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 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?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?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.