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IMPLANT – SCREWED TEETH

Today, thanks to the rapid advancements in technology, many innovations have been made in the field of medicine as well. The field of dentistry harbors a specific portion of these innovations.

Missing teeth constitute problems in terms of health and aesthetics. Implants are one of the aforementioned innovations.

What is an Implant?

The first thing to come to mind, when somebody speaks of implants, is the titanium screws driven into the jaw bone in the place of missing teeth. The implant process is completed upon the placement of dentures over those screws. One of the most important advantages of the implant treatment is that it does not damage the neighboring teeth. Implants replace the roots of the teeth and act as natural teeth. You can gladly show off your teeth, let alone have a problem with eating.

Who Can Have an Implant Treatment?

Individuals over 18 years of age, who have completed their bone development, can have implant treatments. Prior to the operation, an x-ray procedure is performed in order to learn whether the jaw structure is suitable for implants. Although the disease is brought under control in diabetic patients, those who use blood thinners should quit taking those medicines before the treatment commences.

How about the implant treatment process?

The patient is slightly sedated before the implant treatment starts. An x-ray procedure must be implemented to learn about the condition of the jaw bone before this procedure. The result of the patient’s panoramic x-ray is analyzed and a plan is made. Subsequent to this stage, the patient’s jaw bone is analyzed to decide which implant type would suit better. After a decision is made over the implant type, the relevant region is anesthetized to place the implants.

The implant tooth is put in its place after a waiting period of two months.

How Long Does an Implant Last?

Implants can last up to 30 years. If you take good care of your implants, it is possible to achieve a high period of use. Smoking, alcohol consumption or consumption of acidic beverages have a significant impact over the life of implants.

Oral hygiene also plays an important role in implants. It is probable to lose the implant in the presence of bad oral hygiene. It is therefore extremely important that implant patients attach importance to oral hygiene.

Our professional team brings you together with our specialist dentists at our Dental Health polyclinic located in Pendik/Istanbul to offer you the most affordable and top quality implant options. If you are thinking about getting an implant, you are welcome to benefit from our free examination opportunities. Feel free to contact us for the most affordable and top quality implant options we have prepared for you.

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ZIRCONIUM TOOTH

Zirconia crowns, which are quite popular today, are preferred thanks to numerous advantages they offer. Turned into zirconia ceramic, zirconium is processed in special furnaces to be made available for use. It is quite difficult to notice the crowns thanks to Zirconia crowns, with natural appearance being the biggest advantage offered to the patient. Using zirconia crowns increases the individual’s quality of life while yielding rather natural results in aesthetic terms.

When to use Zirconia Crowns

  • When previous bleaching procedures did not yield any desired results,
  • For previously cut teeth,
  • To move separate teeth together,
  • If the person previously has had any bridges,
  • To mend fractured teeth,
  • To mend old teeth deformed,
  • To treat uneven and crooked teeth,
  • When it is not possible to apply fillings.

What Advantages Does Zirconia Crown Offer?

  • Zirconia porcelains are the same color as the individual’s own teeth. Therefore, it is not possible to notice the difference.
  • It does not cause any allergies.
  • It is extremely durable, it does not get damaged after the act of biting.
  • The color of the lower teeth does not reflect onto the upper teeth as it suppresses the color of the tooth it is made on.
  • It is extremely beneficial for gum health. It is not probable that a zirconia crown comes loose.
  • It can be safely used in anterior and posterior teeth.
  • It provides a more natural appearance as it has a higher transmittance of light, compared to ordinary crown.

 

How is Zirconia Crown Applied?

  • At the first examination, the objective is to spot the damage in the tooth. It is decided on whether zirconia crowns are to be used.
  • Local anesthesia is implemented.
  • The tooth and its surroundings are made thinner through special tools.
  • The inner part of the mouth is disinfected, and the tooth’s size is measured.
  • The color of the zirconia crown, which is in harmony with the natural color of your teeth, is determined.
  • Your tooth is made ready within approximately 1 week.
  • The tooth is put in its place, using temporary adhesives. The purpose here is to understand whether there will be any problems, which is followed by a waiting period of one week.
  • In the upcoming session, the patient starts living with their new tooth and attends to regular checks at specific intervals.

 

Prices of Zirconia Crowns

Please contact us for the most affordable Zirconia crown prices. As in all dentistry-related branches, we offer the most affordable prices for Zirconia teeth as well. We are the right candidate for your teeth with our experienced dentists and our advantageous prices. If you are interested in getting a quite beautiful and natural appearance for your teeth, feel free to contact us.

 

 



WHAT IS A PROSTHETIC TOOTH?

People can lose their teeth for a variety of reasons. The causes of loss of teeth include tooth decay and the necessity to extract teeth. At this point, fillings are quite beneficial; however, fillings become meaningless in the event of loss of a tooth. Dentures are extremely useful in such cases or in the event of tooth fracture.

It is highly probable that teeth lose their natural appearances in time. Teeth lose their old shiny appearances due to various reasons, such as abrasion in teeth, tooth decay, fractures and smoking. These losses lead to both aesthetic deteriorations and dysfunctions. Naturally, teeth always get damaged regardless of how attentive you are to you teeth.

What Are Dentures?

Taking the needs of the patient into consideration, a denture is prepared in a customized manner to replace the teeth that are lost in time. The dentures manufactured fully fit in the mouth of the individual, providing quite a natural appearance. It is possible to manufacture dentures based on the number of missing teeth. At this stage, the purpose is to preserve the original teeth. The color of the denture manufactured is in harmony with the original color of the patient’s teeth, and it is difficult for an outsider to notice the difference. Dentures increase the patient’s quality of life, while improving the function of chewing.

Denture types

The patient’s own tooth is used to manufacture a permanent denture, which has two subtypes named Fixed and Removable dentures. Original teeth are initially cut and made smaller, and the fixed denture is put in its place after the tooth is covered. The fixed denture procedure may require a visit to the dentist for 4 or 5 times. The act of chewing is more comfortable with fixed dentures compared to removable dentures. The patient cannot remove the denture anytime they want to. Generally, Zirconia or Laminate dentures are preferred. Removable dentures, however, can be removed and placed back by the patients themselves. Removable dentures have three subtypes: The first type is named complete denture, which is used when the patient has no teeth in their mouth. The second type is clasp dentures, which are used only for a specific part of the tooth and not for the whole tooth. The third type is called temporary dentures, which are put in the place of teeth extracted or trimmed.

If you are interested in getting dentures, you are welcome to contact us. We would be delighted to be at your service with our experienced dentists and our affordable prices.



What is Orthodontics?

Orthodontics is a branch of expertise in dentistry, which deals with the diagnosis and treatment of the harmonization of lower-upper jaws and of uneven teeth.

What Does Orthodontics Do?

Your face will always have an aesthetically missing appearance as long as the teeth are uneven or sporadic. There may be problems, such as gaps between teeth, unevenness, problems in brushing and chewing.  This is where orthodontics steps in to make the teeth aligned and fixed. The alignment of the teeth is particularly important before another dental operation.

People with problematic jaw location must be treated. This problem must be treated particularly prior to the completion of the bone development, within the adolescence period. In case of advanced ages, patients with jaw location problems would require surgical operations to eliminate this problem.

What Does an Orthodontist Do?

When you visit a dentist, the dentist would tell you whether you have orthodontic problems based on x-rays and plaster modeling. After this stage, the treatment is planned and initiated.

Orthodontists usually deal with patients who have dental problems in terms of:

  • Crookedness and unevenness in teeth,
  • Deteriorations in shape and closure of teeth,
  • Structural jaw impairments,
  • Differences at jaw levels,
  • Jaw traumas and jaw cyst problems,

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Is Orthodontic Treatment Required?

Orthodontic treatment is absolutely necessary in the long run. Lack of treatment can yield to many problems. These problems can be sorted as gum diseases, temporomandibular joint problems, problems in chewing functions, and speech disorders.

Using braces is extremely common for the solution of orthodontic problems. It is ensured that the teeth are aligned through the use of braces. This way, it is possible to eliminate problems, such as gaps between teeth or unevenness. In the absence of advanced problems in teeth, this problem can be treated through apparatuses that can be placed and removed by the patient. Furthermore, there are various apparatuses to be used for completing the orthodontic treatment. If you would like to learn about the orthodontic treatment that suits you best, you may consult your dentist.

Orthodontics at Baydent

Our staff of numerous expert dentists provide you with the best and most affordable orthodontic treatment. Feel free to contact us if you would like to benefit from the advantageous treatment options we offer.

 



What is Prosthetic or Prosthetic Teeth?

People can lose their teeth for a variety of reasons. The causes of loss of teeth include tooth decay and the necessity to extract teeth. At this point, fillings are quite beneficial; however, fillings become meaningless in the event of loss of a tooth. Dentures are extremely useful in such cases or in the event of tooth fracture.

It is highly probable that teeth lose their natural appearances in time. Teeth lose their old shiny appearances due to various reasons, such as abrasion in teeth, tooth decay, fractures and smoking. These losses lead to both aesthetic deteriorations and dysfunctions. Naturally, teeth always get damaged regardless of how attentive you are to you teeth.

What Are Dentures?

Taking the needs of the patient into consideration, a denture is prepared in a customized manner to replace the teeth that are lost in time. The dentures manufactured fully fit in the mouth of the individual, providing quite a natural appearance. It is possible to manufacture dentures based on the number of missing teeth. At this stage, the purpose is to preserve the original teeth. The color of the denture manufactured is in harmony with the original color of the patient’s teeth, and it is difficult for an outsider to notice the difference. Dentures increase the patient’s quality of life, while improving the function of chewing.

Denture types

The patient’s own tooth is used to manufacture a permanent denture, which has two subtypes named Fixed and Removable dentures. Original teeth are initially cut and made smaller, and the fixed denture is put in its place after the tooth is covered. The fixed denture procedure may require a visit to the dentist for 4 or 5 times. The act of chewing is more comfortable with fixed dentures compared to removable dentures. The patient cannot remove the denture anytime they want to. Generally, Zirconia or Laminate dentures are preferred. Removable dentures, however, can be removed and placed back by the patients themselves. Removable dentures have three subtypes: The first type is named complete denture, which is used when the patient has no teeth in their mouth. The second type is clasp dentures, which are used only for a specific part of the tooth and not for the whole tooth. The third type is called temporary dentures, which are put in the place of teeth extracted or trimmed.

If you are interested in getting dentures, you are welcome to contact us. We would be delighted to be at your service with our experienced dentists and our affordable prices.



What is Pediatric Dentistry?

Each and every child encounters various dental problems from the moment of birth to late adolescence period. Pediatric Dentistry steps in right at this point and solves the dental problems faced by children. Also known as Pedodontics, Pediatric Dentistry deals with various dental problems in a period of time that starts with the growth of the milk teeth of a child until the completion of the development of teeth by the end of adolescence. The most important point during that time is the preservation of the dental structure of the child, and Pediatric Dentistry takes measures on this matter.

Which Age Groups Are Included?

Pediatric Dentists deal with all children in the age range of 0-15. This period, which is of paramount importance in terms of dental health of children, must be followed up by a specialist doctor.

What Does Pediatric Dentistry Do?

  • Recommendations on Oral-Dental Care and Nutrition
  • Dentures for Children
  • Tooth Extraction
  • Protective and Preventive Procedures to Prevent Tooth Decay
  • Treatment of Dental Traumas
  • Endodontic Treatments (Root Canal Treatment, Amputations)
  • Prevention of Bad Oral Habits (such as Thumb Sucking, Nail Biting, Lip Biting)
  • Fillings
  • Space Maintainers

Pediatric dentistry also communicates with children and their parents. Treatment processes for toddlers are particularly quite challenging for dentists. Therefore, factors, such as the communication with the family and informing them about the operation to take place, are extremely important. Moreover, the child is provided with trainings on toothbrushing and dental care to ensure that they use their teeth for long periods of time without any problems.

Protective Dentistry

Protective dentistry aims to protect the children’s teeth against any possible adverse effects. The objective of the treatments applied is to strengthen the children’s teeth and make them more healthy.

  • Fluoride Procedures: Fluoride Procedures are one of the most common procedures in protective dentistry. This procedure is used in cavity-prone individuals and in those with possible dental problems to prevent such problems and to ensure that they are recovered.
  • Fissure Procedures: Fissure procedures can be implemented to prevent or inhibit any possible tooth decays that occur in dental parts that are difficult to clean. By sealing the parts where teeth have contact with food, the food attachment is diminished, facilitating the toothbrushing process. Following the fissure procedures, tooth decay formations are reduced substantially.

If your child has dental problems, we would be delighted to be at your service with our specialist dentists and affordable prices. You are welcome to contact us for the diagnosis and treatment of any dental problems your child may have.

 



What is Endodontics?

Publicly known as the root canal treatment, Endodontics actually stands for a decayed or infected tooth.

In general, decayed or infected teeth can be easily treated with endodontics . Teeth usually start aching and become sensitive to hot and cold.

In endodontic treatment, the pulp cavity is disinfected by removing the vessels and nerves, and the filling material is placed in that region upon the expansion of the canal space.

Causes

Endodontics have numerous causes, with tooth decay being the most prominent one. Any possible trauma or impact can cut the circulation in the tooth, therefore leading to malnutrition of the tooth.

The causes of trauma include teeth clenching and grinding, faulty fillings, or faulty dental restoration procedures. Furthermore, periodontal diseases, which are not treated in a timely manner, are also among the causes of dental inflammation.

Conditions Requiring Endondontic Treatment or Root Canal Treatment

  • An acute toothache while chewing or when force is applied,
  • Sensitivity to changes in temperature,
  • Darkening in tooth color,
  • Swelling or sensitivity in gums,
  • Pimple-like white bubbles formed in gums,

Canal root treatment is only implemented in the event of any bacteria-induced pain. Otherwise, a filling procedure would be suitable.

Root Canal Treatment Process

Depending on the size of the cavity in the tooth, it is possible to reduce the level of inflammation through the use of antibiotics prior to endodontics. If the cavity is of smaller sizes, the use of antibiotics is not deemed to be appropriate.

  • Through a dental x-ray, the inflammation in root canals and surrounding bones are scanned.
  • It is ensured that no pain is felt during the procedure by sedating the surroundings of the tooth through local anesthesia.
  • Through a hole drilled in the tooth, the infected tissues and malignant bacteria in and around the pulp tissue are cleaned.
  • The nerves in that part are removed by cleaning the root canals, which is followed by the placement of the filling materials in the newly-formed cavity.

Does a Tooth get Inflamed After Root Canal Treatment?

A properly-implemented root canal treatment has a success rate of 90 to 95%. A new inflammation can occur in root canals if a new tooth decay develops or the dental tissue breaks when no new pain can be felt in the tooth.

It is possible to repeat the root canal treatment in case of any adverse situation. The filling, which was previously placed, is removed and the same procedure is repeated following the cleaning of the root canals.

If your teeth are also decaying and if you would like to get a root canal treatment, we are at your service with our specialist dentists and affordable prices at our dental hospital located in Pendik.

 

 

 

 



Dental Braces and Aesthetics

Orthodontics is a branch of expertise in dentistry, which deals with the diagnosis and treatment of the harmonization of lower-upper jaws and of uneven teeth.

  • Orthodontic problems may stem from the following causes:
  • Genetic factors,
  • Congenital anomalies,
  • False respiration,
  • Thumb sucking and long-term use of nipples,
  • Early loss of milk teeth due to tooth decay,
  • Teeth grinding (Bruxism),
  • Traumas caused by falls or impact

The use of braces eliminates the problem of unevenness in teeth. Using braces, it possible to put uneven, crooked and irregular teeth back in order.

Types of Dental Braces

  • Metal Brackets: Metal Brackets, which are currently the most common and most durable dental brace type, are placed in inner or outer section of the patient’s teeth based on the patient’s mouth structure or the type of the problem in teeth. The duration, in which dental braces remain stable on the teeth, vary based on the severity of the impairment in the teeth.
  • Porcelain Transparent Brackets: As they are aesthetically more elegant and transparent, they are frequently preferred by patients who attach importance to aesthetics. Naturally, at this point, the severity of the problem is quite important for preferences. A tray is placed in order to prevent any deformation in the palate while fixing the teeth for the use of Porcelain Transparent Brackets.
  • Lingual Brackets: This is the most suitable type of Dental Brace for patients with inward dental structure. Moreover, it is one of the dental brace types preferred by adult patients the most. The adaptation period is a little bit longer than metal dental braces.
  • Transparent Trays: They are used in patients with small amounts of unevenness or crookedness problems. They can be removed and placed back in during the day and have a longer period of use.

It will take a little time to get used to them after starting to use dental braces. However, the level of discomfort felt by the patient will diminish as days go by. It is quite natural to feel pain as dental braces shape the teeth in the periods following the initial use. It is possible to overcome this pain with ease.

If you would like to use dental braces for your uneven or crooked teeth, you can rest assured that we will offer you the most affordable prices on this matter. Our experienced dentists and affordable prices make us the best option for you. Feel free to contact us 7 days a week.



Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery

The Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery is a branch of surgery  implemented by dentists to fix jaw injuries and deformation problems. In this branch, the purpose is to initially eliminate the problems in the bone tissue, which is also named hard tissue, and in the dermal and muscle tissues, which are also named soft tissues, in addition to aesthetic problems.

When would you need an Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery?

Abrasion and decay in teeth are quite common. This problem is brought about by the bones or oral tissue getting damaged in time. One of the most prevalent effects manifests itself during chewing, swallowing or when biting food. In addition, noisy breathing, difficulty in speaking and snoring are among the most common symptoms. These problems, which deeply affect the living standards of the individual, can be solved through the oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery.

What Problems are Included in the Domain of the Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery?

  • Extraction of teeth impacted in palate,
  • Treatment of infection-induced damages,
  • Treatment of formations in the jaw region, such as cysts and tumors,
  • Treatment of soft tissue diseases forming in the mouth area,
  • Treatment of intra-bone lesions in teeth,
  • Treatment of the oral, dental and jaw region before the placement of dentures,
  • Treatment of fractures,
  • Treatment of ache,
  • Treatment of slits on lips and palate,
  • Treatment of aesthetic impairments and dysfunctions in oral, dental and facial areas,
  • Treatment of any possible drug-induced deformations,
  • Implant Treatments.

How to Perform an Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery

These procedures vary based on the type of the procedure to be done. During the planning of the procedure, the amount of the local anesthetics may vary based on the importance of the operation. Local anesthesia, sedation or general anesthesia can be used during this procedure.

If you have any of the aforementioned problems, we would be delighted to see you at Baydent, where skillful dentists and affordable prices await you. We are looking forward to helping you with our most affordable prices in the Istanbul region. We are really confident in our prices. We recommend you not to decide before consulting us.


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