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What Treatments Do We Offer?

In our dental clinic, we offer all the services necessary for your oral and dental health with our expert staff and modern equipment.

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Gum Treatment

Gum treatment is a branch of dentistry that includes the diagnosis and treatment of gum diseases. Gum diseases can occur in various forms such as gum inflammation (gingivitis) and gum recession (periodontitis).

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Dental Filling

Dental filling is a dental treatment used to repair decayed, broken or worn teeth. In this procedure, damaged tooth tissue is cleaned with a special drill and the gap is filled with tooth-colored or metallic filling material.

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Orthodontic treatment provides aesthetic and functional improvement by ensuring that the teeth are aligned properly and the jaws close together in harmony.

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Implant treatment is a dental treatment that consists of titanium screws placed in the jawbone to replace missing teeth and prostheses placed on these screws.

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Teeth whitening

Teeth can become stained and yellow over time for various reasons. With teeth whitening treatment, these stains and yellowing are removed and the natural whiteness of the teeth is restored.

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Tooth extraction

Tooth extraction is the process of surgically removing the tooth from the bone socket called alveolus. It can be applied by dentists under local anesthesia or general anesthesia.

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Prosthetic treatment is a dental treatment applied to eliminate missing teeth and restore chewing function. Missing teeth can cause aesthetic problems and functional disorders.

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Zirconium Coating

Zirconium coating is a dental treatment used for aesthetic and functional correction of teeth.

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Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentistry is a branch of dentistry that focuses on the protection and treatment of the dental and oral health of children from infancy to adolescence.

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Smile Design

Smile design is the art of creating an aesthetic smile in accordance with the person's face shape, gums and the natural structure of their teeth.

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Laminated Veneer Coating

Laminate veneers are thin and translucent porcelain veneers that are bonded to the front surfaces of the teeth. It is used to correct the color, shape and size of your teeth.

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Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)

Bruxism is a condition defined as clenching or grinding of teeth without realizing it during sleep or during the day. It is a common problem and can affect people of all ages.

Oral and dental health cannot be neglected!

Expert Dentists

Our expert dentist staff follows the technological and scientific innovations that develop day by day and takes care to apply the most up-to-date and best-resulting treatments to our patients.


Our expert team offers you appropriate treatments not only for dental treatment but also for your oral health by utilizing advanced technological opportunities.

Unlimited Support

Our clinic carefully monitors possible complications and situations that require intervention, not only during the treatment phase but also after the treatment, and intervenes when necessary.


Frequently Asked Questions

How often you should see a dentist depends on your oral health and risk level. Generally, dentists recommend that you get checkups and cleanings twice a year. However, you may need more frequent check-ups if: History of gum disease: If you have gum disease, your dentist will need to check you more often and have your gums cleaned. Tendency to tooth decay: If your teeth are prone to decay, your dentist should check you more often and take necessary precautions. Pregnancy: If you are pregnant, your dentist will need to check you more frequently and give you necessary oral care advice. Dry mouth: If you have a dry mouth problem, your dentist should check you more often and take necessary precautions to protect your teeth. Systemic diseases such as diabetes or heart disease: If you have a systemic disease such as diabetes or heart disease, your dentist will need to check you more frequently and monitor how your oral health may be affecting your overall health. What is done under dentist supervision? During dental check-up, your dentist will do the following: He examines your teeth and gums. It checks your teeth for tartar and plaque. Takes dental x-rays if necessary. Cleans and polishes your teeth. Gives advice about your oral hygiene. You can get the most accurate information about how often you should have a dental check-up from your dentist. Your dentist will evaluate your oral health and determine the most appropriate checkup frequency for you.

Teeth whitening is the process of lightening the color of the teeth and giving them a whiter and brighter appearance. Teeth may become yellow or discolored over time for various reasons. These causes include tea, coffee, smoking, aging, some medications and trauma. Teeth whitening helps to lighten the natural color of the teeth by removing these discolorations.

Teeth whitening may have some side effects:

Tooth sensitivity: Some people may experience tooth sensitivity after the teeth whitening procedure. This sensitivity is usually temporary and can be alleviated with the use of toothpaste.
Gum irritation: Contact of the teeth whitening gel with the gums may cause irritation. This irritation is usually temporary and can be treated by a dentist.

Teeth whitening may not be suitable for everyone:

Pregnant or breastfeeding women
Those with gum disease
Those with wear on tooth enamel
Those with dental fillings or crowns

Before having teeth whitening, it is important to consult your dentist and have your oral health checked.

Permanence of teeth whitening process:

The permanence of the teeth whitening process varies depending on the person's lifestyle and oral hygiene. Regular tooth brushing and flossing can prolong the longevity of the teeth whitening process. Additionally, avoiding coloring foods such as tea, coffee and cigarettes also helps preserve the color of your teeth.

You can consult your dentist for more information about the teeth whitening process. Your dentist will evaluate your oral health and determine the most appropriate teeth whitening method for you.

Some common symptoms of gum disease are:

Bleeding gums: Bleeding gums while brushing or flossing is one of the earliest signs of gum disease.

Gum redness and swelling: Healthy gums are pink and firm. If you have gum disease, your gums may appear red, swollen and inflamed.

Gum recession: If you have gum disease, your gums may start to pull away from your teeth. This can cause the teeth to appear longer and expose their roots.

Loose teeth: As gum disease progresses, your teeth may become loose and begin to loosen.

Bad breath: Gum disease can cause bad breath (halitosis).

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to see your dentist. Gum disease can be controlled with early diagnosis and treatment and can be prevented from causing more serious problems.

After tooth extraction:

Remove the tampon after 30 minutes.
If bleeding continues, repeat tamponade.
Do not take liquids for 2 hours and solid food for 4 hours.
Gargle with warm salt water.
Eat soft foods.
Apply a cold compress to the area where the tooth was extracted.
Stay away from smoking and alcohol.
Pay attention to oral hygiene.
Follow your dentist's instructions.

Other points to note:

Do not lie face down.
Do not chew hard foods.
Do not touch the area where the tooth was extracted with your tongue.
Use medications recommended by your doctor for swelling and pain.
Avoid hot and spicy foods and drinks.
Be careful when brushing the area where the tooth was extracted.

If you have problems, contact your dentist immediately.

Dental filling: It is a dentistry method used to fill the gap caused by tooth decay or wear. The filling process restores the function and aesthetic appearance of the tooth.

Root canal treatment: It is a dentistry method applied in cases where the nerve tissue (pulp) of the tooth is inflamed or infected. In root canal treatment, inflamed or infected pulp tissue is cleaned and the canal is filled.

Differences between filling and root canal treatment:

Filling: While repairing only the outer part of the tooth, root canal treatment also repairs the inner part of the tooth.
Filling: It is a simpler and shorter process. Root canal treatment is a more complex and lengthy procedure.
Filling: Less costly. Root canal treatment is more expensive.

Which treatment will be applied is determined by the condition of the tooth. Your dentist will examine your tooth and recommend the most appropriate treatment for you.

You can consult your dentist for more information about dental fillings and root canal treatment.

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