Oral implantology is a dental treatment method used to replace lost teeth with new ones. In this method, small artificial roots, similar to screws, made of titanium are placed into the jawbone to create a platform for the placement of artificial teeth on top.

Oral implantology is a dental treatment method that provides aesthetic, functional, and psychological benefits. This method can be used for single-tooth replacement, multiple-tooth replacement, and complete denture replacement. Additionally, implants can also be used in the treatment of problems such as decay, gum disease, and bone loss, like other traditional dental treatments.

Oral implantology is a treatment method that requires a combination of dental, surgical, and prosthetic fields. The treatment usually includes the evaluation of the patient’s dental, jaw, and general health condition, preparation of the area where the implant will be placed, placement of the implant, the healing process, placement of artificial teeth on the implants, and long-term follow-up.

Oral implantology is more long-lasting compared to other dental treatment methods and provides a similar appearance and function to natural teeth. However, proper maintenance and periodic check-ups of the implants are necessary.