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Preventative & Restorative Treatment

Preventative dentistry is dedicated to maintaining the health of the teeth in order to avoid necessity for potential corrective dental restorations. Preventative treatment entails frequent dental check-ups and cleanings in order to preserve good oral health. This reduces the possibility of caries, gum problems, enamel erosion, and periodontitis, all of which necessitate treatments of restorative dentistry.

Restorative dentistry is a term used for treating decay or damage in the mouth with dental operations. This area of dentistry differs from preventative dentistry in the way it focuses on correcting dental issues that have already arisen. The goal of dental restorations is to make teeth look and work better.

Dental decay, chipped or broken teeth, lost teeth, discoloration, misalignment, and diastema are all primary reasons for people undergoing restorative procedures. To address these issues, the dentist may suggest fillings, crowns and bridges, dental implants or dentures, among other alternatives.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Why do I require dental examinations?
Routine checkups can help detect problems early on, preventing more serious and expensive procedures. You must have a dental checkup every six months, or more frequently if your dentist suggests so. You should choose a dentist who makes you comfortable and informs you what to expect.
What are the early warning symptoms of a dental problem?
If you have any of these problems or notice your child having difficulty in chewing or complaining of pains, consult a dentist: sores in the mouth, parched mouth, jaw ache, broken teeth, redness, swollen gums or face, bleeding gums, sensitive teeth, foul taste in your mouth or bad breath. Examination by a dentist as soon as possible will help to avoid more serious issues and infections.
Are oral X-rays necessary?
If you haven't visit a dentist for a while, plan get a dental X-ray on your first visit. It will help your examination of dental and gingival health. If you suffer from gum disease, your dentist might need to see your dental scans every six months. You should get X-rays around every two years for routine check-ups, based on your dentist's advice.


    Treatment Duration

    2-5 hours

    Travel time

    3-5 days

    Anesthesia

    Yes

    Our Team

    ömer Cenker Ilıcalı

    ÖMER CENKER ILICALI, MD

    Medical Director

    Dt. M. Bülent Akdereli

    Dt. M. Bülent AKDERELİ
    Dentist

    Yeşim Hanım

    YEŞIM GÜLENAY
    English International Patient Consultant

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