Dental Implants Turkey

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We take pride in our reputation as trusted dental surgeons, having successfully performed thousands of dental implant procedures. Our commitment to high-quality products and services ensures that our patients can rely on us for all their dental needs.


Dental implants are a fantastic solution for missing teeth and can improve the overall health of your mouth. They offer many benefits including cost savings of up to 70% compared to the UK, USA and other European countries, no waiting times, fast turnaround, improved eating comfort, and restored confidence.

A dental implant is a titanium screw that is inserted into the jawbone, designed to replace a missing tooth or teeth. The grade A implants used are sourced from Switzerland, Germany, and the USA and all come with a lifetime guarantee.

The procedure is usually done under local anaesthetic and is suitable for most people, regardless of age, who are in good health. There are three components that make up a dental implant: the implant (a titanium cylinder with an internal thread), the abutment (a screw that is inserted into the thread of the implant), and the crown (which is attached to the screw to form the new permanent tooth or teeth).

By opting for dental implants, you can improve your speaking and chewing functions, while preserving the natural contours of your face. Plus, you’ll enjoy the peace of mind of knowing that your implants are of the highest quality and come with a lifetime guarantee for long-lasting results.

Dental Implants Procedure

Step 1

The journey to a perfect smile begins with a consultation with our UK Turkey Health implant dentist. During this appointment, we will take an in-depth look at your mouth, take X-rays, and develop a tailored treatment plan if you are deemed a suitable candidate.

Step 2

The next stage of the process is surgical placement of the metal post into the jawbone, which is usually done under local anaesthetic.

Step 3

Once the post has fused with the jawbone, the artificial tooth will be fixed to the post, matching the colour and shape of your natural teeth.

Step 4

After the artificial tooth has been placed, you will need to allow the area to heal, after which you can eat, drink, and enjoy your new smile.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Expect High-Quality Dental Implants at an Affordable Price in Turkey?

Absolutely! At UK Turkey Health in Antalya, we use only the finest dental implants from world-renowned manufacturers, ensuring superior quality and affordability. Our prices are highly competitive and often lower than those you would find in the UK or Europe.

Can My Body Reject A Dental Implant, And If So What Then?

As with any transplant, there is a possibility of rejection. In this case, your body may perceive the dental implant as a foreign object and try to push it out. Although rare, some individuals have reported an allergy to titanium, which is a common material used in implants. The chances of rejection are extremely low, with only about 1% of patients reporting any issues with titanium.

Will Getting Dental Implants in Turkey Be Painful?

Not at all! In fact, many patients report experiencing less discomfort than with a tooth extraction. Our team of experienced dentists and staff employ conventional anaesthesia methods, as well as intravenous sedation options, to make the procedure as quick and pain-free as possible.

What Should I Expect After the Procedure?

The healing process after a dental implant procedure is usually quick and uneventful. You may experience minor discomforts such as pain, swelling, or bruising, but these should subside quickly and can be managed with over-the-counter or prescription pain medication.

Why Are Dental Implants Superior to Bridges or Flippers?

There are three primary reasons to choose dental implants over bridges or flippers. Firstly, implants are permanent and screwed into the gums, making them strong and independent. Secondly, they look just like natural teeth. Finally, dental implants are long-lasting and durable, making them a great option for long-term use.

Is It True That Some People Are Allergic to Dental Implants?

Although rare, some people may develop an allergy to titanium, the most common material used in dental implants. In some cases, the implant may not fuse properly with the jawbone, resulting in a fibrous tissue capsule developing around it. However, this can be easily corrected, and the implant can be replaced with no further issues.

How Can I Determine if I'm a Good Candidate for Dental Implants in Turkey?

Good oral health and sufficient jawbone density are crucial for a successful dental implant procedure. If you have missing teeth, decay, or gum disease, you may be a good candidate for implants. A dental implant specialist can help determine your suitability for the procedure.

Are There Any Risks Involved with Dental Implants?

Dental implants have been proven to be safe and effective for decades, with a very high success rate. Mild complications such as infection, pain, numbness, or tingling may occur, but these are typically minor and easily managed.

How Can I Decide if Dental Implants Are Right for Me?

If you have lost or missing teeth, dental implants may be an excellent option for restoring your smile. Scheduling an appointment with a dental implant specialist can help you determine if this procedure is right for you. The success rate of dental implants is highest in individuals who do not smoke, drink alcohol, or have diabetes.

What options are available for resolving failed dental implants?

While dental implants boast a high success rate of 97% and above, it’s not uncommon for complications or failures to occur. In some cases, these issues can be easily resolved with a simple solution. There are two types of implant failures: early failure and late failure.

Can dental implants benefit someone with full dentures?

Absolutely! Tooth implants are a popular choice among individuals who wear full dentures and provide retention and support for a removable implant over denture, fixing them securely in place and eliminating the need for denture adhesives.

What makes dental implants superior to dentures?

Dental implants are considered the ultimate solution for tooth replacement in the dental field. They remain secure and stable during everyday activities, and with proper care, can potentially last a lifetime. Unlike dentures, dental implants are easy to clean and don’t require removal for cleaning. They also help maintain bone density and protect neighbouring teeth from loosening.

Is age a barrier to getting dental implants?

No, age is not a determining factor for dental implant eligibility. Young people can get dental implants once their bones have stopped growing, usually around the age of 18 or 20. Older individuals are also eligible for dental implants as long as they don’t have any underlying medical conditions. It’s important to note that jawbone density decreases as teeth are lost and healing may slow with age.

What are the potential side effects of dental implants?

After getting dental implants, some level of soreness, swelling, and low-level pain is to be expected, as with any invasive surgical procedure. Numbness, tingling, or sharp pain may occur if the implant is placed incorrectly. If these symptoms persist for more than a couple of days, it’s recommended to consult with your implant dentist. If necessary, the implant may need to be removed. Careful pre-surgery planning using x-rays and CT scans minimizes the risk of side effects and nerve/blood vessel damage.

How long does it take to recover from dental implant surgery?

There’s no set recovery time for dental implants as it varies based on individual oral conditions, such as the number of teeth extracted, the type of implant received, if bone grafting was necessary, and personal healing time.

Are dental implants a lifelong solution?

The longevity of dental implants depends on an individual’s oral health and habits. With good oral hygiene, dental implants have a success rate above 90%. They are not prone to dental diseases like tooth decay and can last for many years with proper care and professional cleaning.

Do dental implants prevent bone loss?

Yes, dental implants provide physical support to the jawbone, promoting strength through chewing. By replacing the natural roots of missing teeth, they prevent or slow down the process of bone loss and associated facial changes associated with premature aging.

What risks should I be aware of with dental implant surgery?

Dental implant surgery is a safe and effective method for restoring your smile, but like any medical procedure, there are potential risks involved. These may include infection, damage to other teeth or tooth roots, sinus problems, fractures, nerve damage, inadequate jawbone, and implant failure.

UK Turkey Dental Prices
  • Hybrid Zirconium from £175
  • Zirconium Crown from £215
  • e.max Dental Crown from £325
  • Laminate Veneers from £215
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    Before and after photos of some of our clients

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    Package Prices

    All-on-4 implants allow you to replace all of your missing teeth. These implants are permanently secured in your mouth, so they won't shift or loosen like dentures. The procedure uses just four implants to restore your entire set of teeth and is more cost-effective than replacing each tooth individually. Average UK price £15,000 to £22,000.
    • Implants 2x4
    • Temporary Crowns
    • Zirconium crowns Laboratory Fees
    • FREE Ground Transfers (Airport-Hotel-Clinic)
    • 2 x 5 Night Hotel Stay
    • Tooth extractions
    • Volumetric Tomography
    • Panoramic 3D X-Ray

    Requires two visits for 6-7 day visits with the 2-4 months delay for gum healing.
    Price is cash price for BOTH JAWS
    (not including any extras such as tooth removal, temporary teeth, etc)
    The "all-on-six" system is a treatment option for people who are missing teeth or who want to replace their current damaged teeth. This system involves placing six dental implants in each jaw and attaching a prosthesis to them using screws. This is slightly sturdier than the all on 4 due to more implant connections. Average UK price £16,000 to £25,000
    • Implants 2x6
    • Temporary Crowns
    • Zirconium crowns Laboratory Fees
    • FREE VIP Ground Transfers (Airport-Hotel-Clinic)
    • 2 x 5 Night Hotel Stay
    • Tooth extractions
    • Three-dimensional x-ray of the mouth using volumetric tomography
    • Panoramic x-ray of the mouth in 3D

    Requires two visits for 6-7 day visits with the 2-4 months delay for gum healing.
    Price is cash price for BOTH JAWS
    (not including any extras such as tooth removal, temporary teeth, etc)

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