Dental Treatment



Dental treatments

Today, the most effective, healthy, modern and definitive solution in eliminating all kinds of problems caused by tooth loss is dental implants. ‘Dental implants’ are artificial roots made of titanium placed in the jaw with the aim of replacing the function and the aesthetics of the missing teeth. Implants are set to replace lost teeth for therapeutic purposes and have no side effects on the body. After a while, the implants fuse with the bone tissue and function like natural teeth. Dental implants help you to both chew and speak better. What is more, they give comfort to the person psychologically as they look just like natural teeth.

Thanks to dental implants, it is no longer necessary to make bridges by filing down neighbouring teeth to narrow down the spaces left by the extracted teeth. Again, thanks to dental implants, completely fixed porcelain / ceramic teeth can be made, even for a person who has lost all their teeth.



When are dental implants used?

  • Implants can be used in all cases of single tooth deficiency, multiple tooth deficiencies and complete loss of teeth.
  • In the absence of a single tooth, a fixed coating can be made on top of the implant without touching the neighbouring teeth.
  • In people with more than one tooth loss, a fixed crown or bridge can be made on the implant without touching the neighbouring natural teeth.
  • Fixed bridge veneers can be made with the help of more than one implant, in cases where a local section of teeth or all the teeth in the mouth have gone.
  • In cases of complete loss of teeth, in which people use a total prosthesis or palate, chewing and speech disorders can be completely eliminated by increasing the retention rate of the prosthesis / palate by as much as 20 times, thanks to implants.


How long do dental implants last?

With proper diagnosis and appropriate surgery, the lifetime of an implant with a suitable upper structure is the same as the lifetime of a healthy natural tooth. In fact, as the person ages the natural teeth show more wear and tear than the implant.


Could the body reject implants?

Since the implants are made of 100% biocompatible titanium and there is no organic material that can react with the tissues, there is absolutely no such thing as the implant not being accepted in the body.


What are the factors affecting the success of dental implant applications?

In order for an implant to be successful, a correct diagnosis should be made after the appropriate tests. The first requirement for success is the suitability of the person. There should not be any problems preventing implantation, and the jaw bone area to be implanted should be strong and healthy enough. The second factor is the use of an optimum dental surgery in a sterile environment for placement of the implant. Thus, an implant success of 95-100% in the early and medium term can be achieved. The success of the implant in the long term entirely depends on the importance the person gives to their oral and dental hygiene.


What to do if the implant fails?

If there is a problem with an implant caused by closely sticking to the “suitability” measurements in diagnosis and surgery, it is very easy and possible to remove the problematic implant and insert a new implant.


Can dental implants be applied at all ages?

Implants can be applied to all individuals who have completed their bone development. This age is normally 15-16 for women and 17-18 for men. There is no upper age limit for implant application. Implants can be successfully applied to people of all ages with suitable general health conditions.  There is a greater need for implants at older ages, as there is more loss of teeth and prosthesis retention due to bone resorption.




Aesthetic dentistry

With the developing technology in aesthetic dentistry applications, you can have aesthetic restorations and aesthetic crown veneers that can no longer be distinguished from your natural teeth, which leaves you with a much more beautiful smile.

These applications, which we do without damaging your teeth and gums, now consist of many alternatives. Our aesthetic dentistry applications are as follows:

1.Metal-free crown coatings

  • Laminate veneer crown: It is an aesthetic smile design application used for damaged teeth which negatively affect the appearance of the teeth. It is the process of applying a specially prepared porcelain layer of the thickness of a fingernail, in the desired color, size and form, to the front face of the tooth.
  • Empress ceramic coating: This is the coating type closest to nature, that can be applied to the front teeth, and can be applied to all surfaces of the tooth.

2.Teeth whitening / bleaching