What is Dental Implant and How Is It Applied?
Dental Dental Implants are a metal post, usually made of titanium, that is surgically placed on your jawbone under the gum and acts as an artificial root. The root of the tooth must be opened before the implant can be screwed into an abutment. Once in place, a crown (Replacement Tooth) must be securely and carefully mounted by the dentist to the attachment to ensure the same mating as the rest of the natural teeth.
WHO CAN HAVE DENTAL IMPLANT TREATMENT?
It is possible to apply Dental Implant Treatment to every individual whose jaw and bone structure have reached the required maturity, who have sufficient bone structure, who do not have any problems in the X-ray, and who do not have a chronic and general disease determined by the physician.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF DENTAL IMPLANT TREATMENT?
Dental Dental Implants have many advantages. Some of those;
• They provide a natural look like your own teeth and help you feel like your real teeth.
• It prevents speech disorder that occurs in patients using prostheses and people with tooth deficiency problems.
• With its screwed structure, the roots of the lost teeth are fully seated.
• It eliminates problems such as not being able to eat due to sliding dentures. It is as strong as your real tooth due to its full fit to the root of the tooth.