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For dental coatings, preference is always given to the material closest to nature. Aesthetics for the front teeth, more strength for the front teeth are in the foreground. Before zirconium, metal-supported porcelain systems were used. However, since these systems are not transparent to light and lose their natural appearance, they are no longer used. Again, some patients are not preferred because they show an allergic reaction. The tooth coatings can be divided into metal-supported or non-metalsupported porcelain coatings. Zirconium coatings are examples of metal-free coatings and provide a more natural appearance than metal-backed coatings. Zirconium tooth coating, which is more compatible with gums, does not create dark color in gums and does not cause gum diseases. Due to its resistance to corrosion and temperature, no discoloration is observed and no hot-cold sensitivity. After the reduction process is applied to the teeth, measurements are taken with high precision instruments and these measurements are sent to the laboratory. Zirconium substructure and porcelain coating are designed according to the desired color and dimensions. Then, the coating which is compatible with the tooth is fixed to the tooth with suitable adhesives. Zirconium tooth coating during use has a long life as long as regular checks are made.
Emax Veneer is a new generation of aesthetic dental coating treatment. It is a treatment method especially applied for the aesthetic appearance of the front teeth. As it is a treatment with aesthetic anxiety, it is generally applied to the incisors in front. Image impairment in the front teeth disturbs the person. It creates a loss of self-confidence due to its aesthetic concerns. Emax tooth is the most preferred tooth coating used in this sense. It is applied to the incisors because it is stronger in chewing and shredding. However, its application to the front teeth increases its durability. Long-term treatments such as implants and Zirconium are preferred for incisors and disintegrating teeth. However, the dentist must decide whether this treatment will be performed or not. Because the front teeth must be suitable for this treatment.
Bleaching is the process of eliminating discolorations in the structure of the teeth (ie, permeated). This should not be confused with a bacterial plaque and dental calculus cleaning done by the physician in the clinic and adhering to the surfaces of the teeth. For whitening to be successful, the dentist should firstly clean dental calculus. After cleaning all surfaces of the teeth, a transparent plastic carrier mold (plaque) is prepared in the laboratory according to the measurements taken from the mouth (individually). In a well-produced plaque, special places are reserved for tooth whitening gel. Carbamide is used in bleaching. It is a special drug-containing peroxide. It is presented in set syringes and applied to the mouth by squeezing into these special places which are prepared in carrier mold. It is applied for 6-8 hours per day (preferably asleep). remains the same.
Root canal treatment
A Root Canal Treatment
Inside the hard tissue of the tooth, there is a small chamber that gives life to the tooth with blood vessels and nerves (pulp) entering from the end of the root. This structure, which allows the teeth to grow and maintain, serves as an alarm when decay occurs. Early untreated tooth decay progresses to the pulp and causes severe pain, causing changes in inflammation. In the next stage, the bacteria secrete acids kill the pulp. In this way, the toxins (poisons) infiltrate from the root tip and spread to the jaw bone. Inflammation of the jaw bone causes loss of teeth and damage to surrounding tissues. To prevent this, the tooth can be saved by removing the diseased pulp tissue to protect the female and surrounding tissues. After the pulp tissue is cleaned under anesthesia, the canals are expanded and disinfected. After all these operations, the pulp chamber is filled with special substances up to the root end. Contrary to popular belief, these procedures are painless and the treated tooth remains in the mouth for many years.
Extraction or removal of wisdom teeth (alveotomy) is the most common oral surgical procedure and with which the problem of impacted and retained wisdom teeth are solved. Most often patients are not even aware of wisdom teeth in their mouth because they do not hinder and do not hurt. Sometimes it is enough to clean them, however if the process becomes complicated then it is necessary to surgically remove them.
Because of its location in the mandible and because of the relatively late dentition, wisdom tooth creates a number of problems. Actually it is not a wisdom tooth dentition, but about his persistence in semi retained or semi impacted position. Picture of severe teeth eruption occurs when a wisdom tooth partially their crowns comes out of gingiva, and the other part of the crown is the gingiva and alveolar bone and when it persists in this position.
Alveotomy is done in order to extract the tooth whose root and the crown are found within bones. The point of alveotomy is to free tooth bone shield through which one can penetrate and then pull the tooth.
All-On-4 metal ceramic (Straumann implants)
ALL ON 4
The titanium screw mechanism in traditional implants is used in all-on-4 treatment. The biggest difference between traditional implants and All-on-4 implants; is how they are positioned in the mouth. While 8 or 10 implants are used to replace lost teeth in a completely toothless jaw, only 4 implants are sufficient with this new technique.
At the front, 2 implants are placed where the bone is the thickest, and 2 implants at the back of the jaw bone. The front implants are placed at an angle of 90 degrees, while the implants at the back are placed at an angle of 45 degrees to ensure maximum rigidity.
The next step after placing these 4 implants is to place bridges or crowns on the implants.In all-on-4 treatment, temporary prostheses are prepared according to the size taken from the patients before treatment. If the patient has teeth to be extracted under local anesthesia, they are removed and their implants are placed. Temporary prostheses prepared by taking measurements are attached to these implants. After 3 months, the patient’s permanent prostheses are attached.
The proper amount of fluoride helps prevent and control tooth decay in children and adults. Fluoride works both while the teeth are developing and every day after the teeth have emerged through the gums. Fluoride consumed during tooth development can also result in a range of visible changes to the enamel surface of the tooth. These changes have been broadly termed dental fluorosis.
What is Dental Fluorisis
Dental fluorosis is a condition that causes changes in the appearance of tooth enamel. It may result when children regularly consume fluoride during the teeth-forming years, age 8 and younger. Most dental fluorosis in the U.S. is very mild to mild, appearing as white spots on the tooth surface that may be barely noticeable and do not affect dental function. Moderate and severe forms of dental fluorosis, which are far less common, cause more extensive enamel changes. In the rare, severe form, pits may form in the teeth. The severe form hardly ever occurs in communities where the level of fluoride in water is less than 2 milligrams per liter.
An apicoectomy is a dental procedure in which the end of the root of the tooth is removed through an incision made in the gum and replaced with a small filling. This procedure is often used to treat persistent infections that are resistant to other root treatments, such as root canals, and can sometimes be used instead of a root canal if a dentist feels this is necessary. Apicoectomies can be performed by endodontists, dentists specializing in root diseases, or an oral surgeon.
Before an apicoectomy is performed, the dentist will usually x-ray the tooth to get an idea of what's going on inside the jaw. After viewing the images and discussing the situation with the patient, the dentist may recommend an apicoectomy as an option. The advantage of apikectomy is that it resolves the infection completely; this can reduce mouth pain and the dentist's future visits. Using dental amalgam to fill the space left behind by the root removed should also prevent recurrence of the infection.
Βone augmntation for implant placement
How is Implant Bone Transplant Done?
In order to apply implants, attention should be paid to the volume of the bone. Implant bone transplantation application among the public; It can also be known as bone graft, implant bone transplant, or in other words, bone grafting. This implant technique applied is an advanced implant technique. This implant technique application is the application of fixing the bone taken with screws to the thin jaw bone by taking bone from places suitable for bone removal from inside or outside the mouth in patients without bone height and thickness. With the procedure performed, it is aimed to increase the volume of the bone in the region where the bone has low volume.
Implant Installation type Sraumann SLA
Implants are titanium screws placed on the jawbone, thus mimicking the root of the teeth, in order to restore the aesthetic and function of the teeth lost due to untreated caries, fractures, and trauma. Dental implants are biologically compatible with our bodies thanks to their titanium composition. Because they mimic the tooth root, they can live healthier, more comfortable and more successful results compared to traditional crowns, bridges and total dentures (removable dentures). Implants last longer than traditional bridges and total prostheses and live healthier and more comfortable results. – Bone tissue that cannot participate in the function of tooth loss is melting faster than other regions. Dental implants reduce and slow down bone resorption by activating bone at the site of implantation. Dental implants have been successful in the mouth for more than 30 years and can also be given a lifetime guarantee according to the brands used. However, in order for the implants to remain in the mouth for many years, the patient should pay attention to oral hygiene.
All-On-5 metal ceramic (Straumann implants)
All-on 5 Dental Implantans (Straumann Implants)
All-on-5 dental implants uses only five implants to secure all teeth in place hence, the name All-on-5. The results provide patients with high quality full teeth restoration without the use of bone grafting in the shortest time possible. The All-on-5 procedure provides especially effective restoration of the upper jaw because longer and stronger implants can be secured in the back part of the jaw.
Previous treatments required patients to receive a total of six or more implants, with treatment extending throughout 18 months of treatment. The patients were then forced to leave the office without any teeth or a poor fitting temporary denture for over a year! With the All-on-5 procedure, we make sure our patients leave our office smiling- with a brand new set of replacement teeth!
Ceramic crown - Emax(Full Porcelain)Crown
Damaged teeth restoration or missing teeth replacement by the use of full-ceramic crowns, gives our patients absolute satisfaction since they offer high aesthetics, biocompatibility, durability and longevity.The all ceramic materials we use are zirconium and lithium (E-max).
Our dental patients can expect excellent prosthetic results which is due to our impeccable accurate and responsible work. We take pride in being able to offer outstanding service and full client satisfaction. We use only high quality up to date materials and we collaborate only with top dental technicians.