What is a laser-implant and how is it performed?
Laser-implants are surgical procedures applied onto the gingiva and bone in jaw surgery.
A laser-assisted implant is a prosthetic tooth application using titanium or titanium compounds to restore the missing teeth. It is quite practical, compared to the traditional implant applications and the gum is removed in the form of a flap, with laser from the area of the missing tooth, in which the implant will be placed. It is 1-1.5 hours before the implant is placed into the implant socket drilled with special tips.
In the pre-implant examination, it is checked whether the area of the missing tooth is suitable for the implant.
The risk of infection is extremely low in the laser-implant performed without sutures and the healing process is fast. Dentists recommend an implant for each tooth lost.