Preventative Dentistry

Preventive dentistry is of great importance as dental caries and gingival diseases do not show any symptoms until they progress and become serious.

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Dental implants, which are applied to replace your lost natural teeth, are completely tissue-friendly small metal screws placed in the jaw to fix crowns, bridges and prostheses.

Thanks to dental implants, lost function and aesthetics are regained. In addition to social indications such as not smiling, we also offer our patients effective chewing with prosthetic treatments on dental implants.

After your treatment is planned with panoramic films and 3D imaging methods, the implants are placed in your jawbone. Your temporary prostheses made during the healing process help you get through this process comfortably. After the fusion between the implant and the bone takes place, the prosthesis stage is passed and our patients get their fixed teeth.

Cosmetic Dentistry

In aesthetic dentistry, several branches of dentistry come together and applications are made. The main purpose here is to make a person’s smile more beautiful or better, or to solve the problems in their teeth. Click on the link to review our treatments in this context.


If you have bleeding and swollen gums, a bad smell in your breath, a bad taste in your mouth, tooth loss due to caries or tooth loss, or receding gums, there may be infection in the periodontal tissues surrounding your teeth. For gingival diseases that many of our patients are not aware of, you should consult your dentist without wasting time.


It is the process of removing the crowding in the teeth.
During the correction process of these crowding, porcelain brackets, lingual orthodontic and wireless orthodontic (Invisalign) treatments are performed in our clinic as well as traditional metal brackets.

Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment (also called Endodontics) is needed when the pulp inside your tooth becomes infected through tooth decay or damaged by an injury to your mouth. This infection may spread through the root canal system, which could eventually lead to an abscess, causing a great deal of discomfort. If root canal treatment is not carried out, the tooth may need to be taken out.

Oral, Face and Maxillofacial Surgery

You may need oral surgery to remove impacted wisdom teeth or advanced dental cavities safely. In our clinic, with the supervision of a specialist you can make your recovery at ease and comfortably.

Joint Disorders

When the lower and upper jaws close towards each other, the meeting of the teeth with each other is called “bite”. If the teeth do not close with each other properly, the teeth, gums, temporo-mandibular joint and facial muscles will be adversely affected. As a result of these disturbances in the TMJ, many people suffer from clenching and grinding their teeth at night. As a result of all these, it can lead to headaches and neck pains, joint noise during chewing, triggering migraine attacks, shoulder and back pain.

You should consult your dentist as soon as possible so that your temporo-mandibular joint disorders, which have a multifactorial etiology, do not get worse over time.

Botox And Dermal Fillers

Botulinum toxin injection therapy (sometimes called Botox) has been used to treat headaches including migraines with great success for several years now. People with Temporo Mandibular Joint dysfunction (TMJ) can also benefit from a series of injections.

Dentists are in a unique position to be able to help people with headaches; both migraines and those due to temporo mandibular dysfunction. The series of injections aim to help reduce involuntary muscle contractions, or spasms those control the muscles responsible for movement in the face- specifically chewing which generates myofascial pain.