Non Surgical Implants in Turkey

No Cutting, No Stitches

Accurate, safe, and predictable surgery

Shorter operation time

Shorter healing time with flapless surgery

No stitches or cutting are required resulting in a friendly procedure for the patient

Less discomfort following the procedure

Immediate prosthetics can be placed

Dental Implants Without Surgery (Guided Implant-Teet in Hour Technique)

(Guided Implant) Teeth-in-an-hour is a technique that can reduce the implant treatment time significantly. Thanks to new technology that allows us, it is possible to have dental implants and new, fully functioning teeth in the same appointment.

An essential part of the technique is the sophisticated radiographic techniques combined with computer technology to enable precise surgical placement of the implants. Detailed 3-D imaging is helping us very much. And this system allows us to assess bone structure accurately, map out the areas of best bone integrity, decide the exact position of implants, and even create a permanent prosthesis before the dental implant surgery.

Computer Guided Implants use 3/D Volumetric Tomography photos, which are input into a computer simulation program. The process is painless and quick and doesn’t require any surgical intervention.
Computer Guided Implantology (CGI) is a popular method of treatment that has been proven safe and effective.

Guided Implant Planning is based on three-dimensional images. This eliminates all uncertainty and risks. This technology has the main advantage of allowing the dentist to plan the procedure before it’s applied to the patient. This eliminates any potential errors and saves time.

Computer-Guided Implantology: The Fastest and Most Effective Dental Implant System

We keep abreast of all technological advancements in implant dentistry. One of these is Computer-Guided Implantology. This technology allows us to use allied surgical guides.

First, the patient’s lower jaw and upper jaw are measured. Next, the Volumetric Tomography Scanner takes three-dimensional images of the patient’s mouth. The results are then fed into a 3-D simulation program, where the dentist adds treatment options and creates a plaster cast. Our dentist and our dental technicians will examine the plaster cast closely and make any adjustments to angles or positions.

The final planning guide for the jaw is made as a gum (or surgical guide) overlay and delivered to the dentist. If the patient has good bone structure, the surgical guide can be placed in the patient’s mouth. The operation can proceed without the need to cut into the gums.

Both the surgical guide and the dental competence are crucial in the procedure. An implant placed incorrectly in the jawbone will disrupt the chewing function and cause a problem with the integration of the gums.

Advancements in Diagnostics, Planning, and Implementation for Precise Implant Placement and Immediate Functionality.

There is little healing time required for the bone to fill in the gap because the implants fit precisely into the surgical sites prepared for them. Implants are ready for an immediate function, and restorations can be loaded immediately without waiting times. The Non-Surgical Dental Implants process is completed in about one hour, and the patient leaves with their final teeth with a new smile and new life at the end of the appointment.

Guided Implant technique procedure can use for a single tooth, multiple teeth, and all teeth replacement. This way is particularly suitable for cases of total rehabilitation in patients who have already lost their teeth. It is also recommended in patients with coagulation disorders.

The diagnostics, implementation, and planning allow us complete control of processing parameters. We can determine the optimum position of the implant. Bio-mechanical, functional, and aesthetic needs, as well as the quantity and quality of bone at the selected location, are fully integrated into the process of decision-making.

Dental implants it is the fastest and most effective system. This technique makes implants much quicker and more comfortable for the patient. Do not suffer a prolonged postoperative and see how, in just 24 hours, one and make a healthy life without discomfort or scarring. And it’s a big plus for us when deciding on the intervention that causes placed ; only 2% of implants are rejection .

If you're considering dental implants, consider exploring non-surgical options. These techniques offer several benefits to patients:

Shorter Procedure: With non-surgical implants, the procedure can be completed in as little as ten minutes. This means less time spent in the dentist’s chair and a quicker return to your daily activities.

Minimal Bleeding: One significant advantage of non-surgical implants is that there is no incision into the gums, which leads to minimal bleeding. This is excellent news for patients who use blood thinners.

No Stitches: Since there is no incision, there is no need for stitches, eliminating a potential source of discomfort and inconvenience.

No Swelling: Patients will not experience swelling after treatment, a common side effect of traditional surgical procedures.

No Pain: Patients will not feel any pain during or after the operation, making the experience more comfortable and less stressful.

Low Infection Risk: With a lower risk of infection than traditional surgical procedures, non-surgical implants provide a safer option for patients.

No Surgical Procedure: Non-surgical implants do not require a surgical procedure, which means there is less trauma to the gums and less downtime for recovery.

Overall, non-surgical implant procedures offer several advantages for patients, including less time spent in the dentist’s chair, minimal bleeding, no need for stitches, no swelling or pain, low infection risk, and no surgical procedure required. If you’re interested in non-surgical dental implants, talk to your dentist or contact us to see if this option is right for you.

"Non-Surgical Dental Implants: Who is a Suitable Candidate?"

Our clinic has advanced technology that enables our skilled dental professionals to assess the structure of a patient’s jawbone. A non-surgical implant procedure can be performed if the bone is deemed suitable. However, suppose there is any loss or degradation in the bone structure, often seen in elderly patients or those with a medical condition that affects bone health. In that case, regular implant surgery may be recommended after bone replacement therapy. Our experienced dental physicians will carefully evaluate each patient’s situation to determine the most appropriate treatment plan.

What restrictions are there?

 If the patient has a limited mouth opening for infections in the area close to work or whether to make increased soft or hard tissues, it is necessary to lift the gum. (You can click here If you want to read our blog post about Bone Grafting-Sinus Lifting) 

We are ready to turn your treatment into a holiday at Marmaris Dental Center.

This type of surgery is available in high-end dental clinics in London, UK; however, as the technology is new and used for aesthetics, it is costly for the clinics. The costs are passed onto the patient with UK prices until £3,500 for an implant placed with this technique. We offer affordable prices with high quality.

We have three clinics in Turkey, and our clinic in Marmaris is one of Turkey’s best Dental Centres. Located in the center of Marmaris, the clinic has a CT Scanner and Implant planning team using the latest Guided Implant technology. The clinic is very modern and has excellent facilities for patient comfort. Patients travel from the UK, Europe, Canada, USA, and Australia to our clinic for this procedure. We are always trying to keep our prices as affordable as possible. We believe in time; the software will pay for itself as more people talk about our clinic and the technology we use.

Please do not hesitate to contact us to find the proper treatment method and get more detailed information about our affordable prices.

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