Implants are artificial tooth roots placed in the jawbone in order to restore the function and aesthetics of teeth lost for various reasons.
Implants are made of titanium. Titanium is a high-tech metal with excellent tissue compatibility, which has been used safely in many fields of medicine for centuries. It forms a special bond with the bone and attaches cellularly to the place where it is placed. When this adhesion is completed (2-6 months), the prosthesis preparation process called superstructure is started.
All-On-Four Implant Technique
The All On Four implant technique is a procedure that allows the fixation of the dental prosthesis on the same day on four dental implants placed at certain angles in edentulous patients.
Jaw Bone Powders (Grafting)
Bone grafts, called bone powder, are obtained in various ways. Grafts of human origin, animal origin or synthetically produced are produced in the form of powder with small particles or in the form of blocks.