Imlpant is the artificial tooth root made of titanium, which is placed in the jawbone to re-provide the function and aesthetics of the lost teeth, and today it is the best alternative to real teeth. Usually, implants should be considered as the primary treatment method in dentistry in partial or total lack of real teeth. Modern implants are implemented successfully for more than 50 years. In our clinic, the brands that proved themselves to the world are preferred.
What are dental implants?
A dental implant is an artificial root made of titanium metal. It is inserted into the jawbone to replace the root of the natural tooth. An artificial replacement tooth is attached to the implant. The implant acts as an anchor to hold the replacement tooth in place.
Dental implants are used to replace missing roots and support replacement teeth, which may be fixed to the implant(s). Or you may be able to take them out yourself. If one or more of your teeth are missing,there are a number of ways to replace them. An alternative to bridges,partials or complete dentures may be dental implants. Implants are used to replace missing roots and support artificial replacement teeth. They are comfortable and look like natural teeth.
Implants are not for everyone. You must be in good general health, have healthy gums and enough bone in your jaw to support the implant(s). You must be willing to see your dentist or dental specialist several times until the work is done, and take very good care of your implant(s). In addition, implants can cost more than other kinds of replacement teeth.
It's normal for bone to shrink if it no longer has teeth to support. Because an implant sticks to bone, the bone is less likely to shrink. But if you have been missing teeth for some time, you may have lost bone. A bone graft can build up the bone so it can support an implant. When a bone graft is done, bone is added to the area where your jawbone has shrunk.
Here's how an implant is done:
Your dentist, oral surgeon or periodontist will put a small metal post into your jawbone.
Over time, the post will bond with the bone around it.
The post (or implant) will act like an anchor to hold one or more false teeth in place.