Dental Implants Turkey

Very professional dental clinic,affordable and it’s worth to pay a visit! I definitely recommend it!
Lauren pittard
Lauren pittard
I cannot fault the level of care and support received from the clinic in Antalya. The staff were professional and kind which lead to a smooth process and great looking teeth at the end of the journey
tammi mc garrigle
tammi mc garrigle
It was an amazing experience from start to finish. I am very happy with how my teeth turned out. And the staff are all lovely. They will go above and beyond for you. I was made feel really comfortable.
Alan Taylor
Alan Taylor
Sam taffy Evans
Sam taffy Evans
Amazing experience with orbismised From the transfers to the hotel, clinic ,dentist and team treated me excellent I would highly recommend. Thank you orbismed clinics
Nicholas Spencer
Nicholas Spencer
Can I give 6 stars? I had a great experience with Orbismed. I’d actually suffered for years and just learn how to live with my troublesome ‘British teeth’. The time came that I needed to do something about it and the UK simply wasn’t an option. I’d heard ‘horror stories’ about people coming to Turkey for their teeth done but I did my research and I found Orbismed. The feedback I received initially convinced me of their professionalism but I was still nervous. What I can say now.. with a full set of zirconium crowns (28) is that I wasn’t wrong to trust these guys. They are total professionals and what you have to remember is that this is their speciality unlike our UK dentists. I’m a very nervous dental patient so I wondered how they would cope with me, it can’t have been easy!! I can’t fault the work at all and I’m really happy that it was clear my dentists were more conscientious about their work than even I was! I was picked up from the airport in a luxury car, delivered to a perfect all inclusive hotel and my English speaking assistant kept in touch with me all along the way and made sure I was completely happy. They are all genuinely nice people and although I’m happy the drilling is over, I will genuinely miss all the people at Orbismed. They have a 100% recommendation from me. Thank you Orbismed!!!!
andy parsons
andy parsons
1st class service from ⁢⁣ Furkan and the obismed team nothing was a problem dental work was excellent would recommend to anyone unsure of travelling abroad great value for money
nadine richardson
nadine richardson
Great service from start too finish, was made too feel very welcome from Aycin from the coordination department, would highly recommend
sarah rainbird
sarah rainbird
I have recently come home from a fantastic week in Turkey with Orbismed. Everyone is amazing and made me feel like royalty. Furkan was so nice and helpful, a real happy kind person who made me feel extremely calm all the way. He helped me with all my questions too. I would highly recommend Orbismed to all my friends. Elham also a real star and extremely calming and helped throughout the process. ORBISMED are the best xxx
Stevianne Baines
Stevianne Baines
Visited from the UK, I was extremely nervous about the procedure (total implants) I needn't have been, everyone from the coordinators in the UK, to the surgeon, cosmetic dentist and all the staff have been amazing. Could not be happier with my new smile, thank you Orbismed, I will be recommending to everyone!!!!

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a cutting-edge solution in restorative dentistry that serves as a replacement for the roots of missing teeth. Made typically from biocompatible materials like titanium, they are surgically anchored into the jawbone beneath the gum line. Once in place and properly healed, dental implants can support a variety of dental prosthetics, including crowns, bridges, and dentures.

Key Features and Benefits:

  1. Stability and Comfort: Dental implants provide a stable and secure foundation for replacement teeth, eliminating the slippage and movement often associated with traditional dentures.
  2. Bone Preservation: They prevent the jawbone from deteriorating by providing the stimulation that was previously supplied by natural tooth roots.
  3. Natural Appearance: When topped with custom-made crowns, implants closely resemble and function like natural teeth, ensuring that the recipient’s smile looks and feels authentic.
  4. Durability: With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last a lifetime, making them a long-term solution for missing teeth.
  5. Improved Oral Health: Unlike tooth-supported bridges, implants don’t require reducing other teeth. This means more of your own teeth are left intact, improving long-term oral health.
  6. Convenience: Dental implants eliminate the inconvenience of removing dentures, as well as the need for messy adhesives to keep them in place.
  7. Improved Speech and Eating: They allow for clear speech without the worry of slipping dentures, and they function like natural teeth, allowing individuals to eat their favorite foods without hesitation.

The Process of Dental Implantation

  1. Consultation: It starts with a thorough dental exam, medical history review, and planning between a dental surgeon and a restorative dentist.
  2. Bone Grafting (if needed): If there’s insufficient bone for implantation, a bone graft might be necessary.
  3. Implant Placement: The titanium root is placed in the jawbone through a surgical procedure. This is often followed by a healing period to allow osseointegration.
  4. Osseointegration: Over the course of a few months, the implant fuses with the bone, creating a solid foundation.
  5. Abutment Placement: Once healing is confirmed, an abutment is added. This protrudes above the gum line and will support the final prosthesis.
  6. Restoration Placement: Depending on the number of teeth being replaced, a crown, bridge, or denture is fixed onto the abutment.

The dental implant procedure usually involves several stages spread out over a few months. The process begins with a detailed assessment and planning, followed by the surgical insertion of the implant into the jawbone. After insertion, the bone around the implant needs time to heal and integrate with the implant in a process called osseointegration. Once the healing is complete, an abutment is attached to the implant, and finally, a custom-made crown, bridge, or denture is placed on top.

Potential Drawbacks:

While dental implants have a high success rate, they might not be suitable for everyone. Patients with certain conditions or diseases, like uncontrolled diabetes or osteoporosis, may face higher risks. Additionally, the process can be more expensive than other tooth replacement options, and insurance may not always cover the costs.

In conclusion, dental implants represent a revolutionary advancement in the field of dentistry, offering a permanent and aesthetically pleasing solution to the problem of missing teeth. As with any medical procedure, it’s crucial to consult with a dental professional to determine if implants are the right choice for an individual’s specific needs and circumstances.

Components of Dental Implants

Dental implants are composed of several components, each designed to fulfill a specific function in the process of replacing missing teeth. Here’s a breakdown of the primary parts of dental implants:

  1. Implant Body or Fixture:
  • This is the root portion of the implant and resembles a screw or post.
  • Made usually from titanium, a biocompatible metal, this part is surgically embedded into the jawbone, where it fuses with the bone in a process called osseointegration.
  • The fixture is the foundation of the implant and provides the stability needed to support the final restoration.
  1. Abutment:
  • The abutment is the connecting piece that links the implant body to the dental prosthesis.
  • Once the implant body has properly integrated into the jawbone, the abutment is screwed onto the top of the implant.
  • It serves as a base or platform for the final dental restoration (crown, bridge, or denture).
  1. Restoration:
  • This refers to the visible part of the tooth replacement and can be a single crown, bridge, or denture.
  • Crown: If replacing a single tooth, a custom-made crown is fabricated to fit over the abutment. It is designed to resemble the surrounding natural teeth in shape, size, and color.
  • Bridge: In cases where several adjacent teeth are missing, a bridge can be anchored to one or more dental implants.
  • Denture: Implant-supported dentures can be either full or partial. They connect to multiple implants to provide better stability and comfort compared to traditional dentures.
  1. Healing Cap or Healing Abutment:
  • After the implant body is placed in the jawbone, a healing cap or healing abutment is sometimes screwed onto the top to guide the gum tissue to heal in a particular shape and to protect the implant site.
  • After sufficient healing, this is removed to place the final abutment.
  1. Cover Screw:
  • This is a small component that is initially placed to cover the opening of the implant body during the osseointegration period.
  • It’s typically used in two-stage implant procedures and is replaced by the abutment after the healing period.

Understanding the components of dental implants helps in appreciating the intricacy of the implant process and the cohesive work of each part to provide a stable and long-lasting tooth replacement solution.

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