Dentist in Turkey Prices

Dentist in Turkey Prices, Istanbul

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TREATMENT DIAGNOSTICSPRICES (EUR)LENGTH OF STAY
EXAMINATION (DENTAL CHECK-UP)Free
PANORAMIC X-RAY€15
DENTAL TOMOGRAPHY€40
TEETH CLEANING€50
TEETH WHITENING (LASER BLEACHING)€250
DENTAL CONSERVATION FILLING (WHITE COMPOSITE)€50
COMPOSITE LAMINATE (BONDING)€100
CERAMIC CROWN€1505 Days
ZIRCONIUM CROWN€3005 Days
E.MAX CROWN€3005 Days
LAMINATE VENEER€3005 Days
ROOT CANAL TREATMENT (TOOTH WITH ONE ROOT CANAL AND COMPOSITE FILLING)€100
ROOT CANAL TREATMENT (ADDITIONAL CANALS)€50
TOOTH EXTRACTION€501 Day
COMPLICATED TOOTH EXTRACTION€1001 Day
IMPACTED TOOTH EXTRACTION€1501 Day
FLAP SURGERY (ONE SECTION)€2001 Day
DENTAL IMPLANTS (IMPLANT+TITANIUM ABUTMENT)
STRAUMANN    (SWISS)€9001-2 days on first visit; second visit in 2 months; 6 days on second visit
DENTAL RATIO-MEISINGER / OKTAGON    (GERMAN)€6001-2 days on first visit; second visit in 2 months; 6 days on second visit
DENTSPLY SIRONA / ANKYLOS    (GERMAN)€6001-2 days on first visit; second visit in 2 months; 6 days on second visit
OSSTEM    (SOUTH KOREAN)€3001-2 days on first visit; second visit in 2 months; 6 days on second visit
BONE GRAFTING + MEMBRANE€350
SINUS LIFTING (GRAFT INCLUDED)€600

3. AM I A CANDIDATE FOR DENTAL implants

You Have Missing Teeth

There are many reasons you might lose teeth. Common causes of tooth loss include periodontal disease and facial trauma. Dental implants are a solution for tooth loss. Implants are an incredibly versatile solution, too. They can replace a single missing tooth, several missing teeth, or even an entire arch of missing teeth. Dental implants may also be discussed if you need to have one or more teeth extracted.

You Are Healthy

To get dental implants, you need to undergo surgery. To be cleared to get surgery, you have to be in good health. Certain health conditions, including heart disease and diabetes, can impact your candidacy. Just because you have one of these conditions, however, this does not mean you cannot get implants. The condition will first need to be well-controlled. Placing implants when your condition is not well-managed can cause complications during surgery as well as during recovery. It can also impact the success of the treatment.

In addition to your overall health, your oral health also plays a role. If you have any oral health conditions, such as periodontal disease or cavities, these conditions will need to be treated. Otherwise, your risks for infections and implant failure increase significantly.

Your Jawbone Is In Good Shape

The condition of your jawbone plays a significant role in your candidacy for implants. Your jawbone fuses to the implant posts as you heal, stabilizing them so they can provide secure support for your replacement teeth. However, after tooth loss, your jawbone begins to lose bone mass and weaken. If you lose too much bone mass, your jawbone cannot fuse to the implant posts properly, or at all. This can result in loose implant posts or total implant failure.

If your jawbone is too weak during your initial consultation, you may be recommended for a bone graft. This is a surgical procedure that involves transplanting bone material from another area of your body, or a compatible donor, to the weak areas of your jawbone. Once healed from this surgery, we can begin the implant process.

You Are An Adult

You are never too old for dental implants. Many older patients mistakenly believe that they are too old to enjoy the many benefits that implants have to offer. This just is not true. So long as you meet other requirements, it does not matter how old you are. It is important to keep in mind, though, that you can be too young.

Dental implants are not recommended for children or teens who lose a permanent tooth. This is because the jawbone is still growing and developing. It continues to do so until your late teens to early 20s. Placing an implant in an underdeveloped jaw can cause complications. If your child has lost a permanent tooth, another treatment, such as a bridge, should be used. Once the jaw has stopped growing, your child can then consider getting an implant.

You Do Not Drink Or Smoke

During your initial consultation, you will be questioned about your lifestyle habits, particularly your drinking and tobacco habits. Alcohol use can affect the ability of your blood to clot, which can cause issues during surgery. Smoking and other tobacco products can affect oxygen in your blood and slow your blood flow. This can slow the healing process, which greatly increases your risk of infections.

Additionally, cigarettes and other tobacco products can interfere with your immune system, which also increases your infection risk. Alcohol and tobacco use do not mean you cannot get implants. You will be recommended to quit these habits before surgery. Quitting for good is ideal. However, if you are unable to quit smoking completely, you should at least quit for the duration of your treatment.

4. Dental Implants Steps

Are you getting ready for a dental implant? Make sure you take a look at this guide to learn about the dental implant steps and what you can expect…. When you get dental implants, you are replacing the tooth roots with tooth posts made of metal. These dental posts are like screws for artificial teeth. Implants are a little different than some bridges or crowns because they function and look like real teeth.

How your dentist performs the dental procedure depends on the implant you need, if you have any allergic reaction, and the condition of the jawbone. You may have to have several dental procedures so that your bone can heal properly around the implant. This healing could take time but will support the new tooth securely.

Step 1: Initial Evaluation

Your dentist or oral surgeon will first do a comprehensive examination to determine the best to determine the condition of your jawbone and the best dental implant procedure. This initial evaluation includes X-rays, taking impressions, and matching the color of your teeth to make your implant look as natural as possible.

You will determine how many teeth you want to replace with implants, which could take some additional planning with other dental specialists, like periodontists, depending on your oral health condition.

You will also discuss all your medical conditions and medications. Depending on your condition or orthopedic implants, you may need to take antibiotics before the surgery to avoid infection.

Step 2: Tooth Extraction

If you still have a remaining tooth that needs replacing, your dentist will remove it before the dental work is performed. You can have this done at the same time as the implant insertion.

Your dentist will discuss anesthesia options. Most likely, your dentist will use a local anesthetic of novocaine (or lidocaine) to feel numb and take away any pain. It shouldn’t take long to remove the tooth unless it’s fractured.

You will just feel a little tug and pressure while the tooth is extracted. After you get the extraction, you should avoid blowing your nose, smoking, spitting excessively, or drinking through a straw. These actions can create a dry socket and pain.

Step 3: Inserting the Dental Implant and Bone Grafting

There are two types of dental implants : one where the implant is inserted into your jawbone and the other that goes directly under the gumline. Let’s discuss if you have the implant added to your jawbone. If your current jawbone is strong and thick enough, you may not need to get any extra bone added.

Your jaw needs to be strong because there is a lot of pressure when you chew, and you need your bone to be strong to protect that implant. If your jaw needs some extra bone, this bone typically comes from another area of your jawbone away from the implant area.

You may have to let the bone heal first if you have a graft before you can add the implant. Once the bone heals, the dentist or surgeon will add the implant.

After the implant is added to your jawbone, the jawbone will begin to grow around the implant. The implant then becomes part of your natural gum line. This process varies by person and can take anywhere from 3 to 9 months.

Step 4: Abutment Placement

Once your implant is stable enough, the dentist will place an abutment on top of the implant. This piece connects the implant to your crown. The abutment needs to be tightened so it stays in place when you eat.

You will not feel anything during this procedure other than a little pressure. You will get local anesthesia to that area.

Sometimes the abutment can be placed at the same time as the implant since it goes past the gum line. It will be visible, so you will need to discuss how to mask this piece since it will show when you smile. The dentist will add a healing cap to keep the tissue and bone from growing overtop of the abutment.

Step 5: Adding the Permanent Crown

After your gums heal, your dentist will make your artificial tooth or crown. You can choose to have a removable implant or permanent. If you are having multiple teeth in the back just like removable dentures, you may want the removable option so you can clean and replace if needed.

You can’t remove a fixed implant to replace or to clean. It is permanently screwed in the abutment or glued down with cement.

5. After the surgery

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Some Discomfort

It’s natural to have some discomfort after the surgery. You may notice some bruising on your gums, swelling around your gums and face, some minor bleeding, and some pain at the implant site.

Consuming

You should stock up on some soft foods after the surgery. You may also want to have some ice packs on hand to help reduce any swelling. Avoid tobacco because it could increase your chance of infections, such as root canal infections, and stain your teeth. We also offer root canal treatment.

Good hygiene

It’s important that you keep up good hygiene habits to protect this implant. That means flossing daily and brushing your teeth twice a day. Avoid chewing hard candies that could damage your implants.

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6. What is the cost of the implants

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For most implants, the pain is far less than you might expect from a surgery. Typically it requires only a small incision in the gums. Since bone has no nerve endings, this will create no pain. Depending on the invasiveness of your procedure, you may be given a prescription pain relief medication. If you are not prescribed pain medications, you may take an over-the-counter analgesic such as ibuprofen (Advil) of acetaminophen (Tylenol) as needed. After a day or so, any pain should be gone.

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Your dental implants function the very same way as your natural teeth. It is important to brush, floss and rinse, and to see your dentist regularly for check-ups and cleaning. While you won’t get cavities in your dental implants, they are susceptible to regular wear and tear, so the better care you give them, the longer they will last and the stronger they will be. It is also important to take good care of the gum tissue surrounding your implants, as the health of your gums has a direct effect on the health and strength of the supporting jaw bones.

Here at Dr. Scharf’s office, we want the best for you and your teeth. We believe that by educating our patients you will be able to make the best decisions about your health and be happy with the outcome. When we work together with our patients to help understand their needs, and effectively treat them, the results are extraordinary. Let us help you reach your dreams of having strong, beautiful teeth for many years to come. Contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss your options and let us help you on your way to your perfect smile.

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