Getting dental implants is one of the most expensive treatments you can get from a dentist. Not only is it expensive, it is also a treatment that takes a long time. Getting an implant means getting a new set of teeth from the scratch. This results in a very expensive price tag in most countries. However, dental implant prices in Turkey are very affordable. A single implant cost between 275 euros to 405 euros. Price changes according to the dentist’s reputation and the core of the material.
Implants might seem a bit too expensive for some people. For those people, there are some other alternatives that are less costly. These alternatives are full mouth dentures, partial dentures and fixed bridges. All of these are quicker methods that also cost a lot less.
The overall prices for tooth implants change based on the brands name.This does not mean that the implants that cost less are not as good as their more expensive counterparts.The most affordable implant we use is the brand OSSTEM from Korea.Even though its more cheap, the quality is still there and its also considered one of the most used implant brands in the world. When getting implants, reliance is everything.
We really advise our patients to go for all on six method instead of the all on four. Because, all on four is a very new method and we certainly know for a fact that patients give much better feedbacks to all on six. We only do all on four if its absolutely the only way to treat the patient. In that case, the average cost for all on four treatment is about 2300 euros.
Dental implants cost more compared to veneers and crowns simply because there is more work to be done in implants.For implants, titanium is the main ingredient and it has to be created in special conditions. This makes them more challenging for manufacturers. And also with crowns and veneers, you don’t create the bone or the teeth from the scratch. With implants, you trick your body to create a new tissue around the gums. Not to mention the entire treatment takes a very long time to be considered done and requires multiple visits to a dentist. All of these adds to the overall cost of the implant procedure.
The average price for a full mouth implant is about 5000 to 6000 euros. But, this number can go up if the patient wants a specific brand for their implants or if he/she needs a bone graft. Sometimes a bone graft or tooth extraction might be needed to create a jaw that is suitable for implant procedure. This can result in higher overall prices.
If you want to try a different treatment option, dentures and bridges might be more suitable to you. They are cheaper and quicker fixes but don’t expect them to perform the same way an implant would.
There is no way to get free implants unless you are a dentist yourself.
Implant costs for per unit change based on the quality of the material and manufacturer. The average cost of the implants can go from 275 euros being the cheapest to 405 being the most costly.
We only use diamond tooth implants if our patients specifically asks for it. They are a bit more expensive compared to regular implants. The average prices range from 300 euros to 400 euros per unit.
Implants are lifelong solutions. They are strong, durable and can withstand the same kind of pressure that a real tooth can. They usually last about 30 years depending on how you take care of them. Avoid the usual stuff and use mouth protection when doing contact sports. Implants are there for life.
Yes you can. If you are missing your entire teeth, its entirely possible to get all those teeth back with full mouth dental implants. But, you need to have enough bone on your jaw and you should be physically healthy. With that being said, you need to know that full mouth dental implants are much more costly and challenging for patients. It’s a long process and you need to be mentally ready to take this treatment.
Getting implants do not hurt the patient. You will be under local anesthesia and the most you can feel is a slight discomfort. However, expect a little bit of bleeding and slight pain after the procedure. But don’t worry, its perfectly normal to bleed and feel a bit pain, it will go away in a couple of days.
We call them single tooth implants. It’s basically an implant and we use it on a singular tooth.
It really depends on the patient. We can’t really say one is better than the other. But, we can say that the implants are more reliable and a must if the patient has literally zero teeth. Bridge treatment has less potential complications and the recovery time is a lot shorter compared to implants. In the end, both has different values for different people.
Cleaning your all on four implants is essential for your oral hygiene. Brush your teeth twice a day and use floss to remove foods that the brush cant. Pay attention to your gumline and brush it gently. You can also buy a rubber tip gum stimulator to remove tiny particles and dirt from your gums.
When you get all on four implants, it will feel awkward at first and you might feel weird at your mouth. But, the same thing happens in pretty much every dental treatment method. Even laminate veneers feel odd at first, but in time people get used to it and forget its presence. All on four implants feel natural If you give them and yourself time.
No they are not. All on four implants are also known as all on four dentures. Because of that, people assume that this type of implants can be removed at night and can be reinserted in the morning. This is a false information, all on four implants cant be removed.
We advise our patients to stick to soft foods for a while. Hard and chewy foods puts too much pressure into your newly made implants, this doesn’t mean you cant eat them but rather you should be much more careful while eating those foods. Some of these foods are; nuts,popcorn kernels, ice cubes, hard ice cream and foods of that type.
No. Dental implant procedure, whether it be all on four or all on six, is a long term process. The entire procedure takes about 5 months and requires multiple visits to your dentist. You actually go under 2 procedures considering the fact that you also need to take crowns for the tip portion of implants.
For the most part, yes. Implant procedure has been around for long time. Because of that, we have enough evidence to support its very high success rate. There are some possible scenarios where the procedure might create unwanted complications. But all of these scenarios can be easily prevented with communication between the dentist and the patient. As long as the patients health background is correct and the patient is healthy, our dentists will make the last call and decide if its good for the patient or not.
All on four implants are a bit cheaper compared to full mouth implants and all on six implants. The general price for the all on four implants is about 2300 euros. This number can go higher depending on if bone graft and tooth extraction treatments are required as well.
Few people cant participate in a dental implant surgery. Pregnant and nursing woman can’t take implant procedures. People who have extreme diabetes should not be going under implant procedure as well. Smoking also reduces the chances of success in an implant surgery and should be limited at least a month before the procedure.
For some, yes. Zirconium has a %100 biocompatibility and mashes with our body pretty well. They also do not cause electrical conduction in our mouth. Zirconia is also a very durable implant type with a very natural and desirable look. All of this makes it a very good and a viable implant. However, it should be noted that there is not enough evidence for their success because zirconia implants are rather new in dental world. Its not as reliable as regular implants
Contrary to the general belief, implant procedure is a relatively short surgery. After anesthesia, it takes about 20 minutes to complete the procedure. Patients can go to their hotel or home about an 1 hour after the surgery.
Anyone who completed their 16th birthday can take this procedure.
If you have the adequate bone size and if the surgery went swimmingly, we will do the crown loading immediately. However, if you lack the optimal bone quality and size, we will have to divide the entire procedure to two parts for your safety. If that’s the case, we will do the second part 5 months after the initial surgery.
No. If you have gingivitis or periodontitis, we will have to deal with those first. Implant procedure puts lots of stress to gums, it would be very unwise to put a stress to an already stressed gums. The blood would be too much and the success rate of the procedure would be significantly reduced.
Yes and no. Smoking does not block you from taking this procedure. However, it does reduce the chances of this procedure being a success. This, obviously depends on how heavy of a smoker you are, but the general line is that you should lower the amount you smoke for a month before the procedure.