A charming smile makes us feel safer while communicating with the people around us and eases our lives by changing our psychology in a positive way. Creating an effective impression will make a difference both in our private life and career.
Veneers made in aesthetic tooth form on your teeth are called dental crowns. E-max and Zirconium crowns are the most preferred crowns. The shape, strength, size and appearance of the tooth are reproduced by the crown.
Dental implant surgery is the placement of screw-shaped metal (Titanium or Zirconia-based) artificial roots into the jaw bone in order to regain an aesthetic appearance of the edentulous areas in the mouth and restore the chewing function.
Technologies that have developed in dentistry in recent years offer many new treatment methods to oral and dental health patients. These developments allow both the correct preservation of oral and dental health and a more aesthetically pleasing appearance.
The sensory center that contains the nerves in the teeth is called the pulp. Pulpal tissue can become infected through tooth decay, heat, cold or trauma, and pain develops. Infected pulpal tissue is removed through root canal treatment, the canal is filled with tissue-friendly materials, and the teeth regain their health.
Gum diseases are among the most common diseases in the mouth. Bleeding while brushing teeth, sensitivity and recessions in the gums are symptoms of gum disease.
The department that deals with gum diseases in dentistry is called periodontology.
The dentistry department that deals with the dental and oral health of children from infancy to adolescence is called pedodontics. The formation of the hard tissues of milk teeth begins during pregnancy.
Orthodontics is the department of dentistry that performs treatments in order to provide the correction of teeth crowding and bite disorders which occur when the teeth and/or jaw bones are not in the correct position.