Implant dental treatment is an important treatment alternative for both the preservation of existing teeth and support for removable prosthesis retention. Dental losses due to caries, trauma, gum problems, etc. cause many functional, aesthetic and speech problems. These losses can be treated with fixed or removable prostheses. Healthy teeth may also need to be treated in a fixed prosthetic treatment, while movable prostheses may not always offer comfort to the patient in terms of stability and stability. The jaw bone structure of the patient may not always be suitable for implant applications. In these cases, the implant is applied to the existing bone by supporting bone graft that is taken from the patient or used artificially. Since various types of implants and types of implants are available, the patient will be informed of the total price before treatment according to the implant, treatment and treatment process requested by the patient.
Laminated teeth; is preferred in cases such as intercourse in the front teeth area, surface wear caused by various reasons, color problem of teeth, integrity of color and shape which cannot be provided due to big fillings, and lack of aesthetics of teeth / gingiva appearance in the smile line. Porcelain laminates, which are important in the aesthetics of the front teeth, are preferred because they are more protective than other options. In conventional coatings, the teeth are abraded in all respects and the laminated teeth are applied either with no abrasion or by abrasion of 0.3 – 0.5 mm. Thus, the integrity of the teeth is largely preserved. The tongue is extremely sensitive to the slightest change in the mouth. In this method, due to no changes on the palate side, it is more acceptable in the mouth.
Orthodontics treatment; in both children and adults, is applied to correct teeth irregularities, jaw disorders, joint problems and to gain a compatible tooth, jaw and face relationship. Orthodontic treatment is not only an aesthetic need, it also corrects one’s chewing, speech and vital functions. In adult patients, treatment is widely performed with both transparent appliances and more aesthetic and invisible systems, skeletal disorders in children can be treated with orthopedic appliances and adolescent skeletal disorders can be treated with surgery supported orthodontic approaches.
In cases where oral care is insufficient, hormonal changes, genetic factors, drug use and some systemic diseases result in accumulation of bacterial plaque, a soft and sticky layer rich in microorganisms on the tooth surface. This layer, together with dental caries, also causes gingivitis. The gum swells when it loses its health, it is red, bleeding and mobile. If the treatment is delayed, the accumulated tooth stones cause the surrounding bone to melt. Gums begin to pull. This causes both sensivity in heat changes and aesthetic problems, as well as bad breath, and even in very advanced cases, tooth nerve inflammation.
Disorders occurring in the jaw and face may occur after trauma, cancer surgery or congenital causes. In the treatment of these disorders, both surgical and prosthetic applications are very important in order to replace the aesthetic and function that the patient has lost. The nose, ear and eye loss in the face area brings the patient’s aesthetic distress. Sometimes these disorders are accompanied by intra-oral disorders and may cause esthetic and functional disorders in a larger area. Due to these disorders in the jaw and face, the quality of life of the patient is greatly reduced.
Inadequate oral care on the tooth surface causes accumulation of a soft and sticky layer, which is rich in microorganisms called bacteria plaque, in time, it causes deterioration of the tooth enamel and causes tooth decay. In case of delayed treatment of dental caries, severe inflammation may develop at the root tip and around it. In such a case, the canal treatment can be done to heal the inflammation of the root end of the tooth. It is always the first aim to heal the tooth without canal treatment in order to keep it alive. But sometimes very advanced decays can be treated with filler, but irreversible damage to the nerve of the tooth may have occurred, and can then be treated with canal treatment. A canal treatment applied tooth is not lost, in contrast, canal treatment is a treatment to keep the tooth in the mouth.