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Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made of titanium.

They become a part of the body as a result of the biological bond formed between titanium, which is biocompatible with human tissues, and the jawbone.

In single tooth deficiencies, implants enable easy elimination of tooth deficiency without any treatment on adjacent healthy teeth, and they also allow fixed solutions in multiple tooth deficiencies.

Implants are placed in the jawbone with a small surgical procedure under local anesthesia. After the procedure, pain and swelling are minimal. The person can easily continue his normal daily life after the procedure.

It takes approximately 3 months for the implants to fully attach to the jawbone following the placement procedure. At the end of this process, the restoration phase of the teeth starts. 

This stage lasts 3 to 10 days in line with the design of the teeth and the aesthetic demands of the patient.

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