Dt. Yavuz Eker

  • İmplant
  • Yaprak Diş
  • Pembe Estetik
  • Diş Eti Hastalıkları
  • Botoks


Dental implants are materials made of texturally compatible titanium that can be applied to replace missing teeth. Implants can usually be applied to replace missing teeth or teeth. Whether you are suitable for an implant is determined as a result of the dentist’s examination. This may require some radiological tests.

After determining that you are suitable for the implant, implant transplantation is performed under local or general anesthesia. At the end of this process, the patient may experience pain one day. However, it is no different from a toothache. At the end of this process, patients often do not need painkillers. In order for the prosthesis to be attached, the implant must fuse with the jawbone. This period varies between 3 and 5 months. In the event of a situation called osteintegration, a dental prosthesis can be attached to the implant. In dentistry technology, studies are carried out to shorten the wearing time of the implant and prosthesis.

After the implant is transplanted to the patient, the cleaning of the implants should be at least as careful as the natural teeth. After the treatment, the doctor tells the patient how to care and clean the implant. In addition, the patient should undergo routine care by going through a doctor’s examination at regular intervals. Cleaning implants is no different from cleaning our natural teeth. However, there may be areas that are difficult to clean. In addition to regular brushing, the use of an interface brush and dental floss is also recommended. If a removable dental prosthesis is made on the implant surface, it is necessary to carefully and meticulously brush the upper surfaces of the implant.

If patients do not give importance to the cleanliness of the implants and disrupt their routine controls, the risk of infection around the implant is high. In addition, infection may occur if the doctor does not provide the necessary hygiene and sterilization conditions during implant planting. Since implant teeth are more sensitive than natural teeth, they are more affected by infection. If the resulting infection is not treated, the infection progresses and this greatly shortens the life of the implant.

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