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Dental Implants Right candidates, Features, Types, Procedure, Recovery, and Cost

Many people suffer tooth loss caused by tooth decay, periodontal disease, or injury. In the past, the only treatment options for those problems were dentures and bridges.

Dental Implants, or known as Implantology, is a surgical procedure that aims to restore your missing teeth to look and function much like real ones and get a smile that gives you comfort and confidence.

This surgery takes place by replacing teeth roots with a metal screw and replacing missing teeth with artificial teeth.

To better understand dental implants and why this process gives the definitive solution for missing teeth, do not hesitate to contact HayatMed to get your free consultation.

You’ll be satisfied with our dental technology and the expert dentists who guarantee you stunning results.

Who are The Right Candidates for Dental Implants? 

Right candidates must have healthy gums and a strong jawbone that can support the root. People who have oral health problems such as gingivitis or bone loss may not be suitable for a dental implant procedure.

However, in many cases, it’s possible to use a bone graft to support the jawbone before inserting dental implants.

On the other hand, for those people who can’t undergo a traditional dental implant, they may perform a mini dental implant. It is like the traditional one but has a thinner root. It means that you need less bone to carry the root.

The main advantage of mini implants is they can usually be inserted in one visit, so you will not need to wait for three to six months for the root to settle.

With HayatMed, you can be sure that our dentists will advise you honestly whether dental implants surgery works well for you and what is the best appropriate procedure.

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What are Features of Dental Implants? 

What are Features of Dental Implants?

There are many features, including:

  1. Improving your smile: Dental implants look like your natural teeth because they are prepared to merge with bone and become permanent.
  1. Improving your speech: With the standard dentures, teeth may slide within the mouth, causing mumble speech. While with dental implants, you will not experience this problem.
  1. Feeling comfortable: Because they become part of your natural teeth, so you will not suffer the discomfort problem of dentures.
  1. Eating easier: removable dentures may make eating difficult. Dental implants work like your natural teeth.
  1. Increasing self-confidence: dental implants can restore your original smile and improve your self-esteem. 

What are Dental Implants Types?

When we talk about the implants itself, there are two types:

Endosteal Implant 

This implant looks like a small screw. It is inserted directly into the jawbone. Once the gum has healed in the surrounding area, then the implant is attached to one artificial tooth or more.

Subperiosteal implant 

This implant consists of a metal frame which will be fitted below the gum tissue onto the jawbone. When the gum has healed, the artificial tooth or teeth are attached to the metal frame.

The subperiosteal implant is less common, but it is a solution for people who have a shallow jawbone, so the endosteal implant is not appropriate for them. 

What is the Full Denture Implants Procedure?

People who lost all their teeth may also think about full mouth implants.

In contrast to removable dentures, these are stabled in place permanently. Many people prefer fixed teeth more than ones they must remove for cleaning.

How is a Dental Implant Procedure Done? 

Implantology consists of several stages. This process can be performed by an experienced dentist, an oral surgeon, or a periodontist.

Preparation before the procedure 

Before the surgery, your specialist will make an x-ray image for the jaw. An x-ray will show the state of your teeth and jawbone.

Furthermore, the dentist will make a detailed examination to check the nerves, sinuses, and bone structure around the treated area. 

Then, he or she will examine your teeth and gums and treat any related problems before performing dental implant surgery.

Patients who have a low bone density or a damaged jawbone need first a bone graft to support the jaw. This step will happen by removing bone from another part of the Jaw and inserting it in the dental implant area.

This step will delay the teeth implant process.
Another thing that can extend the procedure is extractions.

You may have a damaged tooth need to be removed in preparation for the implant. You’ll need to wait a month or more between these stages.

Inserting the dental implant 

This procedure doesn’t need to stay at the hospital. It usually takes place at the dentist’s clinic, with local anesthesia. 

Your dentist will explain to you what’s most appropriate according to the number of implant teeth, and the operation complexity.

First, the dentist will create an incision in the gum to uncover the bone. Next, he or she will drill a hole in the jaw and screw the implant into place.

Once the dental implant is its place, the dentist will stitch the gum to protect the area from any wrack while chewing or eating.

You will feel pain in the implant area for a few days, and you must take care of cleaning, eating, and drinking.
During the healing process, which usually takes from four to six months, the implant merges with the bone – This process called osseointegration.

Installing the abutment 

Once the implant has fused with the bone, the surgeon will fix the abutment, which is an extension that sticks out from the gums and links the replacement tooth, or crown, to the implant.

The dentist will open the gum again above the implant to place this abutment, then he or she will close around it. This procedure needs a local anesthetic. 

Sometimes, the dentist may decide to put in both the implant and the abutment in the same surgery.

Your dentist may supply you with a temporary denture or bridge to wear during the healing period to avoid embarrassment. 

After about two weeks until the gum tissue should be completely recovered. It’s time to complete the surgery.

Fitting the crown 

Once your mouth has healed sufficiently, the dentist will take fresh dental impressions, he or she will shape the new tooth to match your existing tooth structure.

The crown color will be matched to the other teeth to make it look natural.
When the crown is ready, the surgeon will attach the crown to the abutment and fix it permanently.

What to Expect After Dental Implants Surgery? 

What to Expect After Dental Implants Surgery?

After the process, your mouth will take time to recover. It’s common to experience some side effects during this recovery time,

including:

  • Swelling of gums and face.
  • Bruises in gums and skin.
  • Pain in the treated area.
  • Mild bleeding.

This complication should all fade in a few days following the treatment.

If you notice any unfamiliar problems, you should contact your dentist immediately. 

The dentist will prescribe painkillers and antibiotics and advise you to eat on the opposite side of your mouth or avoid hard foods for a few days.
When you have recovered fully, you’ll be able to eat normally.

Keep in mind that it’s essential to brush and floss every day to keep your gums, implants, and natural teeth healthy.

Furthermore, you should visit your dentist periodically to check the status of the tooth implant.
At HayatMed, we provide free aftercare services. 

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Is Dental Implants Procedure Painful? 

Implantology is usually performed under local anesthetic, so you will not feel any pain during the process. 

After the surgery, the discomfort will differ from one case to another. In general, most people feel discomfort and feel pain in the treated area.

No worries; this pain typically can be controlled with painkiller medications. 

How much does teeth implants cost? 

Implantology is an expensive procedure that takes time and an experienced dentist to do the job right. 

The dental implants cost can vary depending on several factors:

  • The number of tooth implant.
  • Teeth status and gum problems, if any.
  • The complexity of the procedure.
  • Used materials quality.
  • The dentist who is performing the surgery
  • The clinic region.

It is difficult to give the Implantology cost before the individual consult with the dentist to check your status and determine your needs.

Be sure that Turkey is the right choice if you consider dental treatments. The main reason for that is its moderate prices compared with the neighboring countries and European countries.

At the same time, there you can achieve the desired results with experienced hands.

HayatMed for medical services, located in Istanbul, is equipped with the latest medical technologies to provide you with the best services besides the competitive prices.

Our dentists have extensive experiences and have achieved stunning results in the dental service field. 

Contact us and get the exact dental implants cost according to your condition or go back to read more about other dental procedures

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