Osseointegrated endosseous dental implants for replacement of lost dentition have been in use for more than 30 years with widely reported success. However, this journey has not been without complications. The increasing numbers of dental implants placed have led to more implant-related complications, which create a challenging and an unpredictable burden for patients and dentists alike. Several attempts have been made to
define the diseases associated with dental implants, and two main entities have emerged: peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis. Peri-implant mucositis is the presence of inflammation in the mucosa at an implant site with no signs of loss of supporting bone beyond the initial physiologic bone remodeling. In addition to inflammation in the mucosa, peri-implantitis is characterized by loss of supporting bone beyond the initial biologic bone remodeling. It’s been reported a peri-implantitis prevalence ranging from 28% to 56% of subjects and 12% to 43% of implant sites, which ultimately leads to a total implant loss of 7.6%. This variation in prevalence could be due largely to the lack of uniformity in criteria used to define peri-implantitis,
as well as to the variables inherent in the diagnosis of disease. Because of the high incidence of peri-implant complications, practitioners have tried several surgical and nonsurgical treatments, concluding that peri-implant mucositis is treatable with nonsurgical therapy; however, peri-implantitis seems to respond better to surgery, but the results are unpredictable. In the absence of a safe and predictable treatment for peri-implantitis, the focus on prevention has become even more important. Several factors influence the incidence of peri-implantitis; patient-based risk indicators include, but are
not limited to, poor-oral hygiene, smoking, alcohol consumption, history of periodontitis, diabetes mellitus, and genetic traits. Factors leading to early implant loss include smoking, history of periodontitis, implant length less than 10 mm, and certain implant surface characteristics, with the last factor being especially relevant to late implant loss. Other determining factors for crestal bone loss and peri-implantitis are implant macrodesign and surface treatments. The toothless patients get successful and reliable implant operations by the dental surgeons at Dental clinics in Turkey. The maintenance of soft tissue contour, characterized by adequate underlying bone, is critical for dental implants placed in esthetically demanding situations. Crestal bone remodeling was once believed to be an inevitable process taking place during the first year of implant loading and continuing gradually at a lower
scale. Investigators have focused on reducing this remodeling. The introduction of platform switching and laser-modified microtexture at the cervical portion of dental implants has addressed this issue. However, studies have shown that in most scenarios in which these two modalities were tested and compared with one another, laser microtexture outperformed platform switching, even in cases involving a thin soft tissue profile. Laser-microtextured implants showed less crestal bone loss after ligature-induced peri-implantitis. They also exhibited higher bone fill when a rescue therapy was performed on all implants. The surgeons at Dental clinics in Istanbul are highly experienced about implant complications and provide reliable implant treatments
with very high percentage of success to the edentulous patients.
Dr. Özgür ÖZTÜRK, who was born in 1983 in İstanbul, completed his secondary education in Erzurum High School of Science. In 2002, he was accepted Çukurova University Faculty of Dentistry. A year after, he was transferred to İstanbul University Faculty of Dentistry. After 5 year of education Öztürk, has succesfully received the title of dentist. In the same year he started his doctorate in head of the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at İstanbul University. Throughout his doctorate he participated lots of national and international congress, published scientific articles and posters.
In 2011, he studied Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery ,Tissue Engineering in USA, Odontogenic treatments and Distraction Osteogenesis at Finland Oulu University. In the end of 2011, he accomplished his doctorate and become an expert about Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. After doctorate, he completed his military service in Tatvan Military Hospital as Oral & Maxillofacial Surgent.
Dr. Öztürk is an active member of American Medical Association’’, ‘’Med Oral Patol Oral Cir Bucal’’, ‘’Norsk Oralmedisinsk Selskap’.
Dr. Gizem Nur ÖZTÜRK, who was born in Edirne in 1988, started her education at Edirne Anatolian Teacher Training School and was accepted to Faculty of Dentistry at İstanbul University in 2006. In 2010- 2011, she completed her education in Finland Oulu University and succeed in doctorate exam.
In 2011, she started her doctorate at İstanbul University Prosthetic Dental Treatment department. Throughout her doctorate, she published both national/international articles and posters.
Professional Interests: Aesthetic Dentistry, Ceramic Applications, Prothetic Treatments, Temporamandibular İlness.
Dr. Elif Nihan ATALAY, who was born in Eskisehir in year 1987, graduated from Adnan Menderes Anatolian High School in 2010 and was accepted to Faculty of Dentistry at Istanbul University. After completed her master degree Atalay, started her doctorate in Periodontology department at Bulent Ecevit University and graduated.
Professional Interests: Mukogingival surgery, Implant Applications
Dr. Madina GULVERDIYEVA, was born in Azerbaijan, graduated from Stomatology department at Azerbaijan Medical University. In 2016, she completed her doctorate in Prosthodontics Department at Gazi University. GULVERDIYEVA, attended lots of courses; Dental Smile Design, Mesotheraphy, Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP), Botulium Toxin Type-A in Facial Aesthetic Upper and Lower face indication , Hyaluronic Acid Derman Fillers in Facial Aesthetics. Throughout her education she published articles and posters.
Languages: Azerbaijani , Turkish, English, Russian
Dt. Ayfer ATAMER, was born in Çorlu in year 1988, graduated from Faculty of Dentistry at İstanbul University. In 2013, she started her doctorate and continue her studies at the same faculty.
Professional Interests: Aesthetic dentistry, Temporomandibular joint disorders, Implant prosthetic treatments.
Dt. Muhammed KİŞİN, who was born in Idlib in year 1990, graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry at Kalamoon University in 2014. He also has DDS and DSD certificates.
Professional interests: Canal root treatment, dental fillings, aesthetic dentistry, surgical prosedures.
Languages: Arabic, Turkish, English
Dt. Gizem HARMANKAYA, who was born in Ankara in year 1993, completed her secondary education at Ankara Hasan Ali Yücel Anatolian Teacher Training High School. In 2011 Harmankaya, accepted Faculty of Dentistry at Zonguldak Bülent Ecevit University. Also, she has TDB 24.International Dentistry Congress, Basic Implantology Course, Workshop and 4. Genç Edad Winter Symposium certificates.
Professional Interests: Dental fillings, canal root treatment, pediatric dentistry, aesthetic restoration, dental cleaning and polishing.
Languages: Turkish, English
Dt. Batyr GULAMOV, was born in Turkmenia in year 1995. In 2012, he was accepted to Faculty of Dentistry at Belorussian State Medical University.
After graduated with success in 2017, GULAMOV, decided to work in Turkey and started to work in İmplant Akademi.
Professional Interest: Dental fillings, canal root treatment
Languages: Russian, English, Turkish