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Acquired Habits and Treatments

Clenching (bruxism) is a widespread habit. Approximately %50-96 of adults face this problem

Chemotherapy, Radiotherapy and Dental Health

Patients receiving treatment due to cancer go through several changes in their dental health..

Diabetes and Dental Health

The increased amounts of glucose in patients with uncontrolled diabetes provide a comfortable environment for bacteria to reproduce.

Cotton Mouth (Xerostomia)

It is a condition which occurs when the salivary gland function is reduced. Biological aging, several systemic diseases..

Orthodontic Treatment Age

Thinking upon the question whether to bring a child to the dental clinic, it is known that early ages are taken as the most appropriate time for orthodontic..

Types of Braces

Braces consist of metal, ceramic and plastic selections. However, orthodontic treatments are usually performed with stainless steel braces.

Orthodontic Treatment Methods

Basically, there are two types of orthodontic treatments; removable and fixed apparatus. Removable apparatus can be removed by the patient...

Inlay-Onlay Fillings

Dark metal amalgam fillings require changing due to erosion over time. In addition, they may cause teeth to fracture and seperate...

Composite Laminate Veneer (Bonding)

Bonding method is used for broken and fractured teeth or shaping and color changing on front teeth.

Porcelain Laminate Veneer

Teeth are prepared by removing approximately 0.5mm of enamel from the teeth surface.

Dental Floss Usage

Dental Floss is used for cleaning microbial dental plaque and food particles between and under teeth.

Extraction of Third Molar

As known by many, the last teeth to erupt are third molar teeth. They begin erupting between ages 17 to 25.

Frequently Asked Questions

My Tooth is Broken! What Should I Do?

If possible, the fractured piece should be found and preserved inside the mouth or a liquid such as milk or saline...