Dental implant is one of the ideal treatment methods for restoring lost teeth and, accordingly, lost functionality and esthetics.

Dental implant
treatment broke new ground by offering an extremely comfortable and durable solution in order to eliminate missing teeth, lost smile due to missing teeth, and difficulty with chewing and speaking. However, the process of placing dental implants can be frightening to some for various reasons, especially pain. You should know that; If you have lost one or more of your teeth and/or your removable dentures are disturbing you, you should not be afraid of placing an implant to restore your smile.

If you are afraid of dental implant treatment, beware!

If you need dental implant treatment but are afraid to take action due to the thought of pain, we have great news for you: Dental implant is not a painful treatment to be feared. And in general, the dental implant treatment process is not a traumatic process. As a matter of fact, dental implant treatment is performed under local anesthesia and all stages from the beginning to the end of the process are performed by an implant surgery specialist.

If you are in safe hands, you will feel safe. One of the most important advantages of dental implant treatment is that it provides a long-term solution. When proper care is provided, in other words, oral hygiene is maintained and regular medical check-ups are provided, you can lead a comfortable life with your dental implants for more than 20 years. Of course, regular doctor controls are necessary for people who do not have implants, too.

High success rate in dental implant

We have achieved a high success and satisfaction rate in terms of osseointegration (bone-implant connection) with our dentists who are experts in dental implantology, our state-of-the-art devices, and the materials we use that we do not compromise on quality.

The secret of success in dental implants

Before performing the dental implant treatment, we examine our patients in detail and take their anamnesis. We determine the amount and quality of existing bone with radiological imaging works, which is one of the elements that will ensure the success of your dental implant placement.

This information also shows us whether if the anatomical structures adjacent to the space where the implant will be placed, both bone and gingiva, are in optimal condition. If you have a chronic disease such as diabetes, risk of osteoporosis or a special condition such as smoking more than 10 cigarettes a day, our surgeons will evaluate all these conditions and plan the most appropriate treatment plan for you. All these steps serve to eliminate the risk of failure in dental implant treatment.