Since the bone is not functioning in the region where tooth extraction is performed and is empty for this reason, it gradually melts and collapses. Neighboring teeth, however, are also overthrown. As a result, the entire mouth balance is disturbed and the temporomandibular joint health is in danger. In addition, due to incomplete teeth, chewing and talking are starting to be troublesome, as well as aesthetically disturbing situations arise. For all these reasons, tooth deficiencies should be corrected as soon as possible. The implant is a titanium mini-screw, which replaces the missing tooth, holding the root of the tooth. This screw is placed in the jawbone under local anesthesia with a small operation and is expected to fuse to the jawbone for 3 to 6 months. At the end of this period, the prosthesis is placed on the implant and the missing tooth is completed.