Dental Implant

Dental implants Turkey : Correct your teeth in Turkey with a cheap dental implants price

Whats is a dental implant ?

A dental implant Turkey is essentially a titanium screw or a cylinder between 8 and 16 mm in length which is inserted into a bone socket prepared in the jaw and acts as a replacement root for the missing tooth. A special attachment called a pillar is mounted on the top of the implant acting as a connector to the new replacement tooth (the crown) or to teeth (the bridge or prosthesis).

The implants are made from titanium which is a metal known for its compatibility with body tissue because it is able to fuse with the adjacent bone during the healing process called osseointegration.

There are two main types of implants which are :

  • Endosteal: Placed in the jawbone, this is the most commonly used type for the two-stage implantation procedures. Placed primarily as an alternative to a bridge or to a removable prosthesis, endosseous implants include the screw types (threaded), the cylinder types (smooth) or the blade types.

  • Sub – periosteal : placed on the jawbone in the gingival tissue with the metal implant stem which is exposed to hold the restoration in place. The sub-periosteal implants are rarely, if ever, used today. They were primarily used to hold dentures in place in patients with insufficient bone height.

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Dental implants Turkey price : How much does a dental implant cost in Turkey ?

By opting for dental implants in Turkey at an affordable price, our dental implants clinic allows you to benefit from an excellent quality of care at a reduced price. Indeed, our Aram dental clinic offers all-inclusive formulas for a cheap dental implants procedure. This dental implants price includes the dental implant at a low cost, the oral surgeon's fees and the convalescence stay at the hotel. Please ask for your free online dental implants quote to take advantage of the reduced price of this procedure.

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Dental implants : for whom ?

Dental implants : for whom ?

  • have healthy gums

  • are healthy

  • have fully developed bone tissue

However, because of the risk of failure due to the infection or poor healing, the implants are not suitable for patients with :

  • Untreated periodontitis

  • Chronic diseases : high blood pressure and diabetes

  • Blood clotting disorders

  • Serious Systemic Diseases and Addiction

  • Some bone diseases

Moreover, pregnant women and young people under the age of 18 are not eligible for dental implants

What should be done before the placement of dental implants ?

Before the placement of a tooth implant, the dentist must perform these examinations :

  • Dental Examination: This comprehensive examination includes an assessment of the condition of the teeth. It also involves x-rays and examinations

  • Medical History Review: Any surgery requires a thorough review of your medical history and all the medications you are currently taking including over-the-counter drugs and dietary supplements.

The surgeon then develops a treatment plan indicating the number of teeth to be replaced in addition to the condition of the underlying bone. Finally, he gives the patient instructions to follow in order to avoid any complications after the procedure. These instructions include :

  • Use antibiotics or antibacterial mouthwash before the surgery to reduce the risk of infection

  • Stop smoking at least 2 weeks before the dental implants placement

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Dental implants surgery : the postoperative phases

After the dental implants placement, the patient can expect the typical discomforts associated with dental surgery. These include swelling of the gums and of the face, bruising on the skin and on the gums, pain at the implant site and minor bleeding.
The oral surgeon will prescribe antibiotics and pain medication to reduce the risk of infection and pain. Also, the patient can minimize pain, swelling and bleeding by using ice packs and eating only soft foods. It is not recommended to chew using the implanted teeth for a few days.
To avoid complications, the patient must maintain a good dental hygiene including brushing and flossing around the implant as directed by the dentist. Also, it is necessary to do a scaling once a year. Smoking can also increase the risk of complications. Therefore, the patient must stop smoking at least 2 weeks after the surgery. In most cases, the patient can return to work the day after the procedure.

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The advantages of dental implants

The dental implants have several advantages. Indeed, the implants :

  • are natural and comfortable

  • have a higher success rate

  • improve chewing function

  • reduce the risk of cavities on the neighboring teeth

  • lead to a better bone retention at the site of the lost tooth

  • lead to a better bone retention at the site of the lost tooth

  • don't need to be removed and cleaned every night

Dental implants : risks and complications

As with any surgical procedure, the placement of a tooth implant involves certain risks, but they are rare and often easy to treat. These risks include one of the following:

  • Implant infection

  • Opening of the incision after the surgery

  • Implant movement

  • The exposure of the implant above the gum

  • Damage to the surrounding teeth or gums

  • Nerve damage

  • Sinus problems (due to the upper dental implants)

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