What is Seamless Implant?

Seamless Implant And Its Advantages

Seamless Implant Application

Applying seamless and atraumatic techniques in implant treatment will minimize the discomfort that may occur after the procedure.

In cases where implants are required, when jawbone thickness and anatomical formations are appropriate, implants are placed with seamless implant technique with minimal intervention. According to the protocol of this technique, during the implant placement, the operation is performed without the use of a scalpel in the gums and then without stitches. In this way, the symptoms after surgery are further minimized (almost the slightest pain, swelling, hematoma, etc. disorders are greatly reduced).

In addition, soft tissue area around the implant heals quite quickly, while bone loss around the implant is significantly reduced.

Final result: patients experience dental implant treatments quickly, completely painlessly and atraumatically. The application of this technique requires significant surgical experience as well as technologically advanced equipment (digital 3D Dental Tomography for 3D analysis of radiographic data).


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Who are the dental implants made for?

Dental implant patients include individuals of all ages, and implants can be the right choice for anyone who is missing one, more or all teeth due to injury, disease or decay. The jaw normally completes its development at the age of 16 for girls and 18 for boys, and implant treatment may be an option afterwards. An implant dentist can determine whether it is right for you after the examination, taking into account your medical history according to your needs.

How do dental implants function?

The dental implant is in the form of a cylindrical and/or conical screw made of titanium and is surgically inserted into the jawbone. As you heal, your implant becomes osseointegree or fuses with your natural jawbone, the two grow together, forming a strong and long-lasting foundation for your spare teeth. This healing process can take weeks or months while you continue your daily life between appointments. After the implant is placed on the jawbone, a small connector called an abutment is placed on the implant. After that, prostheses containing a personal tooth, an implant-assisted bridge or multiple teeth are glued to the abutment.

What are the Advantages of Dental Implants Compared to Other Treatments?

Implants and Advantages

The best alternative to healthy, natural teeth

A strong and fused dental implant allows it to look, feel, and function like a natural tooth instead of a lost tooth. Other options can cause bone deterioration and interfere with eating, smiling, speaking and other daily life activities.

Long-Lasting Treatment

Dental implants are a long-term solution. Although traditional tooth-assisted dental bridges are only between the last five and seven years, and with proper care, mostly more than 10 years, they may need to be replaced at some points. While dental implants may need periodic adjustments, they can remain in the mouth for life when properly placed over time and attention is paid to them.

Maintain your natural face shape and smile

A toothless face can sag and look sad. Dental implants allow you to maintain the natural shape on your face and smile.

Protects your healthy bone

Leaving a gap in your mouth after losing one or more teeth can lead to additional health problems, such as the loss or deterioration of part of the jawbone. When it is not used to support a natural female, the jawbone deteriorates, losing its strength and firmness. Dental implants are the only dental restoration option that protects and stimulates the natural bone, in fact helping to promote bone growth and prevent bone loss.

Nutrition and Chewing Comfort

Taste and enjoy your favorite foods without hesitation. Naturally you can bite and eat almost anything you want. Unlike uncomfortable removable prostheses, you can taste the food you eat better with implants. In cases such as eating, talking, smiling, laughing, kissing, yawning or coughing, moving prostheses can slip, you need to "reposition" the prostheses in place of them in the mouth. The dental implant is fixed in place of the teeth and integrates naturally with your jawbone, your teeth do not play or slip in place.