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Dental implant Treatment

What is the Dental Implant Treatment?

Dental implant treatment is surgical procedure that allows replacement of simple or multiple missing tooth. Dental implants are accepted as the most successful and trusted method of tooth replacement used today. The basis for modern dental implant treatment is a biologic process in which titanium material form an intimate bond to bone. The biologic process of dental implant healing is called osseointegration. A variable amount of healing time is required for osseointegration before dental prosthetic (a tooth, bridge or denture) is attached to the implant. 

What’s dental implant treatment procedure like

Dental implant treatment starts with planning. The type and number of dental implants need to be decided by the dental surgeon. It is important for dental implant treatment the quality and the measurements of the jaw bones. Most of the time dental surgeons start with examine the dental radiographs and in some times dental volumetric tomography is needed to examine jaw bones. Dental volumetric tomography provides to see the jaw bones in 3D perspective before dental implant treatment. Before dental implant treatment it will be all decided the type, the measurement, the number of the implants.

Dental implant treatment procedure starts with local anesthesia. Gum is elevated to reach the bone properly. Then bone is drilled in implant measurements to fix the implants as decided before. After the placement of implants generally covered with gum by sutures while the bone and implant become osseo-integrated. Usually, the implant heights are in the range of 8 to 13 mm.

What’s the dental implant treatment steps?

After the diagnosis of the dental implant treatment, it starts with the placement of the implant. In upper jaw nasal cavity and maxillary sinus cavity is very close to the jawbone. If bone height is not enough due to early loss of tooth some advanced surgical approaches are needed. Especially in molar tooth area it is common problem and sinus lifting procedure needs to be considered. Sinus lifting before dental implant treatment means to using bone graft on the sinus floor to increase bone height for proper implant placement. Other than this, bone graft can be used in most of the situations to increase bone volume. In some cases, using bone grafts can need longer healing times but in general, osseointegration of dental implant occurs 3 to 6 months.

After this time, gingiva healing component is placed with small incision on the implant. It reforms gum tissue 7 to 10 days to create proper emergence profile for crown placement. In the prosthetic phase of the dental implant treatment, impressions are taken for all the dental arches. All the impressions, along with the bite registration and other important details are sent to the dental laboratory. The dental technician will fabricate the designed prosthesis according to the specifications received from the dentist. Before the restoration is definitively attached to the dental implants, one or more fitting appointments may be needed. In most cases finalization of the dental implant treatment depending on the surgical approach and type of the prosthesis is done in 3 to 6 months totally.

What’s the dental implant treatment advantages and disadvantages?

There are some consequences of tooth loss. At first, biting efficiency will be decrease. Opposite tooth will be non-functional. The load of biting forces is distributed over a smaller surface area of the teeth resulting in greater masticatory force over existing teeth. In long-term surrounding tooth will be affected. Opposite tooth may over erupt due to lacking the bite and the adjacent teeth may also tilt into the space. After a long time of tooth loss to having implant may be needed bone grafting procedures which is more complex. To avoid all that probabilities dental implant treatment is the best option in the literature. The rate of long-term success in dental implant treatment is very high 75% to 90%. Dental implant treatment is the most similar option to having the natural tooth restored.

There is no disadvantage of dental implant treatment. But it is important to be aware of ingredients in the success of the treatment. Some of the patients with specific systemic disease are not suitable for the dental implant treatment. Such as uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, heavy smoking (more than 10 per day), use of bisphosphonate in the treatment of osteoporosis, radiotherapy etc. are risk factors for dental implant failure. On the other hand, dental implants do not have a risk of caries and resistant to heavy bite forces, but it should be remembered periodontal disease which causes distraction of supporting tissues such as bone and gums can affect dental implants. İt may be result loose of dental implant. Hence good oral hygiene and regular check-ups are key factor for preventing dental implant loss .

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What brands are using in Turkey for dental implant treatment?

Hundreds of dental implant brands are available in worldwide and in Turkey nowadays. Most of them are in standardized quality. But the important thing is not the brand actually the type of the implants such as passive or aggressive. And that should be decided by the professional doctors according to type of the bone. Also some of the brands have more sophisticated research and development departments that helps to improve the quality of the implant and reach maximum technologies about dental implant treatments. But it is not possible to have that knowledge for patients. So that, it is important to have dental implant treatment by a professional doctor such as dental surgeons.

On the other hand patients need to be aware of the certificate of the implant which have information about the brand, guarantee and also the size and the type of the implant they had. This is important because of the possible need for to change crowns in long time period and that helps to have that treatment in anywhere without changing the implants.

Most using brands in worldwide are:

  • Straumann (Switzerland)
  • Osstem (Korean)
  • Hı-Ossen (American)
  • Nobel (Sweden)
  • Bego (Germany)
  • Astra (Sweden)
  • Ankylos (Germany)

What’s the cost of dental implant treatment

Nowadays dental implant treatment is usual in dental practice and there are more than 500 dental implant system in the world. Mainstream material is the still pure titanium almost for every dental implant system. There are no major differences between dental implant systems. Some surface properties, prosthetic design and implant characteristics (such as passive or aggressive) are different between implants. It is important to choose right dental implant system for the patient according to bone quality, bone quantity and prosthetic plan. But it should be remembered those evaluations are made by dentists and it is important to take heed of mind dentist suggestions.

Dental Treatment in Turkey Price in Turkey Price in Europe/UK Price in US Price in Canada
Tooth Extraction 40$ – 100$ 100€ – 500€ 200$ – 1000$ 150$ – 800$
Composite Filling 50$ – 90$ 150€ – 600€ 200$ – 800$ 150$ – 700$
Root Canal Treatment 120$ – 200$ 400€ – 1200€ 600$ – 1800$ 550$ – 1600$
Deep Cleaning – Scaling and Root Planning 50$ – 90$ 150€ – 450€ 200$ – 600$ 150$ – 500$
Dental Bleaching (office + home) 180$ – 350$ 500€ – 1200€ 700$ – 1500$ 600$ – 1400$

On the other hand in patients perspective, it should be evaluated; when patient needed further treatment for dental implants in long term, is it easy to reach components of the dental implant system, is it wide spread in dentistry, and are there identity for  their dental implant treatment which includes numbers and sizes of the implants.  Due to chosen dental implant system, dental implant treatment cost may vary widely.

How long does a dental implant last?

Dental implants are screw structures made of titanium used to restore the function and aesthetics of lost teeth. After this structure is surgically placed in the jawbone, a prosthetic tooth is placed on it. Implants can be a long-lasting solution for patients when placed correctly and supported with appropriate care.

The lifespan of dental implants may vary depending on several factors. In general, however, the average lifespan of a dental implant is between 15 and 25 years. Some implants may last longer than this, while others may last shorter. However, with the development of implant technology and surgical techniques, it is observed that many implants last longer than 25 years.

Factors affecting the life of the implant are as follows:

Proper Placement: Correct placement of the implant is the key to its longevity. An implant made by an experienced surgeon with the right techniques tends to last longer.

Oral Hygiene: Good oral hygiene supports the health of implants. Regular brushing, flossing and visits to the dentist help maintain the health of the tissues around the implant.

Diet and Habits: Habits such as frequent consumption of hard foods or teeth grinding can put pressure on the implant and shorten its life.

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General Health: Some systemic diseases such as diabetes, osteoporosis or medical treatments such as radiotherapy can affect the integration of the implant with the bone and shorten the life of the implant.

Regular Check-ups: Visits to the dentist allow possible complications to be diagnosed and treated early, which prolongs the life of the implant.

Does an implant tooth hurt a lot?

A dental implant is a surgical procedure used to replace a missing tooth. This procedure can be viewed with concern by many people because of the potential pain and discomfort. However, understanding how comfortable implant procedures are today can alleviate these concerns.

During the implant procedure, patients are usually completely anaesthetised with a local anaesthetic. This means that they do not feel any pain or discomfort during the procedure. The anaesthetic is applied to the area where the implant will be placed so that the area is completely numb. During the procedure, patients can usually only feel a slight pressure, but this is not painful.

After the procedure, once the anaesthetic has worn off, there may be some mild pain or discomfort. This is normal because a surgical procedure has been performed. However, this discomfort is usually mild and subsides within a few days. It can be kept under control with painkillers or anti-inflammatory medications that your doctor usually prescribes to alleviate this discomfort.

There may also be mild side effects such as swelling, bruising and tenderness, but these side effects are also temporary. The recommended oral care routine and regular use of medications after the procedure accelerate the healing process and minimise discomfort.

How is a dental implant placed?

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root made of titanium used to replace lost teeth. This implant integrates with the jawbone and restores the function and aesthetics of the missing tooth. Understanding the process of how a dental implant is fitted can help to better understand this treatment.

The first step is a detailed examination of the mouth and jaw structure. This is done with X-rays and sometimes computed tomography (CT) scans. These scans are used to determine where and how to place the implant. The quality and quantity of the jaw bone is also assessed.

If there is not enough bone structure, bone may need to be added through a procedure called bone grafting. Bone grafting is necessary to ensure a stable fit of the implant.

When the bone structure is suitable, the implant placement process begins. Under local anaesthesia, the dentist begins by making a small incision in the jawbone. Then, a hole is drilled with a special drill in the area where the implant will be inserted. The titanium implant is screwed into this hole.

The implant is allowed to integrate with the jawbone for several months. During this time, the bone grows around the implant and holds it firmly. This process is called osseointegration and is critical for the stability of the implant.

After osseointegration is complete, an abutment, a connecting piece, is placed on the implant. This part is used to connect the prosthetic tooth with the implant.

In the final step, the prosthetic tooth, which is specially designed and suitable for the patient’s mouth, is placed and fixed on the abutment. This prosthetic tooth mimics the appearance and function of the natural tooth, so that the patient gains a natural-looking tooth to replace the missing tooth.

Which teeth cannot be implanted?

Dental implant is a popular and effective treatment method preferred to replace lost teeth. However, in certain cases and in some tooth areas, dental implants are not recommended or difficult.

In some individuals, insufficient bone structure may prevent the implant from being inserted. Especially in the upper jaw, in areas close to the sinus cavities or in areas close to the nerve canal in the lower jaw, insufficient bone may make implant application difficult. Thin or insufficient bone structure may make it difficult to place the implant stably and complete the osseointegration process.

However, some systemic diseases or health conditions may pose a risk for dental implants. For example, severe diabetes or a weak immune system may prevent the implant from integrating successfully. In addition, conditions that affect bone metabolism, such as osteoporosis, can also adversely affect the success of the implant.

In individuals who have undergone radiotherapy, implant application in areas affected by radiation is risky. Radiotherapy may affect the regeneration of bone cells, making it difficult for the implant to integrate with the bone.

Tobacco use is a factor that negatively affects the success of the implant. Cigarettes and other tobacco products can reduce blood circulation in the mouth and prevent the implant from integrating with the bone.

In individuals who do not pay attention to oral hygiene, the risk of infection around the implant increases. This may cause the implant to fail.

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Some individuals may have a risk of hypersensitivity or allergic reaction to complications that may occur after implant application. In this case, allergy tests can be performed to determine whether there is a reaction to the implant material.

How long does it take to place 1 implant?

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root made of titanium used to replace a missing tooth. This procedure is performed in a clinical setting and usually under local anaesthetic. The time it takes to fit the implant can vary depending on the complexity of the procedure, the patient’s oral health and the techniques used.

A basic dental implant procedure can usually be completed in 30 minutes to one hour. However, this time only covers the surgical placement of the implant. If additional procedures need to be performed in the patient’s mouth, such as bone grafting, this may take longer.

After the implant is placed, it usually takes several months for the implant to integrate with the jawbone. This process is known as osseointegration and ensures that the implant is fully seated in the bone. This integration process is critical to the success of the procedure and usually takes between 3 and 6 months.

Once the osseointegration process is complete, a second session is required to place the prosthetic tooth. This session is usually shorter and a crown, bridge or prosthesis is placed on the implant.

How many days does the pain last after the implant?

A dental implant is a surgical procedure used to replace missing teeth. After the implant is placed, many patients experience a certain feeling of discomfort and pain. However, this pain is usually manageable and temporary.

The first 24-72 hours after the implant procedure is usually the period of greatest discomfort. During this time, it is normal to have mild swelling, bruising and pain at the surgical site. There may also be tenderness in the area where the implant was placed. However, these symptoms usually subside within a few days and largely disappear after a week.

The intensity and duration of pain may vary depending on the complexity of the procedure, the general health of the patient’s mouth and individual pain tolerance. For example, in cases where additional procedures such as bone grafting need to be performed, the healing process may take longer and the pain may be slightly more severe.

Doctors usually recommend over-the-counter painkillers or prescription medication to control post-implant pain and discomfort. Cold compresses may also be helpful to reduce swelling.

If the pain persists after the first week after the implant procedure, this may be a sign of a complication and a dentist should be consulted immediately.

What are the signs of a failed implant?

Dental implants are a popular treatment method for replacing missing teeth. However, as with any surgical procedure, dental implants sometimes have complications and the risk of failure. To understand whether the implant has failed or not, some symptoms should be considered.

Pain: Pain is normal for the first few days after the implant procedure. However, this pain should decrease within a few weeks. If the pain persists or increases over time, this may indicate a problem.

Movement of the Implant: The implant must be fully integrated with the jawbone. If the implant moves or wobbles, this may be a sign that osseointegration has not been successful.

Swelling or Redness: Prolonged swelling or redness at the implant site may be a sign of an infection.

Pain on Chewing or Pressure: Painful sensations when pressure is applied on the implant or when chewing may indicate that the implant is not correctly placed or a problem with bone integration.

Bad Taste or Odour: A persistent bad taste or odour coming from the implant site may indicate an infection or a problem with the tissue around the implant.

Pus at the Implant Site: Pus or other abnormal discharge may be an indication of infection.

Gum Recession: If the gum around the implant appears receding or discoloured, this may be a sign of a complication or infection.

Numbness of the Cheek, Lip or Tongue: These symptoms may be an indication of nerve damage and should be treated immediately.

What happens if the implant hits a nerve?

Dental implant procedures are a surgical method for replacing missing teeth. The correct placement of the implant requires detailed planning and a careful surgical approach. However, sometimes complications such as placing the implant too close to the nerve or directly into the nerve may occur. If the implant hits the nerve, this can lead to serious consequences.

If the implant is placed too close to or damages the inferior alveolar nerve in the lower jaw, the patient usually feels numbness in the lip, jaw or tongue. This numbness may be temporary or permanent. Along with numbness, patients may also experience pain, burning sensation or tingling.

If such a complication occurs, it needs to be treated quickly. If the implant damages the nerve, removal of the implant is usually recommended. After the implant is removed, some patients’ symptoms improve quickly, while others may have persistent numbness or other symptoms.

Before the implant procedure, detailed x-rays and computed tomography scans are performed to prevent such complications. These scans show the dentist exactly where the nerves and other anatomical structures are located so that the implant can be placed correctly.


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