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  • معلومات عنا | Dentasya

    About Us DENT ASYA CLINIC Dentasya Dental Clinic, established in the year 2004 in Umraniye, Istanbul, continues to serve professional services in dental treatments, with its highly skilled and experienced staff members. Providing the following services; Oral Diagnosis and Radiology, Conservative and Restorative Dentistry, Endodontics (Canal Treatment), Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Implantology, Periodontology Gingival Diseases and Treatment), Pedodontics (Pediatric Dentistry), Orthodontics, Prosthetic Laser Assisted Dentistry, Aesthetic Dentistry, Temporo Mandibular Joint Disease Treatments with up-to-date, modern methods. DT. SELMİN BADEM KAYABAŞ Our Story As Dentasya Dental Clinic, we started to serve in Ümraniye in 2004. Oral Diagnosis and Radiology Conservative and Restorative Dentistry Endodontics (Canal Treatment) Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery implantology Periodontology (Gum Diseases and Treatment) Pedodontics (Pediatric Dentistry) Orthodontics Prosthesis Laser Assisted Dentistry Aesthetic Dentistry We provide services in the fields of Temporo Mandibular Joint Diseases and Treatment. It is the most important principle of our understanding of medicine to meet all kinds of oral and dental health needs of our patients and to ensure that they leave our clinic happy, satisfied and smiling. ​ Our Mission To provide oral and dental health services in accordance with international standards in all branches of dentistry with technological equipment and competent medical personnel, based on patient satisfaction. ​ Our Vision To be a leading institution and reference center with the quality of the service you provide in all branches of dentistry. Meet The Team DT. NESRİN BİLGİÇ ÇÖKÜK Dentist DT. SELİM ÖZTÜRK Dentist DR. TUBA SOYGÜDEN Periodontologist DR. SEMİH ÇERGEL Dentist EXPERT DR. NEVZAT MUSTAFA CARPAR Orthodontics DR. DİLŞAD ŞENÖZ ARICAN Periodontologist Bank Accounts Account Name: ANADOLU SAĞLIK HİZMETLERİ SAN.TİC.LTD.ŞTİ IS BANK IBAN USD TR09 0006 4000 0021 0601 8607 86 IS BANK IBAN EURO TR68 0006 4000 0021 0601 8607 91

  • Dt. Nesrin Bilgiç Çökük | Dentasya

    Dt. Nesrin Bilgiç Çökük Dr. Nesrin Bilgiç Çökük was born in Istanbul in 1971. She graduated from Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry in 1993. Her areas of expertise include laser-assisted dentistry, endodontic and conservative treatments, prosthetic dental procedures, and aesthetic dentistry. She has been working at Dentasya Dental Clinic since 2008. Dr. Nesrin Bilgiç Çökük is a member of the Istanbul Chamber of Dentists.

  • Dental Health Clinic | Dentasya Clinic

    زراعات قوية أكثر الخطوات خطة صنع الابتسامة VIP Airport Transfer Meeting with the doctor and Operation ​ Accommodation in 4 or 5 Star Hotels Control and Airport Transfer حول مركز دنت اسيا من نحن؟ تأسست عيادة دنتاسيا لطب الأسنان عام 2004 في عمرانية اسطنبول وتستمر في تقديم خدمات احترافية في علاجات الأسنان مع طاقمها ذوي الخبرة. ​ لتقديم الخدمات التالية ؛ تشخيص وأشعة الفم ، طب الأسنان التحفظي والترميمي ، علاج جذور الأسنان (علاج القناة) ، جراحة الفم والوجه والفكين ، زراعة الأسنان ، طب الأسنان ، أمراض اللثة وعلاجها) ، طب الأسنان (طب أسنان الأطفال) ، تقويم الأسنان ، طب الأسنان التعويضي بمساعدة الليزر ، طب الأسنان التجميلي ، المفصل السفلي الصدغي علاج الأمراض بالطرق الحديثة والحديثة. الخدمات What We Do Oral Diagnosis and Radiology Oral Diagnosis and Radiology is a stage in which the unique conditions of patients, known as oral diagnosis, are evaluated. Patients who apply for any dental ailment are diagnosed and resolved here. Endodontics Endodontics is a branch of dentistry and is applied together with root canal treatment. It deals with diseases that occur in tissues such as veins and nerves in the inner part of the tooth, as well as in the tissues around the tooth. Aesthetic Dentistry With Aesthetic Dentistry, you can easily achieve the dreamed smiles. It is an area applied by those who are concerned about aesthetic appearance as well as having a healthy mouth and teeth. نحن متواجدون هنا من أجلك Make an Appointment Today! الاسم الأول اللقب البريد الالكتروني رقم الهاتف رسالتك Submit Thanks for submitting! أهلا بكم في دانت آسيا أهلا بكم عائلة دانت آسيا بصفتنا عيادة دانت آسيا نحن فخورون بتقديم خدمات صحة الأسنان المتخصصة لعائلتك بأكملها. بفضل معداتنا الحديثة و الموظفين الودودين ذوي الخبرة ، نقدم أفضل خدمات صحة الأسنان في مدينة اسطنبول. تعرف على المزيد حول ما نقدمه. Primescan Miracle ! An excellent choice for outstanding results. Primescan enables efficient digital workflows in our clinic, from scanning to grinding. Thanks to this technology, we work professionally to develop patient-specific treatment methods and to manage the most accurate process. الدكاترة صناع الابتسامة DR. SELMİN BADEM KAYABAŞ Clinic Coordinator More Periodontologist DR. TUBA SOYGÜDEN More More More DR. NESRİN BİLGİÇ ÇÖKÜK Dentist More Orthodontics DR. NEVZAT MUSTAFA CARPAR More DR. SELİM ÖZTÜRK Dentist More Dentist DR. SEMİH ÇERGEL More DR. DİLŞAD ŞENÖZ ARICAN Pedodontist More DensAsya Clinic فيديو التعريفي بصفتنا عيادة دانت آسيا نحن فخورون بتقديم خدمات صحة الأسنان المتخصصة لعائلتك بأكملها. بفضل معداتنا الحديثة و الموظفين الودودين ذوي الخبرة ، نقدم أفضل خدمات صحة الأسنان في مدينة اسطنبول. تعرف على المزيد حول ما نقدمه. إن تلبية جميع أنواع احتياجات صحة الفم والأسنان لمرضانا والتأكد من مغادرتهم لعيادتنا وهم سعداء وراضون ومبتسمون هو أهم مبدأ في فهمنا للطب. About Us الجاليري مكياج الابتسامة نحن نهدف إلى تلبية جودة الخدمة لطبيب الأسنان الحديث. احجز موعدك التالي الآن ؛ ونحن نتطلع إلى مساعدتكم.

  • Root Canal Treatment | Dentasya

    Root Canal Treatment What is Root Canal Treatment? Root canal treatment is applied to decaying or infected teeth, and the tooth is repaired and made healthier. It is among the treatment methods that allow the tooth to be saved and may take a little longer. It is a fact that dental caries is of vital importance over time in the processes that are not treated. ​ Therefore, in order to prevent more severe pain, it is necessary to go through the control of the dentist. In case of need, root canal treatment should be performed, the problem should be eliminated and the tooth should be repaired. In root canal treatment, first of all, the hard tissue is entered. Then, the root canal is reached and the soft tissue is intervened. ​ The tooth nerve called pulp is expelled. In this way, the problem that occurs in the inner part of the tooth is eliminated and its cleaning is ensured. Why is Root Canal Treatment Done? Tooth decay is not a dental problem to be taken lightly. If it is not intervened, it is necessary to take precautions because it can cause serious discomfort. Tooth decay reaches the dental nerve over time and causes pain. As a result of cracking or breaking the tooth, it also causes damage to the face. ​ As a result, the tooth may become infected or inflamed. In case of damage to the dental nerve or dental pulp, bacteria begin to spread around the tooth. This bacterium multiplies and grows over time. ​ Problems such as bacteria and tooth decay cause abscess formation or an increase in infection. In such cases, it is seen that the pain increases day by day. Severe pain disturbs the person, and based on this situation, root canal treatment is performed to prevent the problem. In this way, the tooth is repaired and the problem is prevented and the pain is eliminated. In which situations is root canal therapy applied? A carious tooth problem usually brings about very serious damage and causes pain. Over time, these cause facial paralysis and trauma. To be more descriptive and for the treatment to be applicable, dental x-rays are taken. Root canal treatment is considered appropriate for decayed teeth with deep external fractures. ​ Things to Consider After Root Canal Treatment A little more care should be taken after root canal treatment. Because the formation of infection in the tooth causes pain. Therefore, the intake of crusty or hard foods should be avoided. It is very important not to take these foods for a while and not to damage the tooth. ​ Routine oral and dental cleaning should be done during the day. It is useful to consider the situations that will cause tooth sensitivity and act accordingly. Teeth should be brushed for two minutes twice a day. ​ The use of dental floss is beneficial in order to prevent infection after the root canal treatment. In this way, it is easier to remove the residues entering the tooth space. Avoiding the consumption of sugary or coloring foods, sticky and acidic foods and not taking them for a while will give healthier results. The medications recommended by the specialist must be taken regularly. ​ What are the Alternatives to Root Canal Treatment? When viewed, 90% effective results are obtained with root canal treatment. Since the decayed tooth problem is repaired in this way, the formation of infection is prevented. After the treatment, the occurrence of pain or the occurrence of traumatic events is prevented. There is no dental nerve problem for a lifetime. ​ Correct preservation of natural teeth at all times; It is a healthier condition for the mouth. The most effective results of root canal treatment are repaired without tooth loss. In this way, it is ensured that the natural tooth is taken under control without the application of artificial teeth. ​ What should be done after root canal treatment? It is absolutely necessary to follow the instructions given by the dentist after the root canal treatment. In this way, the successful outcome of the treatment and the problems that may occur are prevented. In the treatment method to repair the tooth, situations that will cause sensitivity after the procedure should be avoided. Consumption of excessive cold and excessive heat can damage the tooth. ​ Depending on the size of the caries problem in the tooth, the formation of infection occurs. The size of this infection is usually painful. It should be known that the root canal treatment is not caused by pain. For this reason, attention is paid to the regular use of the drugs recommended by the dentist. ​ Eating and drinking is suspended for a while. Especially avoiding crusty and hard foods should be helped to complete the treatment correctly. Treatment alone is not effective. The patient also plays a big role and by following the instructions, he gets effective results. ​ How Many Sessions Does Root Canal Treatment Take? The duration of root canal treatment is a subject that varies from person to person. Because the operation is performed according to the number of roots of the tooth. Infections in root canals and nerve cleaning cause time change. The size of the tooth infection can take longer to cure and in some cases for weeks. ​ There is a limitation of the duration of each root canal treatment to 30-90 minutes. Here, if there is an infection, it must first be cleaned and medication applied. It is necessary to wait a week for the drug to take effect. ​ At the end of a week, the treatment is completed with the completion of the root canal treatment. It is possible to say that this can be resolved in 2-3 sessions. ​ Does Root Canal Treatment Hurt? Pain formation during the procedure varies completely depending on the infection in the tooth. Depending on the infection in the tooth, root canal treatment is painful or painless. However, local anesthesia is applied before the procedure in order to relieve the patient and as a requirement of the medical procedure. ​ With local anesthesia, the area to be treated is anesthetized. Since it shows the numbing effect, there is no feeling of pain. Since problems such as pity do not arise, it is done with peace of mind and does not harm the person. ​ How Does Root Canal Treatment Pain Go? Caries in the tooth cause tooth loss over time. It brings the emergence of very serious pain in the patient before tooth loss. Since pain causes facial paralysis and trauma, it should not be perceived as just a dental problem. Because a toothache can bring unexpected results. ​ This problem is eliminated by the examination of the dentist. Pain does not occur with local anesthesia before root canal treatment. However, as the local anesthesia begins to lose its effect, the pain manifests itself according to the size of the infection in the tooth. In order to relieve these pains, the medications recommended by the dentist should be taken regularly. Medicines can be sold without a prescription. This is an effective and correct method. ​ This is not the case with the root canal treatment method performed here. Because the tooth nerve is removed and the tooth infection is eliminated. It is repaired because it remains in the mouth. As the tooth problem is resolved, the tooth regains its former functions. After this process, it is necessary to pay more attention to oral and dental health. ​ In this way, since the formation of dental problems is prevented and the problems are eliminated, the tooth is used for a long time. As long as no other problems arise, it continues to do its job for the mouth. ​ Will I Feel Pain During Root Canal Treatment? It is very rare to experience pain during root canal treatment. Because local anesthesia is applied before the procedure to perform the medical procedure. In this way, the tooth is anesthetized and the problem is resolved before pain occurs. ​ Local anesthesia also shows its effect after the procedure. Pain may occur as it loses its effect over time. Pain can be prevented by taking the medications recommended by the dentist. ​ I Had Root Canal Treatment But I Still Have Pain In My Tooth, Why? Root canal treatment is known as a painful treatment. This situation varies according to the formation of infection in the tooth and the damage to the tooth. In fact, under normal conditions, pain does not occur. Because here, local anesthesia is applied to the patient before the procedure. ​ With local anesthesia, pain does not appear both during and after the procedure. The cause of the pain felt varies according to the size of the infection in the tooth. To prevent painful situations that may occur; It is recommended to use the medicines recommended by the dentist regularly. In this way, pain relief and treatment can be controlled.

  • Jaw Joint and Facial Pain | Dentasya

    Jaw Joint (TMJ) and Facial Pain What is Jaw Joint (TMJ) and Facial Pain? Highly advanced treatment methods are applied for people who are faced with Jaw Joint and Facial Pain. At this point, let's examine the details together. What is the Jaw Joint? It is said that a person's jaw muscle is used 2,000 times a day during chewing, swallowing, breathing and speaking. Because the jaw joint is connected to the spine and is close to the teeth, many problems may occur. The movements of the lower jaw are made by using the neck and jaw muscles. A cartilage pad holds these joints together. ​ Where is the Jaw Joint? Jaw Joint and Facial Pain is the joint formed by the lower jaw bone and the temporal bone. It's at the junction of the lower jaw and skull on either side, and it will move as you move your jaw every time you chew, swallow, yawn, or speak. ​ How is Jaw Joint Discomfort Treated? There are various treatment methods for jaw joint disease. First of all, it is very important that you are thoroughly and adequately examined by your doctor and diagnosed. With the correct use of the jaw joint in early diagnosis, many treatments are very short-term. Therefore, if you want your treatment to be successful, you should follow your doctor's recommendations and start using your jaw joint correctly. ​ You can do small chin exercises at home. Doing the daily exercises recommended by your doctor and being careful during the day is one of the most important points of treatment. ​ Physical therapy is very important in controlling pain. It is one of the most important treatments for the relaxation and healing of the muscles. You can use painkillers, muscle relaxants and antidepressants under the supervision of a doctor and on the advice of drug therapy. Cold / hot therapy that can be applied to reduce pain and prepare the jaw for exercises. If your jaw problems are caused by some psychological effects, your doctor will recommend psychotherapy. ​ Clenching and grinding of teeth have a great effect on the formation of jaw joint disorders. For these reasons, splints attached to the lower jaw at night will provide joint opening and prevent the problem of clenching. Manipulation method is used to relax the jaw muscles by sliding the joint disc. How Does the Jaw Joint Work? There is a cartilage pad between the lower jawbone and the temporal bone that prevents wear and facilitates jaw movements. This cartilage cushion holds the joint and bones together and connects our jaw to our skull by providing joint integrity. ​ How Does the Jaw Joint Deteriorate? There are many causes of jaw joint deterioration. However, these include clenching teeth (bruxism), using the jaw badly and harshly, and chewing gum. In order to facilitate jaw movements, the existing cartilage pad slips and breaks down as a result of abrasion between the two bones. With the slippage of the jaw disc, the jaw joint deteriorates and a treatment is required under the control of a doctor. ​ What Can Be Done for Jaw Joint Disorder? First of all, you should consult your doctor and wait for the diagnosis and treatment to be determined. After getting a diagnosis from a specialist dentist, appropriate treatment should be determined and applied as soon as possible after X-rays, tomographs, MRI, pet extraction, and the progression of jaw joint disease should be prevented. ​ Why Do Jaw Joint Disorders Occur? Constantly clenching and grinding the teeth (bruxism) is one of these reasons. Posture disorder plays a very important role in jaw joint disorders. Closure problems in the jaw, dental diseases, One-sided chewing puts too much stress on the unilateral jaw muscle, Some psychological reasons trauma, exposure to too much cold, hard foods, Behaviors that use jaw movements such as nail biting, chewing constantly, breathing through the mouth, eating seeds, talking on the phone for a long time, playing the violin, Jaw joint disorders may occur as a result of diseases such as tumors and inflammatory rheumatism. Why Does Jaw Joint Occur? The jaw joint formed by the lower jawbone and the temporal bone may require treatment in some cases. Although it is a chronic disease, sometimes it can occur suddenly with difficult dental treatments, traffic accidents, getting hit and intense stress. ​ What Are the Symptoms of Jaw Joint Discomfort? You feel tenderness and pain in the muscles. If you feel pain in the jaw area and cheeks, you may be experiencing jaw joint discomfort. It is one of the most common consequences of clenching (bruxism). If you can't move your chin comfortably and feel restricted. It may occur with the slippage of the articular disc and deterioration of the anatomy. If you hear noise in your joints, you may hear noise in your jaw joints due to the dislocation or calcification of the joint disc. If you feel a slip in your mouth, it indicates physiological disorders that occur between the joint discs. Changing your daily chewing routine. Pain when chewing and unilateral chewing can lead to joint disorders; can cause jaw joint disorders. Experiencing intense stress and psychological disorders can cause a very troublesome process in mouth movements. Complaints such as tinnitus and dizziness may also be among the symptoms. As a result of the jaw joint being connected with the skull, such complaints may occur. Pain radiating to the ear, tooth, neck and eye is frequently seen among the symptoms. What are the Causes of Jaw Joint (Temporomandibular) Disorders? With the weakening of the jaw muscles and the laziness of the jawbone, the jawbone cannot be used actively and the muscles weaken. Jaw joint disorders may occur as a result of the loss of harmony between the jaw joint and the disc in the joint and the slippage of the disc. Incorrect treatments and procedures that damage the relationship of the jaws with each other are also included under this title. The habit of chewing gum is a habit that is very damaging to the jaw joint. Difficulty while yawning or eating, opening the mouth more than necessary, consuming hard foods are among the causes of jaw joint disorders. If you have strained the jaw joints or feel pain, you can apply a hot compress to the aching area with a hot towel when you wake up in the morning. This ailment, which is generally seen in the middle-aged and older group, needs to be treated with care. Otherwise, it may cause other physiological and psychological problems. ​ What is Teeth Grinding or Teeth Clenching? Teeth grinding / clenching, also known as bruxism, is a problem that increases with stress and adversely affects dental health when left untreated. Because it usually occurs during sleep, people who have this problem are not aware that they are grinding and clenching their teeth unless they experience pain. It may cause waking up with a vague pain in the morning. If it is not treated for a long time, it causes big problems such as not being able to open the mouth. ​ Initially, it starts with complaints such as headache, facial pain and jaw pain in the morning. It progresses over time and causes difficulty in eating and opening and closing the mouth, causing increased jaw problems. People with jaw discomfort can apply to the jaw surgery clinic. However, in emergencies, you can also apply to ear, nose, throat and neurology clinics. ​ It is important that you start the treatment process, which you will determine with z, quickly. It is necessary to raise awareness of the patient and transfer the necessary information and details. This problem can be easily avoided by using dental plates. They are transparent plates used to prevent the teeth in the lower and upper jaws from touching each other and to cut their contact. The patient needs to be specially prepared by taking the size of the mouth. Protective appliances made of hard acrylic material can be used. It is called the night guard. Just like dental plaques, it is used to prevent the lower and upper jaw teeth from touching each other. In addition, tincture relaxants and hot compresses will relieve the tension in the muscles and allow you to relax. It should be used with the recommendation and advice of your doctor. ​ What Kind of Problems Does Teeth Grinding or Clenching Cause? In the first stages of the discomfort, it causes problems such as head, face and jaw pain complaints in the morning. However, as the severity increases and the disease progresses, the pain increases and causes serious problems. This disorder, which occurs in jaw joint disorders, can cause pain every time you open and close your mouth. As a result, it may cause you to be unable to open your mouth. The teeth that you clenched with pressure that you cannot control at night may break or fall out due to excessive pressure. It creates sensitivity in your jaw muscles. It causes damage to the teeth and cheeks. ​ What should be considered in the treatment of the jaw joint? The doctor you choose during the treatment process will become one of the most important criteria. Your communication with your dentist should be accurate and understandable. Your doctor can apply many treatment methods together. Regular use of medications and regular visits if physical therapy is given are essential for a positive outcome of the treatment. If your doctor has recommended a diet, it should be done regularly without interruption. If a prosthetic splint is included in the treatment, you should continue to use it regularly as recommended by your dentist, unless otherwise informed by your doctor. If you have started using plaques, you should go to regular checkups and carefully monitor the development and healing process. ​ How to Understand Improvement in Jaw Joint Treatment? It is a process that varies according to the size of the problem you are experiencing and the severity of the pain. A severe pain may not heal completely every time you experience it. For this reason, it is very important that you start your treatment under the control of a doctor as soon as the size of the pain increases. Another criterion is that you can continue your daily activities without pain. The fact that you can perform actions that use jaw joint movements intensively, such as eating, talking, and yawning, without pain, is a sign that the treatment is going well. ​ Is Talking Too Much Among the Causes of Jaw Joint Disorders? There is no scientific knowledge or anything said by doctors as talking too much causes jaw joint disorders. However, it may be necessary to be careful as moving the jaw too much will be a negative situation during the treatment process. ​ How should the chin be used to prevent chin joint disorders? You need to pay attention to dental and oral hygiene. Oral hygiene, which is one of the most important criteria, is very important. You should not neglect your dentist checks. Even if you do not have any problems with your teeth or jaw, you should consult a dentist every 6 months and have your routine check-ups. ​ You should avoid bad habits such as nail biting, pen biting, and trying to break hard-shelled foods with your teeth. You will also have a great role in solving jaw joint disorders. You can start physical therapy with the advice of a doctor to correct your posture and posture. With regular physical therapy, you can easily get rid of joint ailments. Lips should be closed, teeth should be open. You must have the right posture. When chewing something, you should use your right and left jaws equally. The act of chewing on one side will cause discomfort. The hardest suggestion you should pay attention to is to stay away from stress. You should try to live a calm and stress-free life.

  • Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery | Dentasya

    Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery What is Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery? Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery diagnoses and treats all diseases in the oral cavity. In this section, where the treatment of patients in all age ranges is applied; Patients with problems such as difficulty chewing or biting, difficulty swallowing, jaw joint problems and tooth wear are also taken care of. What Diseases Does Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery Treat? Problems that are very common among maxillofacial surgery patients; It is usually noticed by difficulty in biting, chewing or swallowing problems. The patient should also be examined by specialist physicians in cases of dental wear, abrasion and jawbone problems. ​ Finding and solving the sources of problems such as snoring, difficulties in noisy breathing and snoring are also included in the scope of this section. Related treatments within the scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery are: ​ Normal and surgical tooth extractions, Diagnosis and treatment of jaw cysts and tumors, Bone augmentation, Extraction of impacted and complicated teeth, Diagnosis and treatment of infections in the mouth, jaw and face, Diagnosis and treatment of soft tissue areas in the mouth, Treatment of fractures in the jaw and face area, Treatment of dental intraosseous lesions, Root tip resections, Surgical correction of hard and soft tissues before dental prosthesis construction, Treatment of cleft lip and palate, Medical and surgical treatment of salivary gland diseases, Surgical treatment of deformities that cause aesthetic and functional disorders, Implant applications, Treatment of bone necrosis in the jaw due to drugs and radiotherapy applied during cancer treatment is performed. ​ Treatments Applied in Our Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery Department Clinic Congenital or acquired maxillofacial abnormalities, implant placement, implant surgery, Positioning bone grafts in jawbones where there is not enough space for the implant, Treatment of cleft palate and lip, embedded tooth extraction, Jawbone cyst treatment procedures are applied. What are the Problems That May Occur If Jaw Bone Cysts Are Not Treated? Cavities containing liquid or semi-liquid and covered with soft tissue are called cysts. Small enough to be seen only with a microscope, these bacteria are found in the mouth at all hours of the day. ​ If the number of bacteria in the mouth exceeds a certain rate, this situation begins to damage the mouth structure, creating various wounds and swellings in the mouth. As a result of these symptoms, the patient is diagnosed with a jawbone cyst by specialist physicians who have developed themselves in the field of oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery. ​ Jaw cysts, which can be treated with surgery, grow slowly and unnoticed. As long as the patient delays the treatment, pain and swelling may occur, as well as numbness and burning due to nerve compression. Since this situation will affect the daily life of the patient, treatment should be started as soon as possible. Even if the cysts do not cause any discomfort to the patient, they must be treated. ​ Jaw cysts can be benign or malignant, as in any cyst. Cysts that may appear benign at first have the risk of turning into malignant cysts later on. This causes serious weakening of the jaw muscles. Oral care should be done without interruption in order to prevent the formation of cysts. ​ Some of the main problems that may arise in cases where the jaw cyst is not treated are as follows: The cyst grows insidiously over time without the patient noticing and weakens the jawbone. The jawbone becomes breakable with the slightest blow. Jaw cysts, which also occur due to impacted teeth, can also affect healthy neighboring teeth and cause tooth loss. Health cannot be neglected, and as with any disease, early diagnosis saves lives. ​ What Complications Can Cause Impacted Teeth? Impacted teeth are teeth that have not erupted or have not erupted where they should have come out in the mouth. The teeth may remain buried under the skin due to factors such as the thickness of the gingiva, the absence of a tooth eruption area, and genetic factors. As long as the impacted teeth are not extracted, the pressure applied to the adjacent teeth can cause infection and cause tooth decay. These teeth may also need to be extracted for orthodontic reasons. As the tooth tries to come out, slipping and deformity of the teeth may occur due to the application of pushing on the teeth in the front. Extraction of impacted teeth is performed by advanced oral, dental and maxillofacial surgeons. The patient can return to his daily life immediately after the procedure. Various complications may occur in case of not using or disrupting the prescription drugs to be given by the physician. In some patients, the tooth may remain embedded in sufficient empty spaces in the jawbone. In this case, if the impacted tooth does not harm the patient and the adjacent teeth, there is no need for surgical intervention. ​ What are Implant Applications? What are the Benefits? An implant is an artificially produced tooth root. Implant made of titanium and alloys; As a treatment method, it is often used to fill the cavity of decayed and extracted teeth. Since the jawbone will accept the titanium as a part of the body, the recovery period is short and the permanence period is long. ​ Implant application, which is preferred by many patients, is performed by oral, dental and maxillofacial surgeons. The reason why this treatment method is used so frequently is that it offers a wide range of treatment methods to patients with missing or no teeth. The advantages of the implant treatment method compared to traditional treatment methods are quite high. One of the biggest advantages of this method is that it never harms the surrounding teeth during or after the application. Implant teeth, which are close to the natural tooth appearance, give the person an aesthetic and healthy appearance. ​ If oral care is done regularly, implant teeth provide a lifetime of use. This care is quite simple and should be added to the patient's daily oral care routine after treatment. Teeth should be brushed regularly and correctly twice a day, and then between teeth should be cleaned with dental floss to ensure that food residues are removed. ​ The main advantages of implant treatment are: fluent speech, Perfect tooth root Confidence, oral health, Durability, It provides ease of eating. How is Implant Treatment Applied? Implant treatment is a very simple and painless procedure in today's technology. Since anesthesia will be applied during the treatment, the patient will not feel any pain. The type of anesthesia is decided by physicians who are experts in the field of oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery after the patient is examined. As a result of the joint decision of the patient and the physician, anesthesia is applied generally or locally. Titanium screws, that is, implants with artificial tooth roots, which can be used for a long time, are placed in the jawbone of the patient, who is prepared for the operation. It takes about 10-15 minutes to make each implant. ​ Fusion to the jawbone so that the placed implants can replace the real tooth root it needs. This period takes place between 3 and 6 months depending on the bone structure. In this process, the implants fuse with the jawbone and become ready for the next procedure. ​ In the process of union, the patient; He should pay attention to his diet, reduce the use of alcohol and cigarettes. Because the use of these substances prevents the implant from fusing with the jawbone and accordingly the implant may be lost. ​ After the patient recovers, the implants are able to lift the prosthetic tooth and permanent prosthesis is applied. Any patient with a suitable gap in the mouth and jawbone can have implant treatment. However, in some patients, there may not be enough free space for implantation. In such cases, a suitable area is created for implant placement in the patient with advanced surgical methods. ​ People with diseases such as high blood pressure and hemophilia should be treated with an implant procedure together with their doctors. Likewise, if a disease that will prevent healing, such as diabetes, is controlled with drugs, there will be no problem in the application of implant treatment. ​ What is Tooth Extraction? Tooth extraction is the extraction of unhealthy teeth that cannot be cured as a result of damage to one or more teeth. This procedure is performed by specialist dentists or oral, dental and maxillofacial surgeons, under local anesthesia or various sedation applications. ​ Milk teeth fall out over time and are replaced by permanent teeth, and these permanent teeth can remain on the jawbone for a lifetime. People apply to specialist physicians to have their sequential teeth extracted due to various ailments. For orthodontic treatments, teeth that disrupt the oral structure and impair the tooth structure by applying pressure to the neighboring teeth should be extracted. ​ After tooth extraction, the patient can continue his daily life from where he left off. However, they should not consume hot food and drink for 24 hours, and should not use alcohol and cigarettes. ​ What is Impacted Tooth Extraction? Teeth that cannot come out because they do not have enough space or cannot come into the right position are called impacted teeth. Mostly, 20-year-old teeth have impacted teeth problems. However, in some cases, there is a possibility of impacted teeth that are not wisdom teeth. ​ Teeth that have stopped protruding from the gums may in some cases come out halfway and then stop coming out. Since the structure of each impacted tooth is different, different treatment methods should be applied to the individual. The most effective treatment method for teeth that press on other teeth, move in the jawbone and do not come out spontaneously is surgical intervention. ​ The extraction of impacted teeth, which gives pain to the patient over time, is performed by oral, dental and maxillofacial surgeons. One of the main reasons why impacted teeth cause pain is the application of general pressure in the mouth and the compression of healthy teeth, as there is no place to come out. ​ The treatment is given to the patient after local anesthesia and takes approximately 45 minutes – 1 hour. If the patient uses the painkillers given by the doctor after tooth extraction, he will start to heal without any pain. The recovery period is an average of 7 days. ​ Impacted tooth symptoms are as follows: Bleeding in the mouth, teeth or gums, gum sensitivity, Pain in the jaw and ear, Swelling that may occur in the lymph nodes, Headache, bad breath, Difficulty opening the mouth It can be seen in the form of pain when chewing or biting food. What are the Advantages of Quadruple Implant Treatment? Implant treatment is applied to the patient to fill the gaps caused by tooth loss and various reasons. However, the treatment of people who have lost many teeth or are edentulous can be very long and costly. With this method, instead of using a single implant for each missing tooth, four implants are used at the top and four at the bottom. The quadruple implant application technique is applied to patients who have no teeth. This treatment is used to fix the prosthesis with 4-6 implants; It is a simple, painless, effective and affordable method. Bone losses are usually at the back of the patients' jaws, and therefore this application can be performed on the anterior jawbone. With this technique, oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery clinics provide the patient with natural and beautiful-looking teeth in the same day with a single surgical procedure.

  • Dental Prosthesis | Dentasya

    Dental Prosthesis What is Dental Prosthesis? Dental prosthesis; divided into full or partial dentures. Full dentures refer to the use of removable devices to replace lost teeth. ​ It is an apparatus that is generally produced from acrylic or porcelain on an acrylic base structure. The application logic of partial dentures is the same. However, like full dentures, it is not used to replace all teeth, but instead of some missing teeth. ​ In general, the application of dental prosthesis, which has different types, is determined according to the needs of the person. The application called fixed dental prosthesis is preferred in people with less tooth loss. After a certain cutting and reduction process on the existing tooth, the coating is made. ​ Then, fixed dental prostheses are created by mounting the prosthesis on it. In addition to such procedures, prostheses are basically applied to close the gap formed in the teeth in an accurate and comfortable way. In Which Situations Is Dental Prosthesis Applied? Dental prosthesis is applied as a result of damage to teeth and gums or surrounding tissues. In the same way, if the teeth are lost due to certain reasons, prosthetic teeth are applied. It is aimed that the teeth, which are considered to be the basis of the digestive system, are prepared specifically for the person and reach the desired function. ​ It is very important to have a healthy tooth structure. In addition, the use of prostheses is common in terms of aesthetic appearance. It is known that dental prostheses are useful and beneficial if performed by a dentist who is an expert in the field. ​ What are the Advantages of Prosthetic Teeth? The main purpose of prosthesis applications is to return the lost dental health and aesthetics to the person. The use of prosthesis in the field of dentistry is preferred in order to restore both the functional and aesthetic properties of lost tissues and teeth. It also helps to protect existing teeth and tissues that are healthy in the mouth. Dental prostheses are very useful in terms of performing the oral and chewing application, which is the first stage of our nutrition and digestion. What are the types of prosthetic teeth? Prostheses are divided into types according to need. Partial and full removable dentures are often preferred. In addition, they are widely used in metal-free or metal-supported fixed and porcelain prostheses. ​ In addition, there are also types of immediate prosthesis fitted after tooth extraction. Also known as fixed dental prosthesis, the type of prosthesis mounted on the natural tooth roots by cutting is also known as another type of prosthetic tooth. ​ Fixed Dental Prosthesis Fixed dental prosthesis; It refers to the completion of the dental tissue of excessive material loss or missing teeth by using materials of complementary color. It is aimed to provide both the appearance and aesthetics of the tooth and the preservation of the functionality of the tooth. ​ It is known that the most preferred type of prosthesis is fixed dental prosthesis. In order to make fixed prostheses, at least 2 long-rooted and solid teeth must be present at both ends of the non-toothed area to hold the prosthesis. This application is called bridge. ​ Maintenance in Fixed Prostheses Dental floss sold in the pharmacy is an important element in the cleaning of fixed dentures. It is also recommended not to use products that have the potential to corrode the prosthesis. Absolutely no cleaning materials such as bleach and detergent are used. It is recommended to use specially produced toothpaste and brushes for prosthesis. In this way, it is possible for people to easily use fixed prostheses for a long time. ​ Removable Denture Removable prostheses are another treatment method that is curious about the subject. They are known as appliances that the person can easily follow up and are positioned instead of missing teeth. There are various types such as total prosthesis and immediate prosthesis. A desired type of prosthesis is selected in accordance with the needs and mouth structure of the person. ​ Maintenance in Removable Prostheses Care in removable dentures is also an element that needs attention in terms of dental prosthesis. In removable prostheses, it is important to keep them in special solution and water when not in use. In addition, it is recommended to use brushes and pastes specially designed for removable prostheses. ​ Metal Supported Porcelain Teeth Porcelain tooth application with metal infrastructure is known as a type of coating in which different metal alloys are placed under the porcelain material. These elements are preferred because they are compatible with gingival and dental tissues and are durable. ​ Elimination of Tooth Deficiencies Making different types of prosthesis is among the most basic applications at the point of eliminating tooth deficiencies. Sometimes tooth loss can not be prevented, despite over-the-counter applications such as dental fillings. In this case, and especially in conditions where there is more than one missing tooth, the most suitable dental prosthesis application should be preferred. ​ How Are Dentures Cleaned? Although it may seem like a difficult element at first, the cleaning and use of dental prostheses is much easier today. Accordingly, many cleaning products are offered. It is recommended to brush with cleansing gel at least 2 times a day. In this way, coffee stains, tea, nutrients such as surplus elements are removed. For brushing application, the use of specially produced brushes for prostheses should be preferred. ​ Of course, this does not apply to fixed dental prostheses. It is possible to remove and wash the removable dentures which are used instead of all teeth. Prostheses made with other methods should be cleaned by brushing without applying pressure, as we use on our normal teeth. In addition, dentures should be kept in water or solution in a storage box outside of the use process. ​ What is the Function of the Prosthesis? Prostheses are mainly used when there is loss of teeth and surrounding tissues due to various reasons. In case of any problem or loss, it can also be expressed as performing dental repair or designing a functional product instead. ​ Materials that are specially prepared for the person and that help to keep the oral comfort at a high level are called prostheses. The main function of the prosthesis is to fulfill all the functions provided by the person's own teeth. For this reason, the best quality and suitable prosthesis application is preferred. ​ How long does it take to get used to my prostheses? One of the issues that people who prefer prostheses are most curious about is the process of getting used to. It is normal to experience short-term discomfort with the use of a new prosthesis. However, if you pay attention to some tricks, it is possible to get used to it in a short time. Prostheses may be perceived as a foreign product at first. However, this situation does not last long. Various adhesives recommended by the specialist can be used to get used to the prosthesis. In this way, you can achieve dental comfort more easily. In addition, the process of getting used to the prosthesis can be started with practices such as singing and eating calmly. Maintaining oral hygiene and not interrupting regular controls will allow you to get used to the prosthesis in a much shorter time. ​ How long can the prosthesis be used? The process of using the dental prosthesis applied from the patient may vary depending on the person. Generally, each prosthesis is long-lasting and if used correctly, this period will be longer. However, the compatibility of the prosthesis may deteriorate due to the changing tissue and wear over a period of time. This situation can be easily understood from the difficulty of using prosthesis. Although it varies from person to person, this period corresponds to a period of 5 years on average. ​ How Should I Care for Prostheses? First of all, in prosthetic care; It is recommended to remove it after meals and clean it with water. In addition, chemical liquids are used in removable prostheses. Dentures should be brushed before going to bed and between meals. Prosthesis-specific pastes and toothbrushes should be used for brushing. ​ Can Patients Using Removable Dentures Bite With Their Front Teeth? Especially in recent years, important steps have been taken regarding removable prostheses. Prostheses, which were more difficult to use in the past, are now easy to use with fixing adhesives and many similar elements. Therefore, if applied and used correctly, removable prostheses can be used easily. However, it is not recommended for those who use removable dentures to bite with their front teeth. ​ Does Prosthesis Application Change Speech? It is very important to use products suitable for the mouth and natural tooth structure of the person in the prosthesis application. For this reason, prosthesis application is performed individually. If applied correctly and carefully, dental prosthesis affects people's speech and other applications positively. Difficulty in speaking may occur as a natural part of the process of getting used to the denture at first. The best way to prevent this is to make various speech practices with the dental prosthesis and aim to get used to it as soon as possible. ​ How should the natural teeth remaining in the mouth be taken care of? When removable or fixed prosthesis is applied; There may be question marks about the care of other teeth in the mouth. Apart from proper care of the prosthesis, the maintenance process of natural teeth in the mouth can be carried out in the usual way by brushing and paste. ​ How should the prosthesis be cleaned and maintained? The maintenance and cleaning of the prosthesis is easier than expected. In fixed and removable prostheses; It is recommended to use a special brush and paste. In addition, if removable dentures are used, brushing and cleaning between meals is important. In addition, when not in use, the prosthesis should be kept in a special solution in order not to deform. Apparatuses such as dental floss can also be used easily in terms of prosthesis. In addition, it is recommended to follow the care conditions recommended by a specialist in the field for dental prosthesis. ​ Can I use the prosthesis without ever removing it? This question, which is usually asked for the use of removable prosthesis; can be answered as no. Although it is very suitable inside the mouth, it is not recommended to wear removable dentures for 24 hours. It is important to clean it effectively by removing it at certain intervals and thus to provide a much more comfortable and hygienic use. ​ My Denture Gum Hurts, What Should I Do? Especially when removable dentures are first used, they can hurt the gums and cause sensitivity. When these and similar complaints occur, a doctor should be consulted. The patient should not try to fix the prosthesis himself for the hairdresser. In case of any problem, the specialist physician who created the prosthesis should be contacted. Thanks to products such as denture adhesives and creams, the comfort of use can be increased. ​ How should the doctor control order be in dental prosthesis? If there is no urgent and unusual complaint, the first controls should be performed approximately 1 week after the prosthesis is placed. Thereafter, a continuous check-up every 6 months is recommended. In cases where it is not possible to check every 6 months, it should be checked at least once a year. After tooth extraction, the prosthesis may lose its harmony over time and cause discomfort. Although dental prostheses are durable devices that can be used for a long time, they should be checked over time and a doctor should be contacted in case of any complaints. You can apply to Dentasya for all the details you are curious about and you can get information on many issues, especially the prices of dental prosthesis.

  • Gum Diseases | Dentasya

    Gum Diseases What is Gum Diseases? Gum Diseases is the inflammation of the soft tissue around the teeth by being damaged for various reasons. Periodontitis, which is easily treated with early diagnosis, can lead to tooth loss if left untreated. ​ Gum diseases are easy to treat, but if neglected, it will lead to irreversible results. In addition, the protection of teeth and healthy gums will provide good digestion and keep your body healthy. Why Do Gum Diseases Occur? A soft bacterial layer, called microbial dental plaque, accumulates on all tooth surfaces and between them. If this plaque is not removed from the teeth well, harmful bacteria will multiply and cause you to deal with gum disease. The harmful substances produced by bacteria cause inflammation in the gums and recession of the gums. Over time, microbial dental plaque turns into dental calculus over time, paving the way for gum diseases. ​ What Causes Gum Diseases? One of the main causes is gingival plaque. However, factors such as cigarettes, drugs and stress have a significant impact on dental health. Dental health affects general body health. Smoking not only harms the body but also increases the risk of gum disease. Due to the chemicals in the cigarette and the heat it gives to the gums, it causes gingivitis to go unnoticed. Medications have a negative effect on gum health. Birth control pills, antidepressants, blood pressure and heart medications, immunosuppressant drugs will cause gum recession and gum inflammation. Although stress is the cause of many diseases, it poses a risk in the formation and treatment of periodontal diseases. Vitamin deficiency can lead to gum disease. Since the immunity of the body without vitamins will decrease, it will become open to infections. Unhealthy diet negatively affects the body and weakens its immune system, making it vulnerable to infections. Gum diseases increase with unhealthy diet and become difficult to treat. What are the Symptoms of Gum Diseases? Gum bleeding, especially during tooth brushing Sensitive and swollen gums, bad breath, Recession in the gums, Gums begin to separate from around the teeth, gingivitis, Teeth begin to wobble and roots begin to appear. Gum diseases can occur as gum recession, bleeding gums, and gum inflammation. Causes such as not paying attention to oral hygiene, brushing wrong and hard teeth, incorrect fillings, dental calculus, bruxism (teeth clenching) cause periodontal diseases. If gingival diseases are still in the initial stage and have not progressed to the bone, the problem can be easily eliminated by paying attention to the cleaning of the calculus and oral care. However, if the problem progresses to the bone and progresses to the tissues under the gingiva, appropriate surgical procedures should be intervened. ​ How Are Gum Diseases Treated? At the initial stage, oral hygiene training is given to the patient by cleaning the tooth and tooth surface, tooth root and tartar. Proper brushing and flossing is carefully demonstrated. Paying attention to oral hygiene is a form of treatment that will be sufficient for a simple gingivitis. However, different methods should be applied in more severe diseases. Surgical treatment method should be used in advanced periodontal diseases. In case of advanced infection and gingival recession, cavities called periodontal pockets are eliminated. Painless and bleeding-free treatment is possible with technological devices such as laser. After the application, the patient is kept under observation with 3, 6, 12-month controls in order to return to his daily routine and have completely healthy gums. ​ How to Prevent Gingival Recession (Periodontitis)? Keeping the teeth as clean as possible is one of the easiest and most practical ways to minimize gingival recession. You can easily prevent your gums from receding by brushing your teeth twice a day, using flossing and cleaning your teeth regularly by dentists. What is Tooth Sensitivity and How Does It Occur? Tooth sensitivity refers to dent or root sensitivity in the teeth. If factors such as hot, cold, sweet, sour, acidic drinks or cold weather cause your teeth to become sensitive and sore, it means you have tooth sensitivity. The enamel layer on the teeth covers the dentin in the tooth and prevents the tooth from being affected by factors such as cold and heat. If the enamel layer loses its function, dentin will be exposed as a result of gingival recession and you will face tooth sensitivity. ​ How Is Tooth Sensitivity Treated? The treatment of tooth sensitivity is through paying attention to oral hygiene. If you do your daily dental and oral care correctly and regularly, it will respond positively to the treatment of gum diseases. Dentists have some suggestions to reduce your tooth sensitivity; ​ Avoid hard blows and applications to your teeth, Make sure to clean your teeth with a soft bristle brush, You need to brush your teeth regularly, You should floss regularly and correctly. What Can Be Done to Prevent Tooth and Gum Diseases? For oral health, you should be under the control of a dentist regularly once every 6 months. Regular check-ups will easily prevent possible gingival disorders. Plaque builds up on the teeth over time. Wrong brushing and not using dental floss cause periodontitis diseases by turning these plaques into dental calculus over time. But regular brushing and flossing alone will not be enough. It is necessary to clean the tartar regularly under the control of the dentist. Teeth should be cleaned with the right technique with a soft-bristled toothbrush, which is not too much trouble. Smoking should be stopped, attention should be paid to healthy nutrition and stress should be avoided as much as possible. ​ What are the Complications that May Occur with Gum Retraction? One of the saddest consequences of gum recession is losing teeth. In addition, with gum recession, harmful bacteria can easily enter the circulatory system and harm the general health of your body. ​ Is There a Connection Between Gum Disease and General Health? A discomfort in the gums will affect other organs. Bacteria in the gums are said to damage organs. All harmful organisms that occur in the gums can travel through the body through the circulation. Respiratory ailments are said to be linked to rheumatoid arthritis, coronary artery and blood sugar control problems in diabetes, and gum recession. ​ Is Gum Disease Hereditary? It has not been proven to be genetic, but some people have a genetic predisposition to certain diseases. For this reason, people with gum diseases in family members should be more attentive to their teeth and should not interrupt their checkups by going to the dentist regularly. ​ If you do not want any disease to occur in the gums, the most important detail that you should pay attention to is not to interrupt the cleaning of the teeth. You can prevent the problem by taking early precautions against any problem by having monthly check-ups with the dentists. If the dentists deem it appropriate, you can solve the discomfort with antibiotic treatment and the use of a special mouthwash. Brushing the teeth twice a day and using dental floss will be very useful as it will destroy the bacteria. Is Mouthwash Used for Gum Diseases? Mouthwash is one of the dental cleaning products that must be used in any gum disease. It will help to prevent plaque and tartar formation by cleaning your teeth by contributing to dental cleaning. Which Department Takes Care of Gum Diseases? You can start your treatment by applying to the periodontology department. (Periondontology; the branch of science dealing with the treatment of diseases that occur in the gums.) What are the Suggestions for the Prevention of Gum Diseases? It is necessary to brush the teeth regularly and use the bottom floss. A soft-bristled brush is recommended. Vitamin C deficiency is said to be effective on gum diseases. Keeping your vitamin C level at a certain level under the supervision of a doctor will be beneficial for your teeth. Not smoking has become something recommended by almost all dentists. Smoking will trigger gum diseases and turn the treatment into a difficult process. We recommend that you adopt a regular and healthy diet. Consuming too much fast food and adopting a greasy, unhealthy diet will trigger gum disease. ​ Are There Herbal Treatment Methods For Gum Diseases? It is known that plants are very useful for gum diseases. One of them is the daisy. It is known that chamomile protects against gum diseases due to its antiseptic nature and does not cause any side effects. You can keep the chamomile in boiling water for 10 minutes and then use it as a mouthwash. It is recommended to discontinue use in case of any allergic reaction. Thyme cure is one of the most useful herbs when used regularly. It is recommended to use 2-3 times a day while brushing your teeth. It has been determined that licorice root also prevents plaque formation and is good for gingivitis. Licorice root, a natural sweetener, can be used as a sugar substitute in teas. It is recommended to consume 3 cups a day. Overuse can cause headaches, increased blood pressure, and fatigue. Echinacea is an herb known for boosting the immune system. Echinacea, which is recommended to be used in the form of mouthwash, will strengthen your immunity and protect you against any gum disease. Many people know that green tea has many benefits. We cannot pass without saying that it is also good for gum disease. You can use warm green tea regularly by gargling. Nettle, which turns into a very useful plant for teeth with its antibacterial properties, also prevents the formation of dental plaque and acts as a natural mouthwash. Peppermint is a very powerful herb in fighting bacteria. Drinking mint tea will prevent gingivitis and leave a fresh taste in your mouth. Sage, containing antiseptic components, stops bleeding and removes bacteria. It is common for cloves to be used in gum care. Clove provides daily care for your teeth by destroying bacteria with its antiseptic properties. ​ What Can Happen If Gum Disease Is Not Treated? If the teeth are ignored and gum diseases are not treated, the disease progresses to the bone and can lead to irreversible results. Inflammation of the tissues progresses to the alveolar bone that supports the teeth and can cause you to lose your teeth. Can Alcohol Cause Gum Diseases? Since alcohol causes changes in the amount and structure of saliva, it can make your teeth vulnerable to bad breath and infections. In addition to its effects such as irritation and redness, it can increase an existing infection and complicate the treatment process. ​ How Long Does Gum Disease Treatment Take? Today, since the treatment is applied with laser practical technology tools, the healing process is faster without bleeding and pain. Although the duration of treatment varies according to the problem you are experiencing and the course of your disease, you can extend or shorten the treatment by applying to your dentist whenever you feel any discomfort. ​ Do Children Have Gum Diseases? It is said that the risk of gum disease in children increases as they get older. However, there are some situations where children are at risk. You are faced with conditions such as not paying attention to oral care, insufficient and malnutrition, pediatric diseases, vitamin deficiency. ​ Is Toothpaste Choice Important for Gum Diseases? Your toothbrush and brushing technique are more important than the toothpaste to be used. If you are not in a special situation, it would be a good choice to choose the suitable toothpaste for you or to get advice from your dentist. However, it is seen that many patients with gingival problems experience some difficulties in the teeth brushing technique. For this reason, if you apply for examinations, you will first be shown the correct brushing and flossing techniques, and then treatment will be started. ​ Does Gum Disease Cause Bad Breath? If you have a problem such as gingivitis, infection and bacteria can cause bad breath. Diseases such as bruises, pharyngitis, sinusitis, reflux can cause bad breath. You can find a solution to this problem in a short time by contacting your dentist.

  • Transparent Plaque Treatment | Dentasya

    Transparent Plaque Treatment What is Transparent Plaque Treatment? Transparent Plaque Treatment, with this application for the correction of crooked tooth problem and gap tooth problems, treatment methods vary. It is an ideal choice for people who have problems with wire insertion. Thus, it is an ideal choice for patients who are not satisfied with the external appearance of the tooth. ​ In this application, which is among the aesthetic treatment methods; Tooth measurements are taken at the front and the design is carried out in digital environments. Since it has a transparent appearance, the detection rate is very low if it is placed on the tooth. Regular maintenance is required. Transparent plaque treatment is performed by changing it at regular intervals. What is Transparent Plaque Treatment? In general, clear plaque treatment is applied to individuals who have dental problems. This situation is handled in two different ways and treatment is started. ​ A slight feeling of compression may occur when the record set stage is passed. There is a condition that manifests itself in the form of mild pain, but it appears for a short time. Then the patient has the chance to take it off and put it on. At this stage, oral and dental care is carried out by cleaning. To Whom Can Transparent Plaque Treatment Be Applied? After classification as dental and skeletal, the suitability for the problem type is realized. It can be applied to those who do not have impacted teeth in the lower and upper jaws, who do not have problems in the jaw structure and who have aesthetic loss problems. ​ How is Transparent Plaque Treatment Applied? Before the procedure, the patient's tooth size is taken and the treatment is started. It is performed by taking measurements according to the lower and upper jaws. Then, internal and external views of the mouth are obtained. Then, after the x-ray of the mouth is taken, the transparent plaque is prepared. Photographing is done before and after the plate set and the clear plate treatment is realized. ​ In Which Diseases Is Transparent Plaque Treatment Applied? Orthodontic disorders have more than one type. Therefore, the transparent plaque treatment to be applied is generally an ideal treatment method that can be applied for gap tooth problems, crooked teeth, and jaw expansion. After the detection of orthodontic disorders by the dentist, it provides the appropriate treatment method. ​ What are the Advantages of Transparent Plaque Treatment? Since it is removable, it plays a role in the most correct oral and dental care. It is possible to perform the removal or insertion process at a time during the day that the person wishes. It is the most comfortable treatment for those who do not want to wear braces. Thus, it is ensured that the process is carried out in a simple way without being exposed to the wire image. Since it is removable, there is no problem in hygiene. Frequently Asked Questions about Clear Plaque Treatment Do I need to remove clear plates every day? Plates can be removed to clean the plaque. Therefore, it does not need to be constantly removed. How many days should the clear plate change be done? Transparent plates should be changed once a week. Are transparent plates an obstacle to eating and drinking? After getting used to the transparent plates, eating and drinking is not strong. How long is the treatment period? Treatment duration; varies from person to person. No precise information can be given on this matter. Do Teeth Move With Transparent Plaques Without Braces? Having braces allows the teeth to move. With the transparent plaque treatment performed here, it is possible for the teeth to move. It has the feature of moving faster than the braces. At the same time, it is a more comfortable and trouble-free treatment for the patient. In some cases, it gives faster results than braces treatment. ​ What Should Be Done Before Transparent Dental Plaque Treatment? There is no preliminary preparation to be done before the procedure. Oral and dental care is performed by the dentist only before the clear plaque treatment. Problems such as tartar formation and dental caries that occur in the teeth are eliminated and the basis for treatment is prepared. Then an order is placed for plaque preparation by taking the tooth size. Thus, a more hygienic intraoral treatment is performed. ​ What are the Elements to Be Considered After Transparent Dental Plaque Treatment? After the procedure, the patient can remove and insert the plates. For this, he needs to take care of his mouth and teeth during the day. Teeth must be brushed twice a day. In this way, possible problems are prevented and effective results are obtained. It is of great importance that the instructions given by the dentist are followed correctly without skipping. The correct result of the treatment is ensured by using the recommended protective plates. ​ Is There an Upper and Lower Age Limit in Transparent Plaque Treatment? It is a treatment that does not require any age restrictions. It is of great importance for the treatment of molars and incisors. ​ Since there is no upper age limit, the person can benefit from the treatment at any time. However, it is the treatment that should be preferred by advanced age groups in order for this to be successful. ​ Are There Any Situations In Which Transparent Plaque Treatment Should Not Be Applied? Every treatment application consists of a situation where it is not suitable for the patient. In such cases, the patient's suitability for the procedure is determined before the procedure, as required by the medical procedure. Necessary studies are initiated after its suitability for treatment is finalized. ​ Clear plate treatment is not performed due to the reduction of the supporting tissue and the reduction in the level of the jawbone. Plaque treatment can be started after the patient's discomfort is resolved. ​ Is Clear Plaque Treatment a Painful Treatment? It is known that most of the treatments performed to eliminate dental problems are painful. But it is not possible to talk about such a situation here. Because clear plaque treatment is known only as plaque placed on the teeth. ​ In other words, it is not possible to damage the tooth or cause pain. Since there is a slight pressure when inserting the plates, the pain is temporarily mild. ​ How Long Does Transparent Plaque Treatment Take? The duration of treatment may vary from person to person. The resulting variability must be taken into account. On average, the treatment period is completed in 1-1.5 years. ​ Do Transparent Plates Prevent Eating and Drinking? Does it need to be removed while eating? Under normal conditions, it is provided to have more advantages than braces. In this context; With clear plaque treatment, it is possible to remove plaques at any time of the day. It can be permanently removed and installed along with the plate. Since there are no metal parts, there is no problem during eating. It will be easier for the patient to remove the plaques while eating. ​ Does Clear Plaque Treatment Affect Speech? After starting plaque treatment, one should get used to it. In the first period, the person has difficulty getting used to the plaques. But it is a fact that this will pass in the future. It must take 1-2 weeks for this to happen. However, clear plaque treatment of some patients is difficult. ​ They have difficulty in speaking because the process of getting used to it takes a long time. The familiarization period must be completed. In this way, the person returns to his normal life in a short time without having difficulty in speaking and continues the treatment. ​ Does Excessive Consumption of Coffee, Tea and Cigarettes Affect Plaques, Which Foods and Drinks Change Colors of Transparent Dental Plaques? With the transparency of the plaques, it is not possible for the teeth to be damaged or discolored. However, plaques have a color change situation over time. This appears to be related to the food consumed. ​ It is possible for plaques to change color due to factors such as coffee, tea, coloring products, acidic foods and cigarettes. ​ If the plaques are changed weekly or every 15 days, there is no change in the color of the plaques. In order to get healthier and more effective results, an examination should be performed by a specialist physician. In this way, there is no problem by changing the plate regularly. ​ How to Clean Transparent Plaque? By paying attention to the cleaning and maintenance of the transparent plates, healthier results are achieved. Weekly change is seen with the transparent plaque treatment. The plate should be changed once a week and placed in its own box. ​ At the same time, it should be washed and rinsed with clean water before meals. If there will be plaque use for a long time; These plates should be cleaned by keeping them in water for a while. Thus, it is possible to clean the particles. ​ How Often Should Controls Be Performed in Transparent Plaque Treatment? Healthy results should be obtained by following the instructions given by the dentist and evaluating this process well. Plaque treatment is generally completed in 1-1.5 years. It is of great importance that the controls are carried out at the intervals given by the specialist physician. ​ Can Transparent Plates Be Used After Wire Treatment? This situation usually varies depending on the patient's condition. The patient should be examined by the dentist and then planned. If it is deemed appropriate after braces, it is possible for the dentist to perform clear plaque treatment. ​ Is Reinforcement Therapy Used The Same As Clear Plaque Treatment? A clear plate can be used for reinforcement therapy. Both contain a different situation in terms of technique and material. With the treatment, there is no problem of deterioration of the teeth and at the same time, it is ensured that they have a healthy smile. ​ How Many Hours a Day Should You Wear? Plates need to be fitted regularly during the day. Plaques should be removed, removed while the patient is clean and caring, and washed before and after meals. On average, it stays in the tooth for 20-22 hours. Apart from these situations, removal of plaques will result in unsuccessful treatment. The patient is disappointed because the desired result is not achieved. There is no problem in removing plaques at special events and invitations. This period should be limited to 3-4 hours. ​ Does Transparent Plaque Correct Tooth? Here, the biggest goal of clear plaque treatment is; It is the elimination of physical problems in the teeth. Braces are used to treat split, crooked and crooked teeth. However, since the braces are metal, transparent plaque is preferred. ​ The purpose of the braces is also to make the teeth smoother and to fix the problem. It is possible to say that the transparent plaque corrects the tooth, since both treatments give positive results. ​ Why Is a Transparent Plate Attached? Transparent plaque treatment is of great importance for patients with split, crooked and crooked teeth. Thus, with the elimination of dental problems, a transparent plaque is attached. It does not harm one's health. After the patient's habituation process is completed, the transparent plates do not disturb.

  • Aesthetic Dentistry | Dentasya

    Aesthetic Dentistry What is Aesthetic Dentistry? With Aesthetic Dentistry, you can easily achieve the dreamed smiles. It is an area applied by those who are concerned about aesthetic appearance as well as having a healthy mouth and teeth. Providing an impressive tooth and jaw structure is the main goal here. With the developing technology, the demands in the mouth and teeth area are also in the direction of aesthetic appearance. ​ This technology is also widely used in aesthetic dentistry. With active participation in social life, aesthetic concerns occur in people. For this reason, one of the most striking areas is smiles and tooth structures. The aesthetic formation to be applied in this area is determined according to the physical and social characteristics of the person. An aesthetic design is created as a result of the physical appearance that changes from person to person. The mouth, face and jaw structure of the person is evaluated together and the most natural and ideal appearance is created in the computer environment. ​ After the person's approval and approval is received, the treatment process is started. It is an application that everyone is pleased with the result of aesthetic dentistry, which many people apply. What is done in Aesthetic Smile Design? Aesthetic Dental Treatments Smile design is one of today's aesthetic dentistry formations. In aesthetic smile design, the patient's gender, order of teeth, age, tooth color, lip shapes, dreams and expectations are taken into consideration. According to all these features, a virtual design is made on the computer. ​ Then, the improvements and innovations on the design are carried out by playing on the virtual smile. In the form of a preview, the design structure is presented to us and the change is easily achieved. ​ Aesthetic smile design is the technique of achieving a beautiful appearance by considering the teeth, face shapes and needs that have deteriorated aesthetic appearance. Aesthetic smile design is created by the application of many processes. Since each person has a different mouth and face structure, the procedures to be applied vary from person to person. The patient's age, gender, and most importantly, expectations are also effective in determining these procedures. ​ As one of the first procedures to be done, cavities and yellowing of the teeth, if any, are removed. Later, the problems in the gums are resolved. All treatment procedures are applied according to the dental needs of the person. ​ It is carried out in accordance with the facial features with dental and dental aesthetic interventions. Teeth whitening is an essential part of smile design. If the patient has a missing tooth, these deficiencies are eliminated with prosthesis and implant applications. In addition, veneers, porcelain laminates, zirconium veneers and orthodontic wire treatments are among the methods applied in smile design. ​ A model is created by taking the patient's face and mouth measurements. The process is continued with the consent of the patient for the created model and the modifications on it. In the smile design, all mouth and tooth defects are removed and the final version is presented to the patient. ​ With these methods, tooth defects are removed without any wear on the teeth. As a whole, the teeth are given a white color. A harmony is achieved between lip structure and tooth order. As a result of all these procedures, the patient's satisfaction is ensured by creating a smile suitable for the facial features. What Should Patients Pay Attention to in Aesthetic Dental Treatments in Aesthetic Smile Design? In recent years, aesthetic dentistry has been the subject of research by most people. It should not be forgotten that the aesthetic smile design is created according to the person and varies from person to person. For this reason, the most important decision maker in smile design is the patient himself. They should constantly follow the developments and changes on the model and express their opinions. Aesthetic smile design is not realized with a single operation as stated. ​ More than one procedure may be required depending on the patient's tooth structure and needs. The patient should follow these procedures and be aware of exactly which procedures will be performed. The first step in aesthetic smile design is the analysis of the patient's facial features and tooth structure. Then, the teeth are handled in terms of shape and size and the appropriate tooth alignment is provided for the mouth structure. A healthy appearance is created by making necessary arrangements in the gums. For this reason, the procedures performed on the teeth are called white aesthetics, and the aesthetic procedures on the gums are called pink aesthetics. In the most ideal smile design, white and pink aesthetics should complement each other. ​ In aesthetic smile design, the whole process is transparently reported to the patient from the beginning to the end. The patient is informed about all procedures, changes and developments. In this design, progress is made in line with the demands of the patients. In these applications, not only an aesthetic appearance is provided, but also many dental problems are eliminated. With the aesthetic smile design, the patient becomes self-confident and can easily smile in the society. ​ Things to Consider Before Making a Decision for Aesthetic Dentistry Everyone knocks on the door of aesthetic dentistry to have a beautiful smile. In order to achieve an aesthetic tooth appearance, the patient must be disciplined and patient. Before starting these procedures, there are some situations that the patient should know and consider. Many aesthetic dental applications are not covered by insurance. No matter how permanent this process is, it should be repeated within 10 or 15 years. Aesthetic dentistry can provide an aesthetic appearance and smile, but it cannot completely change your mouth structure. It is necessary to approach the treatment realistically and keep the expectation accordingly. In addition, the physician may be asked to approach with a transparent treatment approach throughout the process. It is necessary to be aware of every development and change. No matter how correct and perfect the treatment is, the continuity of the aesthetic appearance after the treatment depends on the patient's effort. ​ Aesthetic dental applications are not a one-session treatment. The duration of treatment is determined according to the patient's dental problems and needs. It would be beneficial for the patient to be aware of this. The patient's approval must also be obtained for the models and designs created for aesthetic appearance. For this reason, information about the treatment process and development should be requested from your doctor. You can observe the processes applied for aesthetic appearance by following the technological developments. ​ What are the Methods Used in Aesthetic Dentistry? Recently, applications to the field of aesthetic dentistry have increased due to appearance other than dental diseases. The teeth and mouth area is the most noticeable area in our body. The way we smile in social life is very important for us. Tooth color and the order of the teeth are the factors that affect our smile. Aesthetic dentists create the desired appearance in the patient with various treatments and techniques. Aesthetic dentistry applications are quite extensive. Gums get a healthy appearance with gum shaping, especially with smile design. One of the biggest problems here is the overgrowth of the gums. With permanent aesthetics, the gums are brought to the desired form. ​ Teeth whitening is a method applied to almost every patient in aesthetic dentistry. All teeth are whitened in the same tone without damaging the enamel of the teeth. Thus, the patient will have white and bright teeth. ​ With composite bonding applications, tooth enamel is hardened with a high-intensity beam device. At the end of the application, the problematic teeth and surrounding teeth complement each other and create a bright appearance. It is inevitable to perform the filling process in teeth that are free of dental caries. Inlay and onlay fillings made of composite and porcelain materials are applied to the teeth. ​ These fillings are never noticed in the tooth and are in harmony with other teeth. Since it is porcelain, its presence and absence in the mouth can never be distinguished. Porcelain laminates are an aesthetic process that is applied by sticking only the front surfaces of the teeth. ​ Porcelain laminate veneers are applied if there are differences in color and shape between the teeth and if there is no need for orthodontic applications due to distortion. It is a very easy dental restoration process applied for those who are uncomfortable with the appearance of their front teeth. Many people experience tooth loss problems. Implants are applied in order for the place of tooth loss to function as a natural tooth root into the jawbon commemorates. Thus, a young smile is created in the face. ​ In Which Situations Is Aesthetic Dentistry Applied? At the request of the person, aesthetic dentistry can be applied to almost everyone. It is applied due to the presence of teeth that are broken due to impacts and bruises, especially teeth that change color over time. If there is an irregular and crooked tooth structure, this method can be applied. Aesthetic dentistry is also applied due to the correction of the deformity of the tooth structure. In addition, this method is also used in cases of appearance disorder in the gums. Aesthetic appearance is provided by eliminating and treating many dental problems. It is frequently used to eliminate color, shape and position differences between teeth. The appearance of the gums and the aesthetic loss, which usually occurs as a result of gingival recession, are eliminated with this method. ​ It is inevitable to apply if there is a gap between the teeth. It is also applied to the application of aesthetic fillings in teeth that are free from caries. Broken and fragmented teeth are restored. It is also applied to replace tooth loss. Thus, a unity is provided between the teeth. ​ While providing an aesthetic appearance with aesthetic applications, problematic teeth are also treated. Many neglected dental problems arise in aesthetic dentistry. The main purpose of this application is to create harmony in terms of color and shape of the teeth. It is ensured that teeth and gums are cleaned from caries and plaques. In addition, decay-free teeth are restored to their former functions with the help of fillings. Teeth and gums are aligned at the same level and a uniformity is provided in terms of appearance. While performing all these procedures, the applications in the mouth and teeth take into account the facial features and the physical structure of the person. ​ What Can Be Done for Whiter Teeth? Although the desired appearance of the teeth is achieved with aesthetic dentistry, its continuity is in your hands. The most important factor affecting the appearance of teeth is tooth color. Teeth are a tissue that yellows and darkens quickly due to its structure. As everyone knows, teeth should be brushed at least twice a day and cleaned of dirt. However, the consumption of products such as cigarettes, coffee and tea that accelerate yellowing should be minimized. ​ The color of the teeth is a condition that affects our communication in terms of our social environment. For this reason, oral and dental hygiene should be done regularly without interruption. You can also brush your teeth with a mixture of lemon and baking soda without damaging the tooth enamel. ​ As a result of regular brushing, noticeable whiteness of the teeth can be observed. Mouthwashes prevent the formation of bacteria in the mouth. Thus, the occurrence of infection is minimized. It should not be forgotten that all these processes are effective as a result of regular application.

  • Pedodontics | Dentasya

    Oral Diagnosis and Radiology What is Oral Diagnosis? Oral Diagnosis and Radiology is a stage in which the unique conditions of patients, known as oral diagnosis, are evaluated. Patients who apply for any dental ailment are diagnosed and resolved here. ​ There are many types of treatments for dental problems. There may also be situations where more than one treatment is required for a patient. Correct planning of the treatment to be applied provides short-term treatment opportunities and efficient results. ​ It is very important to establish the diagnosis first in order to plan the treatment. Correct diagnosis and determination of the patient's problem occur during the first examination. After the diagnosis or the diagnosis of the disease, it is decided which treatment methods should be applied. Treatment planning is also done at this stage. For this reason, which treatment should be done first and for how long is decided by oral diagnosis and radiology. What is Radiology? Oral diagnosis and radiology using various technological tools determine the diagnosis and treatment of the disease. It is the most effective tool in the planning of treatments using imaging technologies. Radiology is used in almost every field where the disease is present. ​ The diagnosis of the disease is made by radiological examination. Radiology department uses multiple imaging tools to view the area of the disease. Radiology is the field where the first examination phase takes place and determines the method to be followed in the treatment of the disease. ​ Radiology is a medical specialty. It displays the internal structure of the body and the structure of the region where the problem will be found. It presents the internal structure of the body and the structure of the problem area by using radiation and high-frequency sound waves in order to diagnose the disease and determine its treatment. Radiologists, on the other hand, are doctors who are specialized in their field, who allow us to take these images and interpret the obtained image. ​ Radiology serves more than one department. All fields of medicine refer to radiology for the detection of disease. The diagnosis and diagnosis of the disease is made with the images obtained by using devices such as ultrasound, x-ray and computed tomography. It is necessary to use imaging devices in order to make a comprehensive diagnosis in various diseases. The results of the findings and examinations made by this department are evaluated by specialist doctors. ​ Radiology is often used in diseases such as cancer, where details need to be followed closely. In addition, radiology is an indispensable method in cases where continuous examination is required, such as pregnancy. ​ It is a medical method that is absolutely used in the detailed examination of most diseases. This technology is used in almost every field of the healthcare industry. ​ It provides accurate diagnosis and clear diagnosis of many diseases in the field of health. All devices in the radiology department are used by radiologists. Diagnoses and diagnoses made by radiologists are interpreted by specialist physicians. At the same time, radiologists have a high level of anatomy and pathology knowledge. ​ What are Dental Films? Diseases that occur in the mouth and teeth can be easily detected by oral diagnosis and radiology. Dental films easily display invisible spots by displaying teeth, gums and jawbones that cannot be seen with clinical examination. With the help of radioactive rays, you can reach the image of even the smallest points. Before starting the treatment of each disease, dental films for diagnosis and diagnosis can be requested, as well as these films can be requested in determining and planning the treatment method. During and after the treatment, control is provided by the physicians with these visuals. Panoramic x-ray films are films in which all oral structures and teeth are displayed together. On the other hand, films in which teeth are viewed one by one are called periapical x-ray films. Thanks to these two films, both the problematic teeth are easily detected and the position of the disease in the mouth is determined. Problems that occur on the outer surface of the teeth can be observed by physicians. However, the problems that occur in the parts under the gums are known to be invisible to the naked eye. In addition, the use of dental films is inevitable in diseases of the roots under the jawbone. It is a medical method frequently requested by physicians for the diagnosis of most diseases before the first examination. X-rays are used in dental x-rays, as in other imaging tools. Oral diagnosis and radiology is a very helpful technique in diagnosis and determination of diagnosis. Thanks to dental x-rays, canal roots can be easily examined and cysts and abscesses in the mouth can be easily detected. Recently, dental development of children has been followed with dental films. Thus, it is possible to get the opportunity to intervene in problem areas early. Dental films are also used to determine the general condition applied to each patient by physicians. We see that it is applied in patients who require orthodontic treatment with cephalometric dental x-ray. These dental x-rays are x-rays that show the skull bones and soft tissues. All these procedures are performed by specialist doctors. What should we pay attention to in the examination as a patient? Many people experience toothache from time to time. In these cases, the source of the pain can be easily determined by oral diagnosis and radiology. Toothache is the most common dental problem in our society. The source of toothaches can be tooth decay, fractures, erosion of teeth and gums, impacted teeth can be the cause of toothache. Painkillers are a temporary solution to these pains and they are repeated after the pain. For this reason, we should definitely see dentists to find a permanent solution to pain. During the examination, we should clearly express our dental problem. We should give accurate information to dentists about our diet. You should listen carefully to the diagnosis of your dental problems during the examination and learn the treatment planning. It will be useful to get information about the positive and negative aspects of the treatment that the doctors will apply and include yourself in your decision-making process. Being disciplined and patient throughout the treatment gives the patient an advantage. Being in a state of panic may cause the result not to be as desired during the treatment phase. This is the process where oral care goes to the next level. More oral and dental hygiene than normal should be provided. It should not be forgotten that acidic and sugary foods are dental enemies, and the diet should be determined by considering dental and oral health. Foods that stick to the teeth and cause pain, such as chewing gum or candy, should be avoided. Consumption of hard and nuts should be avoided. Any food that can damage tooth enamel should be removed from our lives during the healing process. Seed fruits should not be taken directly into the mouth, but should be consumed separately. The crumbs left between the teeth that are not brushed regularly cause bacterial growth after a while and pave the way for the formation of infection in the mouth. When regular oral care is not provided, bleeding and inflammation of the teeth and gums may occur. When discipline is provided during and after the examination, you can reach the desired teeth and dental health. What should we pay attention to in the Radiology Clinic? In the ever-developing health fields, the use of many technological imaging devices such as oral diagnosis and radiology is becoming widespread. We refer to dentists for pain and dental problems. Dentists first ask questions to the patient to find out the source of the pain or problem. Every question asked by the physician to the patient must be answered correctly. Thus, the doctor works to determine the problem he learned from the patient. It should not be forgotten that incorrect information affects patient health and treatment negatively. Dentists use radiology technology in the diagnosis of most diseases. With the images to be obtained after radiology, the dental problem is detected and the treatment is decided in this way. One of the most important factors here is the patient's physician. ​ It is the correct orientation. This will prevent unnecessary waste of time. All metal products and jewelry must be removed in the head and neck region in line with the directions in the radiology clinic we go with the direction of the physician. If patients have in their mouths; removable removable dentures should be removed. In order to achieve healthy results as a result of imaging, it is necessary to meticulously follow the commands given by the radiologist. The treatment method is determined by the physician according to our teeth and mouth images from the radiology clinic. These x-rays are the only alternative to treatment planning for parts that are invisible to the naked eye. The biggest advantage of radiology and dental x-rays is the easy visualization of the root canal roots. It also displays the disorders in the structure of the jawbone in detail. ​ Can I Have a Radiograph While Pregnant? Oral diagnosis and radiology, which is one of the imaging methods we frequently use, is a technique used in the dental field. There are many imaging devices that also display the internal structure of our body. These devices emit radiation and reflect the effect of high frequency waves. For this reason, they can create a short-term negative effect on human health. It also has disadvantages for people with special conditions such as pregnancy. Pregnancy is a situation that requires extreme attention for both mother and baby. Exposure of the expectant mother to radiation due to any situation may adversely affect the pregnancy of the mother and the development of the baby. The development of the baby in the womb varies from week to week. Every week, the development of another organ is provided in the mother's womb. Radiographs taken for the diagnosis of the disease may cause health problems during pregnancy. A one-time X-ray procedure for diagnosis in the 2nd and 8th weeks of pregnancy does not harm the baby. ​ If the radiation rate received through X-ray is less than 15 mgy, it does not pose a risk and does not cause termination of pregnancy. However, if the radiation rate is more than 15 mgy, termination of pregnancy is brought to the agenda. During pregnancy, expectant mothers should be careful and follow the development of the baby meticulously. X-rays cause trouble even for normal people after a certain level. For this reason, expectant mothers should protect themselves not only from x-rays but also from devices with these x-rays in daily life. ​ Are X-Rays Used in Dentistry Radiology Harmful? X-rays for the diagnosis of ailments in the dental area are one of the indispensable methods of treatment. Dental radiographs are the best method for detecting problems in teeth and jaws. Radiographs are a method used by physicians to obtain images of invisible areas during the first examination. It helps to see the formation of caries between the teeth, to view the caries under the fillings and to view the tooth fractures and cracks. Bone losses and weaknesses caused by gingival diseases can only be detected by radiographic methods. The outer surfaces of the tooth roots can be seen with the naked eye. Unfortunately, the inner parts of the tooth roots cannot be seen with the naked eye. In particular, most of the orthodontic treatments can be planned using radiographic methods. ​ Regular follow-up of the child's mouth and tooth structure, which is constantly developing, is also provided by radiographic methods. The technique in which all teeth are displayed and the technique in which individual teeth are displayed can be applied together. With the guidance of the dentist, we can easily access the images of the clear tooth structure. ​ The amount of radiation received during a radiography is as much as staying in front of a computer for about 4 hours. The amount of radiation to be taken in a single shot is very small. In addition, the lead vest worn during radiation exposure prevents other organs from receiving unnecessary x-rays. With these measures, the least amount of radiation that can be taken is taken. The outside of the areas to be x-rayed is taken under protection. Many x-ray devices such as oral diagnosis and radiology, which are among the blessings of today's technologies, provide great benefits in health fields.

  • Conservative and Restorative Dentistry | Dentasya

    Conservative and Restorative Dentistry What is Conservative and Restorative Dentistry? Conservative and Restorative Dentistry is the method used for dental caries that occur in the hard structure of the tooth. It is known that if the tooth filling process is applied correctly, it consists of several different stages that are easy and short-term. ​ Dentists begin the process by cleaning the deformed and decayed tooth tissue in the conservative part of the treatment process. Then the remaining healthy parts of the tooth come to the fore and this part is preserved and the tooth tissue is repaired. In some cases, conservative and restorative dental treatment cannot be performed because the repair cannot be performed and tooth extraction is preferred. ​ However, one of the most basic and successful dental treatment methods generally used is known as dental filling. Instead of losing as much of the tooth as possible; The dental filling method, in which the healthy tissue is preserved, should be preferred. ​ Teeth can be eroded or damaged over time for various reasons. To prevent this, regular physician control is very important. What are the Advantages of Ceramic Fillings? The treatment method, which is called ceramic or porcelain filling and known as one of the current filling types, is a matter of curiosity. Today, ceramics can be used as a filling material, especially as a result of dental caries and, if necessary, canal treatment. It is a type of filling that is a part of the treatment process and aims to restore the missing part of the tooth. The biggest advantage of ceramic fillings when applying conservative and restorative dental treatment is that they can be preferred if there is not enough tooth structure to support other composite and similar fillings. ​ Therefore, if there is insufficient healthy tooth tissue; Ceramic fillings are used to ensure the connection of the tooth with the adjacent tooth and for comfortable use. Another important feature of this type of filling is the prevention of inconveniences such as the accumulation of nutrients between the teeth, as a connection is established with other teeth. Therefore, in cases where tooth tissue loss is high and the tooth is not desired to be lost, ceramic filling can be applied. ​ How is Ceramic Filling Made? Ceramic filling type can be applied to a part of the tooth; It can also be applied in the wider tooth area. These fillings are prepared in a laboratory environment. While preparing the fillings based on the mouth and tooth structure of the person, it is aimed to ensure the best possible connections with the neighboring teeth. In this way, no food residue accumulation occurs between the teeth. ​ In addition, it is ensured that the chewing surface can be used healthily and comfortably. In the ceramic filling, which provides both long-term use and an aesthetic structure, it is primarily concerned to determine the jaw and tooth structure of the person. Then, the missing areas on the tooth are completed with fine details. Ceramic filling types constitute one of the most preferred methods of conservative and restorative dental treatment processes. What are the Disadvantages of Ceramic Fillings? It is known that ceramic filling types can be durable for long periods and provide an aesthetic appearance. Although it is useful in this respect, the disadvantages of ceramic fillings are also wondered. ​ The main disadvantage of this type of filling is that it is more costly than other methods such as composite filling. Ceramic fillings, which are created by going through a sensitive working process and imitating the person's mouth structure in the most appropriate way, are more expensive than other methods. ​ It can be stated that ceramic fillings are costly, especially since they aim to achieve a superior aesthetic appearance and are one of the most popular dental treatment methods in recent times. ​ It is one of the preferred methods for solving problems that occur in the teeth due to factors such as dental caries, trauma or root canal treatment. Ceramic fillings, whose main disadvantage is cost, are among the most used techniques in conservative and restorative dental treatments. ​ What Is Tooth Decay and How Does It Occur? Tooth decay is basically the result of bacterial plaques formed by bacteria in the mouth. Acid may arise from the residues of floury and sugary foods, especially in the mouth. These acids erode the natural mineral tissue of the tooth structure and cause the deterioration of tooth enamel. This process brings with it the stages of the onset of dental caries and the formation of cavities called cavities. ​ First of all, caries that start on the outer surface can progress and spread to other teeth as long as the right treatments are not applied. For this reason, dental caries should be considered and treated as soon as possible. Conservative and restorative dental treatment stages are among the most important methods of decayed tooth treatment. ​ How Does Tooth Decay Progress and What Are Its Symptoms? Dental caries can be detected by the presence of cavities or holes that can be seen directly. However, there are various ways of understanding other than this symptom. For example, toothaches that occur for no apparent reason, and the tooth has a more sensitive structure than normal. Likewise, the presence of sharp or mild pain in the tooth while consuming cold or hot drinks should be considered. ​ Tooth decay has a structure that starts in a small area and progresses, if not treated, due to the bacterial density in the area. Therefore, paying attention to caries in one tooth is necessary for the protection of other teeth. Tooth decay symptoms stand out as important elements for conservative and restorative dental treatments. ​ What Should One Do to Prevent Tooth Decay? First of all, taking care of the teeth and gingival area is the best method to prevent cavities that may occur later. First of all, it is necessary to apply the right care to the teeth in order to avoid any problems. In case of any discomfort, it is important to consult a dentist without waiting. ​ Brushing your teeth twice a day is one of the most important elements. In addition, rinsing the mouth after any food consumption is one of the practices that can be done to prevent food residues from forming. To protect teeth; It is also important to see a dentist every 6 months without the need for conservative and restorative dental treatments. ​ How Is Tooth Decay Treated? Dental caries are prominent as diseases that need to be treated. One of the most common methods of treatment is dental filling. With dental filling, it is aimed to protect the healthy structure of the tooth. In advanced dental caries, where the healthy tissue is too little and cannot be preserved, the tooth can be extracted. ​ Today, many dental treatment methods can prevent these problems. It is known that fillings, which are one of the most up-to-date and useful treatment methods of dental caries, have a wide variety. Composite and amalgam fillings, especially ceramic fillings, can be listed among the most preferred types. ​ Should Broken, Worn, or Discolored Edge Fillings Be Replaced? Fillings that are damaged, broken or discolored in any way should be replaced. The reason for this is the possibility that the caries may reoccur under the filling area that has now become insufficient. Bacteria formation from the edge of the fracture will be more. There is also the same risk around the colored filling. Therefore, the repair or renewal of the filling is very important in terms of protecting the tooth. Care and renewal processes should also be considered as a part of conservative and restorative dental treatment practices. ​ Should Amalgam Fillings (Silver Fillings) Be Replaced With Composite Fillings (White Fillings)? Today, as the current type of filling, ceramic and composite-like fillings that complement the tooth structure are preferred. However, amalgam fillings can also be counted as one of the methods used. At this stage, it is recommended not to replace amalgam fillings if there is no caries formation or if there is no complaint on the fracture or similar filling. Especially if amalgam fillings made in a large area instead of a small area do not cause any discomfort, it may be possible to continue using it. However, if there is an aesthetic complaint due to the color difference, it is possible to replace it with composite fillings. Composite fillings are created much more robustly than before and can be easily used in every part of the tooth. ​ Are Amalgam Fillings Harmful? Amalgam fillings are a controversial type of filling because they contain mercury. There are basically two different views in the literature. On the one hand, it is claimed that it is harmful, on the other hand, it is claimed that the mercury contained in it is much less than the mercury that is taken into our body with seafood. ​ For this reason, certain references are offered by the World Dental Association. At the same time, a statement on the subject was made by the Turkish Dental Association. You can easily access these explanations online. ​ It is possible to access a. Amalgam fillings have left their usage density to composite fillings due to the color difference and these discussions. ​ Composite fillings can be easily preferred because they are produced in a much more useful and durable way than before. Especially the most used filling types of conservative and restorative dental treatment processes; types such as composite, ceramic and amalgam fillings.

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