Dental Implant Applied
The dental implant process consists of several stages. The first of these is inspection. The patient undergoes general health and dental examinations. If a problem is not encountered, the type and length of the implant to be applied are determined according to the condition of the patient’s teeth. The experience of the physician is very important in this regard.
In the second stage, the implant is placed in the mouth under local anesthesia. The duration of this process varies between 30-90 minutes depending on the number of implants.
In the third stage, the healing stage, the implant is expected to integrate with the bone. This waiting period varies between 2-6 months. Patients continue their normal nutrition without putting too much pressure on the implants. The physician calls the patient for examination at regular intervals and monitors the condition of the implant.
In the next step, the other part that makes up the implant, the abutment, is placed. For this process, the first piece should be surrounded by healthy bone.
In the final stage, the prosthesis is attached by taking the measurement of the upper structure. As a result of these procedures, your implant process will be completed, and you will have healthy teeth.