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Implant Treatment

Implants are artificial tooth roots produced from body-compatible materials such as titanium and placed in the jawbone in the missing tooth area. With implant treatment, the missing area is completed without damaging other teeth. It also prevents the bone in the missing tooth area from melting.


Implant treatment is planned according to the patient's general health condition, oral examination and x-ray results. Implant treatment is performed under local anaesthesia. Our patients do not feel pain during implant surgery.


The timing of the prosthesis to be made on the implant is decided according to the brand of the implant, the missing tooth area, the patient's bone structure and the additional surgical procedures performed. There are cases where we make and complete the prosthesis within a week or cases where we make and complete the prosthesis after a period of 6 months.


Implant treatment is a treatment without age restriction except for children with incomplete bone development.

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What are the types of implants?

Implant types are examined in different categories according to the material, application method and the number of teeth they replace.

Dental Implants in terms of Construction Material

  • Titanium Dental Implants: Titanium dental implants are artificial tooth roots used in case of tooth loss. They consist of screw-shaped parts made of biocompatible titanium and fuse tightly with bone tissue after being placed under the gum. It feels like a natural tooth root and offers a solid chewing function.

  • Ceramic Dental Implants: Ceramic dental implants, which are preferred as a solution for aesthetic appearance and metal allergies, form a fixed foundation by tightly fusing with bone tissue. These implants, which are preferred especially in the front teeth, offer an aesthetic appearance close to the natural tooth.

  • One-piece ceramic implants: One-piece ceramic implants, which offer a fast treatment process and aesthetic appearance, provide a better tissue compatibility than titanium implants. In addition to providing an aesthetically beautiful appearance, the treatment process is faster than other implant types.

  • Ceramic Implants on Titanium: 

Implant Types According to Application Method

  • Endodontic Implants: These are types of implants that are placed inside the tooth and used to increase the durability of the tooth. They can be screwed, cylindrical or blade-shaped, usually made of metal or ceramic material.

  • Transosseous Implants: It is a type of implant that is placed throughout the jawbone, not in the area where the missing tooth is. Unlike other implants, they are placed by drilling a hole in the jawbone and adhere tightly to the bone. It is especially preferred in patients with inadequate jaw bone.

  • Intramucosal Implants: These are implants that are placed inside the gum and have a structure similar to a tooth root. It remains within the gum and does not come into direct contact with the bone. The healing process is faster than other types of implants and they provide an aesthetic appearance.

  • Subperiosteal Implants: These are implants placed on the jawbone, in the area between the jawbone and gums. It is preferred in cases where jaw bone tissue is insufficient due to gum recession. Although placing the implant requires less procedures, it may cause damage to the gum tissue.

  • Endostal Implants: They are placed within the jawbone and fixed within the bone tissue. It can be screwed or cylindrical. It is a type of implant that is frequently preferred to solve the problem of missing teeth. It is long-lasting and provides greater durability and stability than other types of implants.

    • Single Tooth Implants: It offers an ideal solution for single tooth loss. It is restored with a single implant placed in place of the missing tooth and an upper crown that resembles natural teeth.

    • Multiple Dental Implants:

    • All-on-4 and All-on-6 Dental Implants: Suitable for patients who want a complete jaw tooth replacement. Four or six implants are placed in the upper or lower jaw, providing a natural and natural-feeling tooth alignment. This method offers an effective solution in cases where full jaw tooth replacement is required.


    When planning the implant treatment, factors such as the general health status of the patient, oral examination and X-rays are taken into consideration. Implant treatment is performed under local anaesthesia and patients usually do not feel pain during surgery.

Types of Implants by Number

  1. Initial Evaluation and Planning: During the first examination to determine suitability for implant treatment, our physician examines the inside of the mouth in detail. Gums, lower and upper jaw, current tooth condition and suitability for the implant are evaluated with a detailed examination. In the planning phase, all details such as the number of implants to be used, implant structures, and type of dental prosthesis are determined. This planning is detailed by taking a three-dimensional tomographic image of the jaw, so that the area where the implant will be placed is precisely determined.

  2. Implant Operation: The implant operation performed by our specialist dentists is carried out with a plan appropriate to the patient's special condition. Before the operation, local anesthesia is applied to numb the teeth and jaw area. The slots where the implant will be placed are opened with surgical instruments and the implant is placed in these slots. In the stitched implant procedure, an incision is made in the gum area, the bone is reached and screws are applied. After the implant is placed, the operation is completed by stitching. Operation time may vary depending on the patient and the number of implants to be applied.

  3. Healing Process: This process includes the time required for the implant to fuse with the jawbone. The recovery process may take 3-6 months depending on the surgery. After the healing is completed, the preparation of implant-supported dentures begins.

  4. Prosthesis Installation: After the healing process is completed, preparations are made for the prosthesis to be made. Implant health is evaluated with panoramic x-rays. The healing caps are removed and the prosthesis is prepared. The prosthesis is manufactured and placed in accordance with the patient's measurements. This stage ensures that the patient receives the appropriate dental prosthesis. In the future, the prosthesis can be used like a natural tooth and the aesthetics of the person's smile is completed.

What are the Implant Treatment Stages?

The duration of implant dental treatment usually varies between 2 months and 9 months. Factors affecting the duration of treatment include the patient's response to the treatment, treatment planning, the number of teeth to be implanted, the preferred implant treatment method and the patient's compliance with the doctor's recommendations. The implant placement process can vary between 10 and 30 minutes. While the prosthesis completion process can be performed within a week in some cases, in some cases this period can extend up to 6 months. Each patient-specific evaluations determine the process of implant treatment.

How Long Does Implant Treatment Take?

Implant treatment is a treatment without age restriction except for children with incomplete bone development.

Who Can Have Implant Treatment?

    • To minimise the risk of infection at the implant site, it is important to avoid any contact with this area.

    • After implant treatment, oral care activities such as mouth rinsing and mouthwash should not be performed for about 3 days.

    • Tobacco and tobacco products should be avoided in the first week after the surgical procedure, and alcohol should not be consumed in the first 48 hours.

    • The implant site must not be tampered with with hard objects, such as toothpicks.

    • Care should be taken to avoid contact with the affected area while eating or drinking. On the first day of the operation, sports, showering and activities involving excessive movement should be avoided.

    • Lying position should be avoided for the first 2 hours after the operation.


    These precautions are important steps that patients should consider for the successful completion of implant treatment.

What Should Be Done After Dental Implant Treatment?

Oral hygiene is of great importance for the longevity and success of the dental implant. Patients should pay more attention at this stage. Regular brushing and flossing habits protect the health of the surrounding teeth and gums.


Dental implants can be sensitive to impact or injury. It is important to use protective equipment when playing sports. Also, hard foods should be avoided. Smoking can damage dental implants and shorten implant life. Therefore, patients who smoke are advised to quit smoking before damaging their implants.


Regular checks contribute to the longevity of the dental implant. By checking the implant regularly, your dentist can detect and intervene in possible problems early.


Teeth grinding can damage dental implants. Patients with grinding problems are advised to use a mouth guard when going to bed at night. Sugary foods and drinks can cause plaque build-up on dental implants, leading to tooth decay and gum disease, which can shorten the life of the implants.

How Should Dental Implant Care Be?

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