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Factors affecting the success of the implant

Today, the main goal of intraosseous dental implant applications is to rehabilitate all kinds of edentulism with osseointegrated (fused to bone) implants and prostheses supported by them. Today, the success rate in implant applications is 90-100%, in order to achieve this success; In clinics where implant surgery will be performed, sterile conditions must be provided and aseptic and atraumatic operation techniques must be adhered to. In addition, a quality implant system should be selected and the procedure recommended by this system should be followed.

In addition to these, for the success of the implant, the person’s general health should be good, the correct diagnosis should be made, a very good planning, the cleaning and maintenance of the implant should be done correctly. In addition, smoking and alcohol consumption are never recommended as they seriously affect the wound healing after the operation.

Implants do not affect the pacemaker because they have no electromagnetic effect. However, some drugs, which are used especially in some heart diseases and prevent blood clotting, are not preferred because they will cause excessive bleeding during implant placement. It is appropriate for people with diabetes, some rheumatic diseases and heart diseases to use this type of drugs, or who are under control, to consult their dentist with their dentist before the operation.