Dental Implants
It is an artificial tooth root applied by a surgical procedure instead of teeth extracted for any reason.
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Aesthetic Dentistry
Today, many patients apply with the intention of improving the appearance of their teeth in terms of aesthetics.
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Dental Bleaching
Whitening teeth with discoloration is the most popular subject of aesthetic and cosmetic dentistry.
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Dental Prostheses
It is the regaining of lost tooth tissues to the natural tooth structure and aesthetic appearance.
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Root Canal Treatment
It is the treatment of damage to the pulp caused by tooth decay, gum diseases, trauma.
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Wisdom Tooth Extraction
These teeth with third molars need to be extracted in some cases.
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Porcelain Crown
It is performed when the colors and shapes of the teeth need to be changed aesthetically and functionally.
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Pedodontics
It is a branch of dentistry that deals with the oral and dental health of children up to the age of 14.
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Porcelain Laminates
It is the reconstruction of the aesthetically shaped teeth with porcelains.
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Aesthetic Inlay, Onlay Fillers
It is a method of restoring cavities caused by caries with aesthetic materials.
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Dental Stone Cleaning
It is the process of cleaning the stains and tartar on the surface of the teeth.
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E-max Porcelain Crown
It is the aesthetic restoration of fixed tooth coatings with metal-free pure porcelain.
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Orthodontics
It is the treatment process for deformities in teeth and incompatibilities in the jaws.
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Periodontics
It is the treatment of diseases involving soft and hard tissues surrounding tooth.
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Bruxism
It is the clenching or grinding of teeth that occurs while asleep and while awake.
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Zirkonyum Kaplama
It is the process of making aesthetic dental treatment needs with a reinforced zinconium infrastructure.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is an implant? Can it be done to everyone?
Teeth can be lost due to gum disease, caries, accidents. With implant treatment, ``teeth`` can be made into these spaces as if the patient's own. Implant treatment can be applied to every patient who has completed jaw development and has a good general health. Except for patients with rare health problems, implant treatment has been applied with a very high success rate for many years in patients with good oral hygiene. The advancement of advanced surgical and imaging techniques has rendered the concept of insufficient bone for implant invalid.
Will I feel very painful during treatment? How long do sessions take?
The patient does not feel much pain during and after implant treatment. This pain is almost equal to the pain felt when tooth extraction.In other words, it is a very comfortable operation for the patient. In addition, the placement time of the implant in a normal case is approximately 20-30 minutes.
Will there be bruising or swelling on my face after the implant?
The degree of bruising and swelling after the surgical procedure depends on the size and difficulty of the procedure. It is also related to the duration of the procedure and the tissue sensitivity of the patient. Although there is not much swelling, bruising is also very rare.
Is teeth whitening a difficult and laborious treatment?
On the contrary, thanks to the recent advances in oral and dental health, it allows you to have a painless white and confident smile in a very short time.
Is it harmful to clean tartar?
Dental stones are formed when the plaques formed by food waste accumulated in places where dental cleaning is not done well, combines with saliva minerals and hardens.Failure to clean tartar poses a threat to teeth and gums. Therefore, they must be cleaned. Tartar cleaning does not cause any harm, on the contrary, it is a process that must be done for gum health.
How is sensitivity treated?
At the beginning of the sensitivity, preservative and desensitizing toothpastes available on the market may be effective. However, it should be used regularly for a long time in order to achieve sufficient effect. If there is erosion, abrasion or caries in the tooth, filling should be made.
Does floss damage teeth?
If used correctly, it will provide benefits, not harm.
Can dental treatment be done during pregnancy?
The pregnancy period is divided into 3 trimesters (monthly periods). The second trimester period (4-6 months) is suitable for dental treatment. As a result of hormonal changes, swelling and bleeding may occur in the gums during pregnancy. Therefore, particular attention should be paid to oral hygiene during pregnancy.
Can dental treatment be done with general anesthesia?
Local anesthesia is generally preferred during treatment. Local anesthesia is a much easier procedure than general anesthesia, it is not complicated. Complication risk and cost are very high in general anesthesia. For such reasons, general anesthesia is only applied in patients with advanced psychiatric problems, incompatible children, etc. in the operating room.
My gums bleed while brushing my teeth. Is this normal?
Bleeding gums while brushing teeth is the most important indicator of gingivitis. The dentist should definitely be examined.
I have bad breath. What would be the reason?
The most common causes of bad breath are gingivitis, not brushing regularly, and tooth caries. In addition, since the plaque accumulated around wisdom teeth is very difficult to clean, this causes bad breath.
Should all wisdom teeth be removed?
It is not known in advance whether the impacted wisdom teeth will cause problems. When the problem occurs, treatment may be more painful and complicated. In addition, embedded wisdom teeth can cause pain, swelling in the jaw, restricted mouth opening and difficulty swallowing.
Why does tooth sensitivity occur?
The enamel layer protects the teeth from external influences such as hot, cold, sour and sweet. If the enamel is lost due to erosion, abrasion or caries, the inner layer of sensitive dentin appears. Therefore, sensitivity is felt.
I tighten my teeth at night, when I wake up in the morning there is numbness. Is there a cure for this?
Night plaques that prevent bruxism may be preferred. In addition, botox applied to chewing muscles is very effective on clenching teeth.

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