Dental implant in Turkey
The purpose of the dental implantation (permanent tooth installation) is to instill new metal doses in place of the teeth, by replacing damaged or damaged teeth, or to compensate for missing teeth, due to diseases that cause advanced tooth damage.
For dental implantat, a cosmetic and functional target, they replace natural teeth. And lasting for life, and teeth are implanted in all cases, whether you have one, two or a group missing.
Turkey’s dental implantation is extremely sophisticated and is known as the cheapest and best country for dental implantation, we offer all our treatments with a dental and cane surgery professional.
How long will it take to stay in Istanbul?
Dental implantation take place in two stages.
In the first stage, the roots of the teeth made of titanium metal (a precious metal) are implanted in the jaw. This stage takes one day if there are no other treatments or a large number of teeth that need to be implanted. If the number is large or the patient needs other treatments, it will take several sessions more than one day.
The roots need a period of two to four months to accommodate bone tissue, which requires us to wait for the permanent tooth crowns to be installed. This means that the patient will need to return to the patient after two to three months in this period we will install temporary crowns on the roots and look like natural teeth.
Tooth material and color
The two crowns are made of Zircon, a high hardness cream stone that does not change color over time, and the stone color is chosen to suit the patient’s true tooth color. We use the latest technology, where color is electronically chosen by a scanner to match the patient’s true teeth by 100 percent.
In the hospital, we offer the fastest dental treatment in Turkey for our great experience and because the laboratories, scanners and manufacturing equipment are located within the hospital where it is manufactured in parallel with the treatment. Without the need for external laboratories such as in other clinics and centers.