The implant is placed in the jaw bone and artificial roots are made to support the prostheses. These are screws made of titanium, which replace missing teeth, which can be used for longevity and life-long problems. These are placed into the jaw bone by dentists in sterile environments with a small surgical procedure. After this procedure, the implant is fully anchored to the jaw bone in approximately two to three months. After these stages, the implant replaces the root of a real tooth, the implant will be placed on the case to carry the prosthesis. In some cases, general anesthesia may be applied to patients. In order for the implant to be applied, the bone structure to support the implant must be first and gums must be healthy. If these are not present, additional bone surgery is performed with the implant and the success rate is very high.
The biggest advantage of implant application is the implant prosthesis. In other words, patients have fixed teeth that have almost the same characteristics instead of lost teeth. A good practice to replace lost teeth can often give better results than your own teeth. For many years, the use of implant teeth may be possible. However, in order to achieve these, the implant application must be made under appropriate conditions. Patients are able to care for them like their own teeth and can use them without any problems. In addition, the bone in the area where the tooth is extracted will dissolve over time as it does not function. The implant will be made after the shooting will decrease the bone melting and then will stop completely. Therefore, the protection of bone is an important advantage obtained by the patient thanks to the implant.