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Can Everyone Get Dental Implants?

Dental implants, also known as screw-in teeth, are titanium screws placed in the jawbone to mimic the tooth root. Implants have become the favorite solution for replacing missing teeth. They can be applied to any healthy individual who has completed their growth and development and has a suitable jawbone. In cases where the jawbone is not adequate, implant treatment can still be performed after the necessary bone augmentation procedure. Moreover, individuals with various systemic diseases can also undergo implant treatments as long as their systemic conditions are under control.

Can Diabetics Get Dental Implants?

In today's advancements, even diabetic patients can undergo implant treatment if their disease is well-controlled, and their blood sugar levels are within the appropriate range.

Who Is Suitable for Implant Treatment?

To answer the question, "Who is suitable for dental implants?" let's provide a list of individuals who can benefit from this treatment:

  • Individuals with a single missing tooth
  • Individuals with multiple missing teeth
  • Those who do not want removable (removable) dentures
  • Those who prefer fixed dentures
  • Individuals who want the most natural-looking results
  • Those who desire an esthetic smile
  • People looking for long-lasting dentures
  • Individuals who prioritize oral hygiene and health

Additionally, there is no upper age limit for implant treatment for patients without systemic conditions that would hinder the procedure. However, in some cases, implant surgery may not be suitable. Still, depending on the state and severity of the disease, implant placement might still be possible. It is advisable for the individual to consult a dental clinic instead of deciding on their own. In such cases, it is essential to consult with the medical doctor before implant surgery and proceed with caution.

What to Consider When Getting Dental Implants?

Here are some factors to consider:

  • Patients with severe bone resorption, where the individual's age and health status make advanced bone transfer procedure risky.
  • Osteoporosis patients using bisphosphonate drugs.
  • Young individuals whose bone development has not yet completed.
  • Pregnant individuals.
  • Individuals with drug or alcohol addiction.
  • Patients who have received head and neck radiation therapy.
  • Certain connective tissue diseases.

Article written by Dentist Gülnaz AYDIN from Bodrum Dental Clinic Denthalikarnas.

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