Dental Treatment in Turkey

Dental care treatment in Turkey for children, adults, and disabled. Quality dental services including, dental implants, Veneers and Lumineers, and orthodontic treatment.
We offer you in Saluss Medical Group, Dental treatment services in Turkey, for adults, children, and people with special needs (disabilities) alike, according to international high-quality standards. Our dental canters in Istanbul are equipped with the latest advanced equipment and technologies, at the hands of the most skilled consultants, specialists, and surgeons in dentistry and oral surgery.
Our mission in Saluss Medical Group is to provide you with the ideal care and services, to support your dental health and the beauty of your smile, in a comfortable environment, at affordable and competitive prices, and to decrease your need for any further dental treatment or procedure in the future, by using quality materials and the highest technologies available, at the hands of professionals.

What are some common dental procedures?

 Bonding is a treatment that can be used to repair teeth that are decayed, chipped, fractured or discoloured or to reduce gaps between teeth. For this procedure, a dentist mixes composite resin, a type of plastic, into a paste, and then tints the mixture to whiten or match the colour of your teeth. Several layers of resin are applied to each tooth. Each layer is hardened under an ultraviolet light or laser. Final steps include shaping and polishing the resin material, so the finished tooth looks natural and smooth.
Bonding can also be used to build up older teeth to make them appear younger. Bonding is an option for people of all ages, including children, as the resin can be replaced as teeth grow.
A dental brace is a device used to correct the alignment of teeth and bite-related problems (including under bite, overbite, etc.). Braces straighten teeth by exerting steady pressure on the teeth
Bridges and Implants
Bridges and implants are two ways to replace a missing tooth or teeth. Bridges are false teeth anchored in place by neighbouring teeth. The bridge consists of two crowns on the anchoring teeth along with the false tooth in the centre. Dental implants are artificial roots used to support replacement teeth.
A crown or cap is a cover that fits over a tooth that has been damaged by decay, broken, badly stained or misshaped. It is prepared by your dentist, and usually requires more than one visit to complete.
A crown can be made of acrylic, metal, porcelain, or porcelain bonded to metal. All-porcelain crowns look more like your natural teeth, and therefore are usually used for front teeth, while porcelain bonded to metal is stronger and better for crowns in the back of the mouth. Sometimes all-metal crowns are used for back teeth because of the metal’s strength.
To prepare your tooth for a crown, the tooth is first frozen with anaesthesia, and then filed down so the cap can fit over it. An impression of the teeth and gums is made, and a temporary cap is fitted over the tooth until the permanent crown is ready. On your next visit, the dentist will remove the temporary cap and cement the crown onto the tooth. The crown will closely match the colour and shape of your natural teeth

Extractions

A severely damaged tooth may need to be extracted. Permanent teeth may also need to be removed for orthodontic treatment

Dentures

Dentures are prosthetic devices replacing lost teeth. There are two types of dentures – partial and full. Full dentures are often referred to as “false teeth”.

Fillings and Repairs

Dental fillings and repairs use restorative materials used to repair teeth which have been compromised due to cavities or trauma

Gum Surgery

Periodontal or gum disease is an infection that affects the gums and jawbone, which can lead to a loss of gum and teeth. There are two major stages — gingivitis and periodontist. Gingivitis is the milder and reversible form; periodontal disease is often more severe. In some cases, gum surgery will be required to reverse the effect of the disease.

Oral Cancer Examination

Oral cancer starts in the cells of the mouth, tongue or throat. Oral cancer screening is usually a routine part of a dental examination. In this exam, your dentist will feel for lumps or irregular tissue changes in your neck, head, face, and inside your mouth. Your dentist will also look for sores or discoloured tissue in your mouth.

Root Canals

Root canals treat diseases or obsessed teeth. Once a tooth is injured, cracked or decayed, it is necessary to open the tooth and clean out the infected tissue in the centre. This space is then filled and the opening sealed. Keeping your tooth helps to prevent your other teeth from drifting out of line and causing jaw problems. Saving a natural tooth avoids having to replace it with an artificial tooth. Talk to your dentist or endodontist about any concerns or questions you may have.

What are the advantages and the disadvantages of Dental Crowns?

A dental crown can be used to improve your oral health and to cover some cosmetic defects in your teeth. Advantages of Dental Crowns;

Some Disadvantages of Dental Crowns

The dentist has to permanently file down and reshape the affected teeth. While the materials used to make crowns are strong and durable, they can still crack over time. Small cracks can sometimes be repaired, but if there are multiple chips or breaks, your restoration may need to be replaced. If the dental cement used to hold a crown in place softens or washes away, it can allow bacteria to grow under the crown. Poorly fitted crowns become loose and even fall out. Finally, some patients find they become more sensitive to cold and hot temperatures after receiving a dental crown, although using toothpaste designed specifically for sensitive teeth usually solves this problem.

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    What are the advantages and the disadvantage of Root Canal Treatment?

    The advantages of Root Canal Treatment

    Like any procedure, there are some disadvantages to dental crowns. First, the dentist has to permanently file down and reshape the affected teeth. While the materials used to make crowns are strong and durable, they can still crack over time. Small cracks can sometimes be repaired, but if there are multiple chips or breaks, your restoration may need to be replaced. If the dental cement used to hold a crown in place softens or washes away, it can allow bacteria to grow under the crown. Poorly fitted crowns become loose and even fall out. Finally, some patients find they become more sensitive to cold and hot temperatures after receiving a dental crown, although using toothpaste designed specifically for sensitive teeth usually solves this problem

    Side effects of dental treatment in turkey are limited to temporary bruising, bleeding, numbness, redness and swelling while the latest techniques offer anticipative results. Risks include infection, necrosis and unnatural results although these are more attributable to FUE.

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    General Summary of Dental Treatment

    Techniques Used

    Fue Intake, Sapphire Fue, DHI/Chio Pen Technique

    Anesthesia Method

    Painless local anesthesia

    Before Operation

    Pre-op examinations of the patients before the routine procedure

    Operation Time

    6-10 Hours

    Total Treatment Time

    2 or 3 days

    Full Recovery Time

    Average 7-10 Days

    FAQ

    Treatment options include; Fluoride treatments. If your cavity just started, a fluoride treatment may help restore your tooth’s enamel and can sometimes reverse a cavity in the very early stages.Fillings,Crowns,Root canals ,Tooth extractions

    X-rays Examinations and consultations, Clean and polish procedures, Tooth extractions and. Minor restorative services such as fillings.

    With the proper care, your teeth can stay healthy and strong throughout your entire life. Get advice on caring for your mouth at any age and any stage of life.