Tooth loss can occur for many reasons, including caries, injuries and accidents and cause a lot of discomfort. But the absence of one or more teeth does not mean that you are deprived of your charming smile forever.
Dental implants can provide a solid foundation for the replacement of teeth that cannot be distinguished from the natural ones. Our specialists can help you change your lifestyle, gain comfort and self-confidence, enjoy food, conversation and all the pleasures of life by installing dental implants.
Reself clinic is equipped with modern technologies of implant prosthetics. Our dentists use the most advanced diagnostic technologies in dentistry such as panoramic x-rays and 3D tomography.
Orthopantomogram (panoramic x-rays) helps to determine the type and size of the required implant, as well as the position at which the prosthesis will be most in contact with the bone for strong fixation. 3D volumetric tomography is designed to provide a complete picture of the state of the oral cavity and maxillofacial structures and allows you to plan treatment in the field of dental implantology more accurately.
Who May Need Dental Implant
Conditions for successful installation of dental implants:
- Healthy gums
- Strong bone structure
- Sufficient density of dental tissue
- Missing one or more teeth
- Healthy tissue of the oral cavity
During Dental Implants Installation
Installation of the implants presupposes local anesthesia, which relieves possible pain.
Dr Serder Yalchin will surgically insert a dental implant into the jaw bone, where it serves as the basis for missing teeth.
The titanium used in implant dentistry is designed to provide more rapid engraftment of the implant to the jawbone. It also prevents sliding of the implant or damage to the dental prosthesis. Your dentist will place a thin titanium rod under the gum in the area of the missing tooth.
The rod is inserted directly into the jaw, where it is attached to the bone and acts as a solid foundation for the next few weeks. The doctor may also install a temporary crown until the healing process of the rod is completed. As soon as the healing process is completed, the dental implant becomes an integral part of your mouth and is ready to install a permanent crown.
You will have a custom crown, which will be in harmony with the color of the other teeth. The installed crown will provide a natural look of the implant and will serve you as a full-fledged natural tooth.