Dental Implants - Nobody relishes the idea of dentures when it comes to their teeth, but living with gaps in your teeth can make you self-conscious of your smile and ultimately harm your future dental health. Now with dental implants, you don’t have to keep suffering! Dental implants offer welcome relief from the inconvenience of dentures or the embarrassment of gaps in your smile. With our competitive pricing and world-renowned service, it’s worth every penny.
How We Do It
Our dental experts use cutting-edge technology to attach a titanium ‘root’ to your jawline before installing a newly created tooth over top. Titanium is the metal that is most compatible with natural tissues as it creates an amazing cellular connection with the bone, meaning that it is essentially indistinguishable from the tooth you lost and there is little risk of it ever coming loose causing or discomfort. Dental implants, however, are about more than just replacing your teeth; the gaps in your smile put a strain on your jaw and surrounding teeth when you chew, which could ultimately lead to more problems with your other teeth in the future. Nature knows best, and dental implants are the closest thing to the original design we were given at birth. What’s more is that you’ll be able to laugh with confidence again.
Let’s Get You Smiling Again
Thanks to our options that are suitable for all budgets, there’s no reason to hesitate out of fear about the cost, so arrange a consultation at our partner clinic in London or at our main location in Izmir. You can also get a quote right now on our website. Contact us today and start to smile again.
What is an Implant?
Total prostheses (dentures) are not the only solution to missing teeth anymore. An implant is an artificial tooth root made of titanium that is placed into the jawbone in a simple operation. The root implants and prostheses placed over top of them allow patients to feel like they’re chewing their food with their own teeth once more.
Why Titanium Implants?
Titanium is a metal that is highly compatible with tissue, it is now used everywhere in medicine. In dentistry, titanium implants forge a special connection with the bone thanks to cellular compatibility. After an initial process lasting two to six months, a prosthesis called an upper structure is prepared for the implant. Today, implants are undoubtedly the best alternative to natural teeth.
What are Implants Recommended for?
Implants can become necessary if a patient is unable to use his or her prostheses due to the disappearance of bone tissue (osteolysis). Prostheses can then be placed over the implants, increasing retention. In the event of the loss of molar teeth, a fixed bridge may be inserted using a few implants, instead of a removable partial prosthesis. If a patient loses just a single tooth, a single implant can be placed in lieu of that tooth, maintaining the adjacent teeth. Implants can also help in maintaining the stability of dental bridges. If a gap is too large, a dental bridge may not be strong enough so one or two implants may be used to improve the support and durability of the bridge.
Are Implants Reliable and Durable?
Dentists have been pushing the boundaries to create reliable and high-quality implants since 1809. While near-perfect implants have been on the market for more than three decades, newer implant brands are also available. Your dentist can provide more information about the latest options on the market.
What are the Benefits of Implant Applications?
Osteolysis occurs as the result of tooth loss or trauma that causes a reduction in the jawbone and can prevent any prostheses from functioning properly. As a result, problems in chewing and speaking are inevitable. In replacing lost teeth, dentists also strive to create and insert a new tooth that is similar to the natural tooth in terms of function and appearance. The action of chewing has been perfectly developed by nature, meaning finding an identical replacement for a natural tooth is impossible. Implants provide the best solution for any problem stemming from the loss of teeth.
The Next Step
The next step is to arrange a private consultation with one of the INTERDENTAL associated clinics and offices in Paris, London, Rotterdam or our facility in Izmir. We would be happy to chat with you on the phone and answer any questions you may have.
We look forward to hearing from you.