Implant Treatment


Although the nail is known as a screw in the public language, actually Implant; It is called an artificial tooth root made of titanium material.

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots placed in the jawbone to support dental prostheses. Dental implant applications are generally preferred in the presence of missing teeth that impair tooth and smile aesthetics. In dental implant applications, artificial tooth roots made of a material such as titanium, compatible with body tissues, are placed in the jawbone with a small surgical procedure in a sterile environment. The implant, which fully adheres to the jawbone in approximately 2-3 months, becomes capable of carrying the prosthesis to be placed on it. Existing gaps can be closed by applying it to areas with missing teeth or teeth. Another type of implant is dental implants. In cases where existing teeth are lost, an artificial tooth root is placed in the jawbone and gingiva to replace the tooth root. The teeth are placed on the newly positioned roots.

The conditions required for dental implant applications to provide healthy and aesthetic results are as follows:

  • It should be done by dentists who are experts in their field.
  • Implants that are compatible with the jawbone and allow rapid healing should be used.
  • Applied implant; It should not cause tooth and gum diseases and bone resorption.
  • Tooth and smile aesthetics should be provided by covering with materials that provide the closest appearance to the natural tooth.

What is a Dental Implant? Considerations in Implant Treatment

Implants can be applied to different parts of the body. A dental implant is a type of implant applied inside the mouth. Before the implant treatment, on the basis of tomographic x-ray images, the compatibility of the implants with the bone structure is determined in advance and the roadmap of the procedures to be performed is drawn. The duration of placing the implant in the patient’s mouth varies according to the patient’s bone structure, how many implants will be made, general needs and the operation to be performed. An operation can vary from 15 minutes to 1-2 hours. While the entire treatment can be completed in a single operation, it may be necessary to complete the treatment process with several operations.

One week after the implant is applied, the first controls are made and the existing stitches are removed. The next process, called “osseointegration”, begins the process of fusion of the bone and the titanium implant. Although recovery varies from person to person, the average time is between 2.5 and 3 months. At the end of 3 months, if there is no negative condition in the gingiva, the prosthesis process can be started. This process may take longer if sinus lifting or bone insertion procedures are performed. For example, a waiting period of up to 5-6 months can be entered. Today, with the development of implant materials and new technologies, this process is much shorter, and in some cases, a temporary tooth is made by measuring the day of the implant. This process is called rapid implant, in other words ‘We can call it ‘immediate upload’ .

What are the Risks in Implant Treatment?

The risk ratio that can be seen in implant treatment is as much as the risks seen in all oral and extraoral treatments. No other risk is encountered. We can talk about the risks that may arise from infection when the patient has inflammation in the mouth or in the area to be treated, or is not cleaned properly after the implant procedure, and if they are not properly cared for. Apart from these, smoking during the healing process is also one of the reasons that increase the risk of infection. In such a case, in order to avoid risks, patients should have regular check-ups and take the necessary precautions by paying attention to the details emphasized by the surgeon.

Who Cannot Have a Dental Implant?

Today, the implant can be applied to almost everyone. In patients with systemic diseases (diabetes, heart, blood pressure, etc.), the duration of the procedure is allowed and the implant is applied, with the follow-up and approval of the relevant doctor, with their diseases under control. It is not considered correct to apply an implant without the permission of the doctor who is under control and those who use drugs by suppressing the immune system and cancer patients (treated or seen). People who have one or more missing teeth are candidates for implant treatment. In patients who do not have any teeth in the mouth, they can apply a comfortable intraoral treatment that the patients can use much better and more comfortably with the implant application.

Decisive Differences Between Smart Implant and Ordinary Implant

1. Compatibility of the dental implant with the jawbone

Factors such as the material, design and surface structure of the implant used, the surgical procedure being performed in a sterile environment and without damaging the jawbone, and the preparation of the implant socket to fit the implant are important factors that ensure the compatibility of the implant with the jawbone.

  • Smart Implant : A high level of bone compatibility is targeted in implant applications performed by our prosthodontist and maxillofacial surgeon dentists under sterile conditions.
  • Ordinary Implant : Improper quality implants may cause problems in compatibility with the jawbone. Applications performed in inappropriate environments by dentists who are not experts in their field may reduce the compatibility of the implant with the jawbone.

2. Healing speed of the gingiva and jawbone

  • Smart Implant : Smart implants protect the application area with their special surface, provide a high level of harmony with the human body, accelerate the healing process of the gingiva and jawbone and support bone healing.
  • Ordinary Implant : Ordinary implants may be insufficient to support the healing of the jawbone, as they do not have a special surface containing three-dimensional details. It can be perceived as a foreign body by the body and can cause recession in the gums, infection and destruction of the jawbone.

3. Implant causing osteoporosis (bone loss) in the jawbone

  • Smart Implant : The use of three world- leading implant brands keeps the frequency of bone resorption low and prevents bone resorption, which can be seen in jawbone areas with missing teeth.
  • Ordinary Implant : Areas with missing teeth are prone to osteoporosis. Implants that are not made under suitable conditions and produced from ordinary materials can further increase the risk of osteoporosis.

4. Structural durability of the implant

  • Smart Implant : Smart implants that are compatible and durable with body tissues, do not put pressure on tissues with their low density, do not change color, do not cause allergic reactions, are guaranteed for a lifetime against manufacturing defects and do not wear out. After the application, our guest is presented with an “implant passport” emphasizing the originality of the implant.
  • Ordinary Implant : In ordinary implant applications; Undesirable results such as incompatibility with body tissues, breakage, falling, deterioration in its structure, causing allergic reactions, rejection of the implant by the jawbone, damage to other teeth and infection may occur.

In dental prostheses applied on smart implants, zirconium porcelains, which provide an important aesthetic advantage with their light transmittance and transparency, or empress and empress e-max porcelains, which make an aesthetic difference by providing an image close to natural teeth, are used. Every stage of dental prosthesis treatment is done with CadCam technology. Thanks to CadCam technology: mouth measurements are taken very clearly with the images taken from the mouth through cameras, the tooth and gum design is displayed and planned in the digital environment, dental prostheses are produced with computer-aided devices without touching. In addition to dental prostheses; Thanks to the laser technology, which allows painless and bleeding-free pink aesthetic applications without anesthesia and shortens the recovery time, pink aesthetics can be performed by performing the required gingival treatment. is provided.

1-2 Sessions

Number of Sessions

20 min.

Session Duration

Local anesthesia


3-7 Days



Back to Work

3-4 Weeks

Full Recovery





Attention: *For informational purposes only, please consult your doctor for diagnosis and treatment.


Frequently asked Questions

Implant prices; The control made by the dentist is evaluated according to the number of implants needed and the results of the x-ray. Implant prices also vary depending on which of the dental implant types is chosen.