We cannot treat oral and dental problems as if they are problems specific to the mouth, independent of general health. Problems in the mouth can both point to other problems in the body and can be the cause of these problems!
In my clinic, I take care to use biocompatible materials instead of metals that contain metals such as nickel, chromium, and cobalt and can pass through to the surrounding tissues and body through corrosion.
Tooth extraction may cause problems in the future if the body does not have an ideal environment for bone healing. Therefore, there are some precautions that can be taken before and after tooth extraction.
Since ceramic implants do not corrode like metals, they are more tissue compatible, and they also enable more aesthetic results, especially in the anterior region. Before the application of ceramic implants, the patient should be prepared for surgery with the correct protocols.