Tooth deficiencies impair both the chewing functions and aesthetic appearance of the patients. For this reason, treatments to eliminate tooth deficiencies without damaging healthy teeth are called implant therapy. Sterile implant bodies, which are usually made of titanium, are applied to the jawbones under anesthesia in sterile environments by specialist physicians. Due to the properties of titanium, implant bodies, which hold very well to the jawbone, imitate the root of human teeth, while improving the aesthetics of patients while providing chewing function.
Implant operations are surgical operations and therefore the general health status of patients should be evaluated very well before implant treatments, but there are very few health conditions that prevent implant treatment.