It is a branch of dentistry that meets the needs of the person both in terms of health and visuality by replacing missing teeth in the mouth.Cad-Cam Uygulamaları

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Aesthetic dentistry; It is the improvement of aesthetic appearance, speech disorders and lost functions with various applications on teeth and gums.

It is applied in teeth with broken and discolored, crooked, irregular and deformed teeth, tooth deficiencies, and color and deformities in the gums.

Porcelain laminates are restorations that can be performed without requiring little or no preparation from the dental tissue, especially in the anterior teeth. Strengthening the physical properties of porcelain has enabled them to be made much thinner. The very good color permeability of the laminates adhered using special adhesives provides excellent results aesthetically.

It is possible to obtain more aesthetic results compared to metal-supported ceramics. In addition, the very good harmony of porcelain with the tissues allows the restorations to be used healthy for many years.

The use of porcelain instead of metal in the infrastructure allows light transmission, which enables more aesthetic and natural prostheses to be made.

The purplish discolorations of metal-supported ceramics, especially on the neck of the teeth, are prevented.

Especially in individuals with metal allergies, the use of zirconium will solve this problem due to its anti-allergic properties.

A well-made denture does not smell. Odor occurs due to the neglect of the prosthesis in patients who do not have sufficient oral hygiene. Especially the lower parts of the bridge bodies should be cleaned very well. If there is swelling and bleeding in the gums around the bridge feet, a dentist should be consulted.

Implants are the best materials that can be used as an alternative to natural teeth. It offers more aesthetic, functional and phonetic features compared to classical bridge and palate prostheses. In fixed prostheses, especially in single tooth deficiencies, the most important advantages are the ability to cover the deficiency without the need for preparations of neighboring teeth, and to be able to make a fixed prosthesis instead of a removable prosthesis in cases of excessive tooth loss. In addition, prosthesis play, which is the biggest disadvantage of total prostheses, is prevented.

Finding the appropriate bone is one of the most important factors in the success of the implant. Nevertheless, implant application can be performed easily in many cases with operations such as sinus (lift) lifting and bone planting (augmentation) with the developing techniques.

Implants can be made of alloys such as titanium, zirconium or ceramic material such as zircon. The common feature of all these materials is that they are not seen as foreign substances by the body. The body does not produce antigens against these materials. In other words, there is no such thing as the implant is not accepted by the body.

Clasps do not rot teeth. The retaining areas formed by the crochets on the teeth cause more food accumulation. Along with inadequate oral hygiene, tooth decay and gum ailments occur especially in these areas. Such problems are not encountered if these areas are cleaned well.

Removable dentures must be removed after each meal and the food residues must be cleaned under water and rinsed with water.At the end of the day, the liquid should be cleaned using a brush with a cleaning agent. Denture cleaner special effervescent tablets should be used daily.Prostheses should never be put into solvent-containing liquids such as bleach, they disrupt the structure of the prosthesis, both increasing its fragility and causing more contamination by roughening its surface.

Denture adhesives can be used in prostheses with less bone support. There is no harm in using it when it is cleaned every evening and a new adhesive is performed every morning.

The sense of taste is all about language. The palate has nothing to do with taste.

It is more difficult to get used to lower prostheses than upper prostheses. The tongue causes the lower prosthesis to move. Biting of the tongue, lips and cheeks is normal. The liquid to be taken with the meals will soften the foods and make the chewing process more comfortable.