One of the best parts of our age is that technology is being developed day by day to make our life easier. Technology continues to develop rapidly in the medical field as in all fields. The semi-robot people and ironman characters that we are used to seeing in the movies have started to come true because of the needs. Now robotic arms and legs, vision and hearing implants and dental implants have become normal cases that we often encounter. Fortunately, it has been possible to see a faulty human treatment aside from replacing various diseases, accidents or congenital deficiencies in the recent past.
Dental implants started with the use of animal teeth in history and nowadays, with advanced technology and sterile treatments, they started to become superior treatments where you can have a completely natural tooth appearance. Hundreds of implant manufacturers are competing every year to make biocompatible implants with new innovative developments. For this reason, the success rate of dental implant bone connection has reached ninety percent success levels, and it has been used for a long time with aesthetic prostheses and vener crowns. In the first years of implant technology, 6 months of waiting for bone attachment has been reduced to 3 months over time, and treatment techniques have been developed as soon as we call immediat in people with sufficient bone quality. Although the implant was developed to replace missing teeth, bone grafts and soft tissue grafts, as well as hard and soft tissue losses, began to be compensated and replaced with implant technology.
Dental implants can be made in various numbers and sizes from single tooth deficiency to whole jaw tooth deficiency.
Designing implants with intraoral examinations, three-dimensional radiographs, shows successful results when supported by prosthetics with high biofunctional compatibility and aesthetics.
Keeping the oral hygiene at the optimum level of the people with the implant increases the long-term success of the implants and prostheses and the intraoral adaptation time.