Dental Treatment Methods

Dental Treatment Methods


What are the Dental Treatment Methods?


Implant Applications (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery)

Implants are biologically compatible titanium screws that are surgically implanted into the jawbone to serve as tooth roots. The implants integrate with the bone in an average of 2 - 6 months depending on the bone area where they are implanted and the patient's bone density. At the end of this process, removable or fixed prosthesis can be performed on your implants. In addition to providing function and aesthetics, implants ensure the continuity of form and structure in the jaws by preventing bone loss caused by tooth loss.


Dental Bridge

Although implant placement is our first option for tooth deficiencies, in cases where implants cannot be applied, tooth deficiency can be eliminated by building a dental bridge.


Dental Veneers 

The restorations made of different materials on the teeth for various reasons or for aesthetic purposes are called dental veneers. It contains the same logic as its literal meaning. In cases where the loss of material caused by caries or trauma cannot be repaired by filling, aesthetically changing the appearance of the teeth, replacing lost teeth or covering teeth for placeholder support are among the treatment options.


Tooth Bleaching

Teeth bleaching is an aesthetic intervention performed to create a more beautiful smile by lightening the person's discolored or congenital tooth color in the desired tone due to various reasons. Tooth color is one of the most important aesthetic criteria.


Root Canal Therapy 

Pain in the teeth, abscesses and swelling of the face may often occur. Endodontic treatment (root canal therapy) is applied to these teeth. Endodontic treatment consists of removing the vessels and nerves in the pulp, disinfecting the pulp cavity, widening the canals and filling the canals with canal filling material.



Orthodontics is a specialty that deals with the treatment of crowding of teeth and malocclusion of the jaws (malocclusion).



Dental fillings are used to treat teeth that are decayed or rotten. They can also be used to repair fractured teeth.

When a patient complains of toothache, the first thing the dentist does is check for cavities and cracks. They do this by visually inspecting the tooth and using X-rays. If the dentist determines that the tooth needs to be filled, then he or she will fix the tooth.


Periodontology (Gingival Diseases Treatment)

All diseases related to the gums, bones and ligaments (periodontium) surrounding the teeth are treated in this department.


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