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Top Implant Companies

Top Implant Companies

Patients often asking questions such as who can be implanted and what are the conditions for implantation. Therefore, as one of the top implant companies, the SOLVO Dental Implant family has prepared an article for you.

Anyone over the age of 18 who does not have any health problems can receive implant treatment. Implants may not be preferred for people with incomplete bone development. Before implant treatment, the gums must be healthy. There is no upper age limit to prevent implant implantation as long as the person's general health is good and they have sufficient bone development. Anyone who has good general health can be implanted. However, the product your implant operator uses is as important as the ability. Therefore you need to choose the top implant companies that have acquired an significant place in the market such as SOLVO.

The implants have a certain length and thickness. The implant to be placed on the jawbone must have sufficient thickness and height volume. The quality of the bone is as important as the volume of the bone to be implanted. It is highly probable that the implant will be lost in bones with poor calcification and large pores. When implanting, infection, broken root remains, cysts, tumors and so on. formations should be checked. In the case of a single tooth or a lack of more than one tooth, if there is an appropriate amount of bone, implant treatment can be performed in each case.

Indications for dental implants in general are;

  • Complete and partial edentulous patients
  • Patients with chin and facial defects
  • Complete tooth deficiencies characterized by excessive resorbable crest (molten jawbone)
  • Patients with difficulty in the use of removable (removable) partial dentures
  • Patients who refuse to use removable dentures
  • Patients who do not want to have their healthy teeth cut to bridge
  • Patients who do not want to have their healthy teeth cut to bridge
  • Significant changes in any toothless site or soft tissue in which a full denture sits
  • Patients with impaired oral muscular coordination
  • Patients with parafunctional habits that impair the stability of the prosthesis
  • Patients with more expectations than full dentures
  • Patients with excessive vomiting reflex
  • Number and location in the presence of insufficient support tooth
  • Single tooth deficiency
  • Tooth loss or root fractures due to trauma
  • In the presence of intemal granulomas
  • External and intemal root resorption
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