An implant is an artificial tooth root placed in the jawbone to restore the function and aesthetics of missing teeth.
There are different types of implants. However, the most popular implant type today is "screw" shaped ones.
Studies to create reliable and high quality implants have been going on since 1809. Your dentist will give you more detailed information on the subject.
If there is enough bone to place implants, then if you want a single tooth or more than one tooth, implants can be used.
Chewing more comfortably.
A happier and more successful social life with the recovery of self-confidence.
A healthier and balanced diet because it is possible to eat everything.
To be able to eat whatever you want.
A better aesthetic appearance.
Implants are prepared from materials that do not have any side effects for the organism. These substances do not resemble part of a living organism. It is not possible for the body to resist and reject them, as is the case with a heart and kidney transplant.