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Restorative dental treatment is a treatment method used to provide an aesthetically beautiful smile. Restorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry that focuses on replacing damaged or missing teeth. Every person's aesthetic expectations are different.

One of the things that people care most about is having an aesthetic smile. For this, first of all, it is necessary to have healthy teeth. In restorative dentistry, dentists primarily remove and repair cavities and also provide treatment for other oral conditions.

Who Can Prefer Restorative Dentistry?
People of all ages and professions can choose restorative dental treatment. The primary goal is to protect dental health and achieve an appearance that makes people feel beautiful. If the person receiving restorative dental treatment is under the age of 14, it would be more appropriate to work with a pedodontist.

The products used during the treatment are biocompatible materials that provide an aesthetic appearance and never damage the teeth. Thanks to the biocompatible materials used, losses that occur for various reasons are treated and a pleasant appearance is achieved. Biocompatible materials facilitate the treatment of people over the age of 65. Deformities in the mouth and jaw structure or deformations resulting from accidents can be corrected with this treatment method.

What are the methods used in Restorative Dentistry?
Many techniques are used by physicians in restorative dental treatment. Physicians determine restoration options according to the amount of loss in dental tissue. The scope of restorative dental treatment includes direct or indirect composite applications, smile design, teeth whitening, porcelain aesthetic studies, treatments for dentin sensitivity, vital pulp treatment. Apart from these treatment methods, the age factor of the patients, their individual problems, oral and dental The appropriate treatment method should be decided based on their health.

What are the Purposes of Restorative Dentistry?
The aim of restorative dental treatment is to prevent patients from losing teeth, have a smooth and healthy smile, and protect the hard tissue of the teeth. One of the most important goals of restorative dental treatment is to ensure the continuation of the vitality of the tooth. The treatments required to maintain the vitality of the tooth vary depending on the tooth's proximity to the nerve tissue.

Materials Used in Restorative Dentistry
The materials used in restorative dental treatment are biocompatible materials that provide the patient's aesthetic appearance and do not damage the teeth. These biocompatible materials;

Dental Fillings
Dental fillings are applied first by physicians by determining the tooth loss in the person to be treated. Physicians can perform the filling in two different ways. One of these methods is the fillings performed instantly at the bedside, which we call the direct method. Another method is by gluing fillings prepared using measurements.

Amalgam Fillings
Amalgam fillings are one of the types of fillings used in the past. Nowadays, composite fillings called white fillings are preferred.

Composite (White) Fillings
Composite fillings are a type of filling used in both front teeth and back teeth. These are fillings used to fill the gaps between teeth. These fillings are made according to the color of the teeth. In this way, a natural and healthy appearance is achieved.

Inlay and Onlay Fillings
It is an aesthetic treatment method applied to teeth that do not have enough dental tissue to be filled or that are not damaged enough to be covered.

Laminate veneer restorations (leaf restorations)
Laminate veneers are a procedure that provides a whiter appearance in tooth color and eliminates tooth defects. It is an aesthetic treatment method to be preferred in the treatment of tooth discoloration, tooth cavities and tooth fractures.

CAD/CAM systems
CAD/CAM systems are systems that have increased in popularity today. These are the frequently preferred methods today. With digital systems, these fillings can be done in a single session. For these systems, white filling or porcelain filling is used.

Teeth whitening
Another method used in restorative dental treatment is teeth whitening. External and internal discoloration may occur in teeth. External colorations are treated using the etching method. Internal colorations are treated using various agents. The whitening method is preferred depending on whether the teeth are alive or dead. There are many whitening products available to whiten teeth. In order to perform a more effective whitening process, it is necessary to consult a dentist. Teeth that have been whitened have an aesthetic and pleasant appearance.


Our Treatment Methods We Use

  • Aesthetic Dentistry

  • Amalgam, composite and glass ionomer fillings (front and back teeth)

  • Direct/indirect composite and porcelain aesthetic restorations (inlay, onlay and laminate veneer restorations)

  • smile design

  • Aesthetic approaches to trauma and tooth fractures

  • Vital and devital teeth whitening (home type, office type and laser activated)

  • Dentin sensitivity treatments

  • Vital pulp treatments

  • Pre-prosthetic restorations

  • Conservative dental treatment in geriatric (elderly) and oncology patient groups

  • Individual protective (caries prevention) practices in adults

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