each other.
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