treatment options

Implant in Single Tooth Deficiency

If there are teeth on the right or left of the deficiency area, the implant is located in empty area by protecting the teeth. By means of this treatment, other teeth are not damaged in order to support implant as in traditional bridge therapy. By the virtue of placed implant, surrounding bone and supportive tissues are preserved.

Dental Implant in Multiple Deficiencies

It is possible to treat multiple teeth deficiencies with the implants at the same or less number of lost teeth. With this method, it may be possible to use a fixed prosthesis instead of removable prosthesis.

There are many outstanding features of fixed prosthesis compared to removable prosthesis. The patient adapts more quickly to a fixed prosthesis, more effective chewing and aesthetic results are obtained with implant than removable prosthesis.

Implant Application in Completely Edentulous Mouths

Today, lifetime is very long compared to previous years and a more qualified old age is aimed at. Implant application in completely edentulous patients is the most important development in dentistry that serves this development process.

The biggest problem with completely edentulous patients is that the patients do not feel safe with conventional prosthetic options available to them. In the scans made in elderly patients with edentulous, it was found that 66% of the patients were not satisfied with the denture prostheses. Complaints are generally defined as not fully fitting of lower jaw prostheses, moving with various movements, lack of capturing and pain.

Many studies state that implant supported dentures offer a more qualified life than traditional dentures. The patient who carries his/her prosthesis in the mouth securely gains his/her self-esteem and organizes his/her psychology. In addition, by increasing the diversity of food, elderly patients could have the chance to move his/her nutrition and general health to a better level by the virtue of implant-supported prostheses which have a better masticatory function.