Category Archives: Dental

What is gingivitis? What is good for gingivitis?

Infections in the gums due to insufficient attention to oral and dental care, malnutrition, and some diseases can cause inflammation in the gums. Gingivitis, usually caused by bacterial infections, is also called gingivitis. Although it varies according to the region of its occurrence, gingivitis usually causes difficulty and pain during mouth movements and eating. Most… Read More »

Gum swelling

The gums are solid and pink-colored tissues that cover the jawbone. This tissue, which also includes the roots of the teeth, is very rich in blood vessels. Although problems related to teeth usually come to mind when it comes to oral and dental health, gum diseases have an important share among health problems in this… Read More »

What is Endodontics?

Endodontics is a Latin term, derived from the words endo (inside) and don’t (tooth). The department of endodontics deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases that occur in the tissues surrounding the tooth itself, as well as living tissues such as veins and nerves in the inner part of the tooth, which are defined… Read More »


1.What is orthodontics? Orthodontics is a branch of science that treats the deterioration of the harmony of teeth and jaws concerning the face and each other and the perplexity of the teeth. 2.Why do orthodontic problems occur? Although most orthodontic problems are hereditary, they may occur due to structural problems (adenoid and tonsil enlargement, etc.),… Read More »

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Oral, Dental, and Maxillofacial Surgery is a specialty that includes the diagnosis and treatment of all soft and hard tissues in the mouth, as well as the diagnosis and treatment of all diseases related to the jawbone and surrounding tissues. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery The working area of ​​oral, dental, and… Read More »

Impacted Teeth

Impacted Teeth As it is known, the last teeth are twenty years old (3rd eldest) teeth. They usually start to last between the ages of 17 and 25. If these teeth last in the correct position and do not damage the surrounding tissues, there is no harm in keeping the tooth in place. However, there… Read More »

What is Adeviz (Bonding)?

What is Adeviz (Bonding)? They are additions to the tooth to change the color or shape of the tooth, enlarge it or treat a defect. The materials used for this purpose (microcephalic agents) can be attached to the outer surface of the natural tooth, and deformities can be easily removed. Adeviz (Bonding) is one of… Read More »

Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening Teeth lose their whiteness over time due to consumption of food, drinks (coffee, wine, and tea), and cigarettes. Teeth whitening can be done to correct this situation. Compared to porcelain veneers, tooth whitening is an easy, reliable, economical, and more protective process because the teeth are not abraded. Staining and discoloration in teeth… Read More »

Gum Diseases

Gum Diseases Gum Diseases; Cleaning of dental calculus and bacterial plaque, treatment of the disease with surgical techniques and motivating the patient about oral and dental care for the purpose of the treatment of gum diseases, commonly known as “gingival recession” and resulting in tooth loss, are included in this field of dentistry. The treatment… Read More »

Filling Treatment

Filling Treatment Conservative Dental Treatment Purpose It is the cleaning of dental caries and filling the formed cavity (cavity) with an artificial filling treatment material. Dental caries are defined as a disease that occurs in dental tissues due to more than one cause. Factors of Tooth Decay; Bacteria plate Internal factors (tooth structure, the composition… Read More »