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What are the steps in dental implant procedure? in Turkey, Antalya Dental Clinic

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Stages Of Dental Implants In Turkey

First Stage

  • The suitability of the patient for dental implant treatment is verified when they apply to our dental clinic. Information about the general health status of the patient is obtained. If the patient is suitable for treatment, the bone structure of the patient and the adequacy of the bone tissue are examined with the help of x-ray and 3D tomography.
  • Necessary information is given to the patient about the dental implant to be applied and the method to be used in the dental implant treatment.
  • The first procedure for dental implant treatment is performed by applying local anesthesia and, if necessary, sedation to the patient.
  • If the patient has teeth that need to be extracted, they are extracted. If tooth extraction and implant construction are in the same session, the screwed tooth is carefully placed in the gap created by the extracted tooth by our experienced dentists. Since no incision is made on the gums in this procedure, no stitches are made.
  • The parts where the implants will be placed are cleaned.
  • An incision is made on the gum. The slot is opened with a punch to place the implant in the visible jawbone. The implant is carefully placed in the jaw.
  • The gingival tissue covering the jawbone where the implant is placed is covered, and the gingiva is sutured.
  • If the implant is made on the patient's front teeth, a temporary crown tooth is placed on the implant for aesthetic concerns. The patient should remove and clean this veneer tooth at night.

Second Stage

  • In the second stage of implant treatment, 3-6 months is expected for the jawbone to grow and cover the implant. Dentures gain functionality as natural teeth with the solid artificial root formed when the fusion is completed.

Third Stage

Stages Of Dental Implants In Turkey
  • Local anesthesia is applied to the patient.
  • After the fusion of the jawbone and implant is completed, an incision is made to bring the implant under the gum tissue to the surface.
  • A dental abutment is attached to the implant. The tooth abutment is closed with the gum, and the gum is sutured. It takes up to 15 days for the gums to heal.

Stage Four

  • When the patient's gums return to normal, the implant crown is made, and the patient's mouth size and mold are taken.
  • Prostheses are made to be mobile, fixed, or both at the same time to be applied to the patient. The patient and the doctor decide together which of these to do. Your doctor will explain the advantages and disadvantages of each prosthesis in detail.

It's crucial to remember that while this explanation offers a general overview of the dental implant procedure , the precise information and methods employed may change based on the circumstances of each case and the preferences and experience of the dental professional. It is essential to speak with a knowledgeable dental expert who can evaluate your particular situation and offer tailored treatment options as well as support throughout the procedure.

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