How is the Implant Procedure Applied?Renewal Medical Clinic
The implant is a material that is applied to replace missing teeth, is made of titanium material, and is fully biologically compatible with the jawbone tissue.
How is Implant Treatment Planning Made?
Implant treatment begins with the clinical and radiological examination of the areas with missing teeth. As a result of planning, it is determined whether bone powder application or special procedures are required according to how many implants and jawbone condition in which region.
How is Implant Application Performed?
After the implant treatment is planned in detail, the procedure is started under local anesthesia and in this way, no pain is felt during the procedure. After the slots where the implants will sit on the jawbone are opened, the implants are placed and covered. During the operation, the top of the implant is either covered with the gingiva or covered with a material called the gingival healing cap. This process takes an average of 10-15 minutes per implant.
What is the Process After Implant Application?
Implants fuse within the jawbone within a period of 2 to 3 months. This period may be extended by 1-2 months for procedures such as bone powder inclusion or sinus lift. After making sure that the implants are completely fused with the jawbone, the construction phase of the implant-covered teeth, which lasts 10-15 days, begins. After the veneers are placed, the implant treatment ends and routine dentist checks are performed for 6 months – 1 year.
Will There Be Pain After Implant Treatment?
After the implants are placed, as long as the prescribed pain reliever and antibiotics are used and the precautions are followed, there is no pain for the first few days and then no pain. If there is extra pain and aches, checks are made again and the situation is determined.
What is the Life of Implant Treatment?
Since the implants fuse with the jawbone and the veneers with the upper structures are fixedly connected with the implant, they are life-long as long as regular personal care and physician checks are made.