- One Day Implant
- Smile Design
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- Bonding Applications
- Teeth Whitening
- Gingival Diseases
Prosthetic restoration on dental implant is performed at the earliest after 8 weeks with traditional treatment methods. However, in some special cases and conditions, the prosthetic restorations can be placed in the same day with implantation. '1 DAY IMPLANT' can be successfully applied with a professional team work and experience. Before this procedure, it is necessary to evaluate the bones of jaw by obtaining tomography and planning the dental prosthesis to be made. These procedures are completed with preliminary work of 2-3 days.
Smile design is the process of bringing tooth, gums and lips into consonance with each other. Smile design enables someone to have a unique smile. The shape, size and color of teeth, plus the form, color and the amount of gingiva that is seen while smiling are the factors that affect aesthetics. When necessary, by making small interventions to gingiva and with small touches applied on the teeth with laminate veneers, an aesthetic smile may be obtained. This enables the attunement of the pink-gingiva and white-tooth.
Orthodontics is the department of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disorders in the jaw and face.. Orthodontics, which means 'well-positioned tooth' in Greek, deals with the treatment of the disorders in the jaw and face area. However, it does not only deal with the correction of teeth, but also with the prevention and treatment of developmental disorders of face and jaw.
Pediatric dentistry - Pedodontics Pedodontics or pediatric dentistry is a branch of dentistry that aims to preserve the health of childrens’ baby and permanent teeth and to treat diseases which caused by caries, trauma, hereditary and similar factors.
The success of a perfect smile design is possible with the most appropriate material chosen to prepare tooth. Both material and method used are very important for a successful and long-term outcome in aesthetic dentistry. Wafer-thin shells mostly made of porcelain are called laminate veneers, which are attached to the visible parts of our teeth that appears when we smile in the form of a nail. It is the name of the method, not the product. It is a method that is applied in the case when you do not have a large decay on your teeth or previous veneer. Thereby, your smile can change by making about 1-1.5 mm of abrasion from your teeth. The main advantage of laminate veneers is being resistant to stains.
It is the process of changing the tooth form by applying the bonding agent and composite resin in tooth color to the desired places by making the roughening without removing the tissue from the tooth surface. If the indication is correct, bonding is an alternative treatment for laminate veneers and crowns to close the gaps (diastema) between the teeth. Mostly in young people, dental fractures due to trauma (even if half of the tooth is broken) is the preferred method when porcelain teeth cannot be made. Bonding is the most commonly used treatment modality in preventive dentistry. In most cases, this process is performed with the least amount of tissue loss.
In terms of aesthetics, when people are not satisfied with the color of teeth, it is one of the reasons to apply to dentists. Therefore, tooth whitening has an important place in aesthetic dentistry. It is among the indispensable treatments of smile design. Whitening is the method of removing the stains that are present in the tooth with special gels and special techniques and opening the existing color of the tooth. Therefore teeth whitening and tooth cleaning are completely different treatments. Whitening occurs in the structure of the tooth; teeth cleaning is the process of removing calculus and debris from the teeth.
Periodontal diseases may result in gingival recession and loss of jawbone. If the dentist tells you that "you have periodontal disease," do not worry. Nowadays, most of adults have different forms of periodontal diseases. The form which cause bone loss is called periodontitis. Along with bone loss, the dental support is reduced and the tooth becomes loose in time. Along with the increase in loosening, the teeth may need to be extracted. The stage of loosened teeth is irreversible.