It is a special program created by our center for you. Dental SPA; It is the general care and refreshing process of the mouth, teeth and gums. Dental SPA application is performed for white teeth, healthy gums and fresh breath.
Within the scope of the Dental SPA package; Scaling, gum treatment and care, plaque cleaning and control, and bleaching applications are performed. After the procedure, the relief in your teeth and gums will bring you a confident smile.
Dental Stone Cleaning and Gum Care
Tooth decay is more common in people with dense teeth. Because the residues that cannot be removed by brushing settle between the tooth cavities. Here it causes bacterial proliferation, thus causing tooth decay and bad breath.
Oral irrigator; It is a procedure that uses pressure to send water to hard-to-reach areas of the teeth, between the teeth and into the gum pocket, and massages the gums. It is especially beneficial for people with gum disease, crooked teeth, teeth prone to decay and those who have implants or bridge prostheses.
But it should not be forgotten that gum disease does not only occur due to lack of oral care. Crooked teeth, the presence of decayed teeth in the mouth, the presence of incorrect or poorly made crowns, and incorrect chewing forces can also cause gum disease. You may also become more prone to gum disease during pregnancy or with some systemic diseases such as diabetes.
Antibiotics taken during the development of teeth, some medications such as antibiotics, and childhood febrile illnesses cause tooth discoloration. In addition, the most important cause of tooth discoloration is frequent consumption of foods containing dyes and beverages such as tea, coffee and cola. Also, cigarettes, pipes, etc. The use of products containing tobacco causes teeth to lose their whiteness. In “Office Bleaching”, which will be applied by the physician in the clinic, the physician first cleans the tooth surface. After the gums are covered with a special protective barrier, a whitening agent is applied to the tooth surfaces and the procedure is performed under the supervision of a physician. The procedure can take between 15-30 minutes and may need to be repeated in one or more sessions.
In most cases, treating gum disease is simple. Initial treatment usually consists of professional cleaning by the dentist, using special tools and devices to remove tartar and plaque around the tooth tissues. From then on, the patient completes the first step of the treatment by cleaning his teeth with the help of a brush, dental floss and an interdental brush.
Surgical procedures performed under local anesthesia to treat enlarged, receding gums, cavities and osteoporosis resulting from the melting of the alveolar bone are called periodontal operations. In these operations, auxiliary biomaterials such as membranes and bone grafts are used to regenerate lost tissues. After the operations, checks are required at 3-6 month intervals.