DENTAL IMPLANT is performed in one or two stages. In two stages, the patient is implanted first and covered with gingiva. 1.5-2 months later, after the bone is fused with the implant, a second procedure under local anesthesia is performed to remove the implant from the soft tissue. In this way, the prosthesis stage is ready. In the single stage, both the implant and the healing head to be placed later are placed at the same time. In this way, the patient is prepared for the prosthesis to be performed after 1.5 months.
First Surgical Operation; Insertion of dental implants
In order to help osseointegration of the implants, the implant achieves osseointegration with the bone after 1.5 to 2 months. avoiding gums (eg eating soft foods) and remaining teeth regularly. Careful care and patience are other important factors that will increase the success of implant application. Your pre-op dentist will guide you through what you need to do.
Make you wear comfortable and plentiful clothing In order to prevent infection, you may want to use antibiotics before surgery, brush your teeth, rinse your mouth with an antiseptic mouthwash and have a needle to reduce the swelling after the surgery. Inserting Implants First of all, your dentist can give you a sedative effective medication for relaxation. applied. During the operation, you will hear speeches, sounds and treatment-related vibrations. Depending on the number of implants to be placed in the operation. Making an incision to see the bone
Making New Teeth
Your dentist places the implants in the jawbone. Completion of osseointegration can take 1.5-2 months to complete the implant. Your dentist places abutments (small metal pieces) that will connect the implant to the prosthesis. Your dentist needs a few weeks to heal before it is done.
Your dentist makes your prosthesis and places it on the abutments. The restoration may take one to two months to complete, as a few corrections may be required at this stage.