patient information

patient information

what is an implant?

what is an implant?

A dental implant is generally defined as an artificial root made of titanium material compatible with human biology and placed in the jawbone instead of the tooth root. It is used in the treatment of all kinds of tooth loss. After the implant placed in the bone fuses with the bone, the porcelain teeth are attached to the implant by screw or bonding method.
who does it apply to?

who does it apply to?

Dental implants can be applied to any individual who has a good general health condition and has completed adolescence and is found suitable for implant treatment by the physician.
in which cases is implant treatment dependent on physician diagnosis?

in which cases is implant treatment dependent on physician diagnosis?

In chronic diabetes patients,

in pregnant women,

In young individuals whose bone development has not yet been completed,

In people who consume excessive amounts of cigarettes,

Those with alcohol and drug addiction,

In patients with immune system deficiency,

In patients with chronic diseases such as hemophilia and high blood pressure,

Implant application can be risky, so follow your doctor's advice absolutely.
is there any harm?

is there any harm?

NucleOSS implants are produced from pure titanium, which has the best biocompatibility with the human body. It has been determined that 98% success has been achieved with implants that have been applied correctly and regularly maintained by the user.

As with all surgical operations, there are potential risks. Your doctor will make the healthiest and right decision for you.
how long is the life of the implant?

how long is the life of the implant?

Implants, like real teeth and roots, are in contact with bone and gums. Improper oral care can lead to inflammation around the teeth and between the implant and the gum. For this reason, implants can be used healthily for a long time when proper oral care is applied and regular controls are made.

Today, there are still patients who carry implants made 30 years ago in their mouths.
how is the implant applied? how is the recovery process?

how is the implant applied? how is the recovery process?

partial missing teeth

partial missing teeth

Single Tooth Missing | Missing Multiple Tooth

Hekim uygun gördüğü tedavi yöntemine göre seçtiği sayı ve tipte implantı protokole uygun şekilde yerleştirir, iyileşme ve protez aşamalarından sonra tedavi süreci tamamlanır.

Aşağıda verilen süreler genel bilgilerdir. Kişisel ve biyolojik ihtiyaçlarınız doğrultusunda hekiminiz bu sürelerde değişiklik ihtiyacı yaşayabilir.
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İmplantlar basit bir cerrahi ile çene kemiğine yerleştirilir.
after 90 days

after 90 days

İmplantlara dişeti şekillendiricileri takılıp protez işlemi başlatılır.
after 100 days

after 100 days

Porselen protezin yapıştırılacağı ara parça implantlara vidayla ya da yapıştırıcı ile sabitlenir ve işlemi tamamlanır.
cases of complete edentulism

cases of complete edentulism

Full dentures used in completely edentulous mouths can cause osteoporosis and make chewing difficult. It also causes pain as a result of pressure on your palate. Implant-supported removable/fixed prostheses, on the other hand, provide a more effective and more functional chewing movement, providing a comfortable and trouble-free solution.

Removable Prosthesis

The times given below are general information. Your doctor may need to change these periods in line with your personal and biological needs.
First day

First day

Implants are placed in the jawbone with a simple surgery.
After 90 days

After 90 days

Ring-shaped spacers are attached to the implants to connect the prosthesis and the implants.
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You can put on and take off your prosthesis whenever you want.

Fixed Prosthesis

About 90 days after the implants are placed in the jawbone, the teeth are permanently fixed. Now the patient has a prosthesis that cannot be put on or removed by himself.

The times given below are general information. Your doctor may need to change these periods in line with your personal and biological needs.
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how to care for implants?

how to care for implants?

post-surgical care

post-surgical care

first 1 hour

Inserted tampons should be kept in the mouth. It can be discarded if the bleeding does not continue. If it continues, the tampon should be changed every hour. If bleeding continues after 6 hours, consult your doctor. The best procedure to prevent bleeding is to apply pressure to the wound with tampons.

first 2 hours

Do not eat anything.

The first 48-72 hours; Do not consume excessively hot or cold food and drink. Room temperature and soft foods are suitable. Do not consume acidic, alcoholic beverages and spicy foods.

Swelling may occur in the operation area. On the first day, apply cold compress or ice intermittently (apply for 3 minutes and rest for 2 minutes). While doing this, be sure to wrap this or the frozen gel with a clean cloth or paper towel.

first week

Do not smoke.

Take the medications recommended by your doctor as described and on time. Do not use any other medication without your doctor's knowledge.

If the patient has diabetes (diabetes), he/she should continue to eat carefully and regularly in line with the doctor's recommendations.

You can apply normal brushing procedures to non-operated areas.

You can brush the teeth in the surgery area without touching the stitches and gums, according to the doctor's advice.

About two days after the operation, gargle with the mouthwash recommended by your dentist after brushing your teeth twice a day in the morning and evening.

Do not force your mouth to see the operation area, avoid probing with your tongue or finger.

After the time recommended by your doctor (7-10 days), have your stitches removed. Your doctor will make an appointment and follow up with you depending on your oral and healing speed.

Make sure to go to your appointments.

Be careful not to use the operation area while eating, eat soft foods one day after the operation.

Do not walk around in hot weather, avoid the sun, do not sit too close to heat sources such as stove heaters and do not take a shower with hot water on your face. Especially if you have had an operation involving the upper jaw, do not tilt your head too low and avoid blowing heavily.
post-prosthetic care

post-prosthetic care

Inflammation around the implant is inevitable as a result of poor cleaning of the implant area with a brush. Uncontrolled inflammation can lead to loss of the implant within a short time. Therefore, the area where the implant is in contact with the gums and the gaps between the neighbouring teeth must be thoroughly cleaned. In addition to a normal toothbrush, use floss and a brush with an interface.

In removable dentures, remove the denture and clean the inner parts with the help of a normal soft brush.

Clean all visible parts in the mouth with the help of a normal brush, interface brush and dental floss.

In fixed prostheses, the area between the gingiva and the prosthesis is to be cleaned with an interface brush.

Fixed dentures should be cleaned around the implant with dental floss or improved cleaning aids.

Your doctor will give you more detailed information about the cleaning of your prosthesis.

Clean the bacteria on the tongue and palate with the help of toothbrush, tongue cleaners and mouthwash.

Visit your dentist for dental calculus cleaning at least once a year.

Do not neglect to be examined in the periods determined by your doctor.
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