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Oral and dental health is of great importance in every period of human life. Oral and dental health problems and aesthetic problems arising from teeth can seriously negatively affect people's lives. Oral and dental health problems can also have an impact on general health. For this reason, it is necessary to trust fully equipped health institutions and professional dentists with experience in oral and dental health.

Preventive Dentistry Practices

‌Preventive dentistry practices are generally practices aimed at protecting existing oral and dental health. In addition to not providing proper hygienic care for many years, not taking the necessary protective measures also plays an important role in the deterioration of oral and dental health. For this reason, today, with preventive dentistry practices, necessary precautions are taken while oral and dental health is still intact to prevent future problems such as tooth decay. Preventive dentistry is very important, especially in childhood and adolescence. Generally, preventive dentistry applications in these age groups can be listed as topical fluoride applications and fissure sealants applied especially to molars.



Sometimes, the pulp tissue, which is the deepest tissue of the teeth and contains the nerves and vascular packages, is damaged due to caries affecting the deep tooth tissues and sometimes due to trauma. When this tissue is damaged, pulp diseases that cause serious pain may occur or teeth may lose their vitality. If the teeth cannot maintain their vitality for any reason, the nerve tissues in the center of the tooth, that is, the pulp, need to be cleaned. This treatment is called endodontic treatment, that is, root canal treatment. Dentists who specialize in endodontics are called endodontists. As a result of neglecting endodontic treatments, lesions may occur on tooth roots and even tooth loss may occur. For this reason, endodontic treatments are of great importance in oral and dental health.



When it comes to oral health, gums are as important as teeth. Although gum health deterioration may sometimes consist of simple bleeding gums, it can sometimes cause serious problems that can lead to tooth loss. The branch of dentistry that includes the diagnosis and treatment of gum diseases is called periodontology, and dentists who specialize in this field are called periodontists. Periodontal treatments are applied to remove tartar, clean and surgical curettage of tooth root surfaces, and eliminate receding gums. In addition, the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as diseases of the gum tissues around the implant, gum bleeding, tooth sensitivity and bad breath are performed in the periodontology department.


Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and maxillofacial surgery is the branch of surgery that deals with all surgical interventions involving the jaw bones and joints, as well as the teeth and oral tissues. Impacted tooth operations, treatment of cysts and lesions in the jaw bones, implant treatments, bone powder applications to eliminate the dimensional loss of the jaw bones, treatment of jaw fractures, apical resection and all such oral surgical procedures are performed locally by expert oral and maxillofacial surgeons. It is performed under anesthesia.



In ancient times, only prosthetic methods were used to eliminate tooth deficiencies. However, prostheses made to replace tooth deficiencies brought about deficiencies such as damage to healthy teeth by shrinking them and not being able to provide the necessary comfort in toothless mouths. With the emergence of implantology treatments, it has become possible to eliminate missing teeth and complete toothlessness without these problems.

Implant treatments consist of two stages: the surgical phase, where implants are placed in the jawbone, and the prosthetic phase, where prosthetic teeth with superstructures are applied. ‌Implant applications are applied to perform fixed denture applications or to enable removable dentures to remain more stable in the mouth. With developing technology, implant treatment can be applied in almost every case.


Aesthetic Dentistry

When dental treatments are mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind is the treatment of decayed teeth and the compensation of missing teeth, but today, smile aesthetics based on teeth and gums are also of great importance. Causes such as tooth decay, excessive discoloration, crookedness, defects in the tooth surface and form, and the position of the gums relative to the teeth negatively affect dental aesthetics. Situations where smile aesthetics are not good enough cause negative effects on people both socially and psychologically.

Situations that disrupt the aesthetics of the smile can be corrected thanks to modern aesthetic dentistry practices. Applications such as whitening treatments, composite or porcelain laminate applications, porcelain Venner applications and gum adjustments.

It is among the aesthetic dentistry applications.



Solving problems such as missing teeth, decayed teeth with too much material loss to be repaired by filling methods, tooth fractures, and aesthetic problems related to the structure of the tooth is possible with dental prostheses.

Prosthetic treatments have a very wide application area. The first of these is tooth deficiencies. There are two types of applications to eliminate missing teeth with prosthetic methods. The first of these is removable dentures applied to mouths with no teeth or very few teeth, the other one is crown treatments in cases where the loss of material in the tooth is high and bridge applications in case of few teeth missing, namely fixed dentures. Crowns and bridges can be made with many different alternative methods and materials.

In addition to tooth deficiencies, prosthetic applications are also used in cases where the teeth have aesthetic deficiencies that cannot be resolved by other methods. Lamina porcelains are examples of aesthetic prosthetic applications applied in such cases. ‌Implant-supported structures are also created with various prosthetic methods and these are called ‌implant-supported prostheses.



The branch of dentistry that deals with tooth crowding, disorders in tooth closure, and disorders in the relationship between the lower and upper jaws is called orthodontics, and dentists who specialize in this field are called orthodontists. Crooked and irregular-looking teeth are one of the most uncomfortable situations when people smile. In addition, other factors such as gapped teeth and incompatibility in the position of the bones of the jaws negatively affect both the appearance of the teeth and facial aesthetics. On the other hand, such disorders may also impair the chewing function. The healthiest solution to all these teeth appearance and jaw structure problems is possible with orthodontic treatment, also known as braces treatment.

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