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The most obvious difference between All On 4 and All On 6 dental implants is the number of implants added. The All On 4 uses four implants, while the All On 6 uses six. However, there are more differences to consider, so most dental practices will choose which procedure they prefer based on their own clinical opinion and practice. At Global Dental Center, our dentists and oral surgeons recommend the All On 6 procedure because we believe it provides better strength and stability, resulting in a more comfortable and longer lasting smile. It is important that every time you chew or bite something, the pressure is evenly distributed across your implants and jaw. We believe the location and placement of these two additional implants provides significant additional strength, stability and long-term benefits.
Global Dental Center, has the use of 2 high-quality dental implants from brands made in the South Korea - USA (Osstem Implant), Germany (Medentika) and Switzerland (Straumann). There are so many implant brands all over the world. All the dental implants used in our polyclinic have a certificate and lifetime guarantee.
Implant treatments are proven dental technique that scientifically tested and used for a long time by oral surgeons. Implant success rate is like around %99. Possible risk factors are: diabetes mellitus (type 1), smoking, poor oral hygiene and osteoporosis. At Global Dental Center our success rate is around %99.4.
When Invisalign first came on the market, this straightening method was limited to minor realignments. That has changed. With advances made in the straightening technology, these clear silicone trays can be used to turn teeth, close gaps, and correct problems with the bite. While clear aligners may not be the best option for everyone; it is an excellent option for most.
A veneer is a very thin layer of porcelain or other materials, about 0.5 millimeters (mm) thick, that is adhered to the front of your existing tooth. A crown is about 1.5 mm thick and covers the entire tooth. Whether a veneer or crown is right for you will depend on the condition of your teeth and what you are trying to fix. If your tooth is heavily damaged, has a large filling, or has undergone a root canal, dental crowns are typically the best option as the enamel is more compromised and will need better protection. If your tooth is mostly intact and only needs a minor shape correction or a better appearance, your dentist will likely recommend porcelain veneers.
Studies have shown that there is no harm in the use of tooth whitening systems under the control of a dentist. With your dentist's post-bleaching fluoride applications, bleaching is an even safer process. They are uncontrolled whitening products sold in pharmacies that harm teeth.
Almost anyone who wants to improve the appearance of their smile can be a candidate for a smile makeover; However, if you have severe tooth damage, missing teeth, or signs of widespread disease, you may be a better candidate for a procedure called a full mouth restoration. While a smile makeover typically includes more cosmetic treatments, a full mouth restoration plan may include more advanced and invasive procedures such as placement of dental implants, periodontal treatment, and restorative procedures. While there are differences between smile aesthetics and full mouth restoration, the end goal is generally the same: creating a healthy, functional, beautiful smile that boosts self-confidence! Whatever your dental concerns, we welcome you to schedule a consultation with our doctors to discuss your treatment options and begin your journey to a wonderful new smile.
Compared with metal crowns and metal-ceramic crowns, all-ceramic porcelain crowns have superior properties in terms of excellent biocompatibility, transparency and aesthetic appearance. When choosing dental coating material, it is necessary to pay attention to which region it will be used. Recently, zirconium and e-max crowns have become popular with their superior properties. We provide you with the highest quality service in our modern dental center in Turkey.
Gums are known to be sensitive, so this is the first question most people ask when learning to shape their gums. The good news is that you will not experience any pain. Your surgeon will administer a local anesthetic before the procedure so you will be pleasant and drowsy. After the procedure, you will experience mild discomfort, which is easily managed with pain medication.