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Restorative Dentistry in Turkey gives the best solution.
In Restorative Dentistry, it’s differ from traditional dentures in that they are very lifelike and fit incredibly well.
Patients who have several teeth missing or have tooth gaps can make use of cosmetic dentures.
Dentures also provide full chewing functionality and feel natural inside the mouth as well.
A variety of color types are provided as well ranging from natural tooth color to Hollywood smile.
The procedure reshapes the gum tissue around the teeth to create a more balanced smile. This procedure is primarily performed for cosmetic purposes to help patients achieve a smile they can feel confident about.
The excess or overhanging gums are trimmed using a scalpel blade or laser. This exposes your teeth which are too short. Natural gum line is given accordingly which gives a beautiful look to your smile.
Laser light helps you trim the asymmetrical gum line. Gum contouring is quick, easy and precise. It causes less bleeding at the surgical site which improves visibility.
It is an outpatient procedure and the recovery process is usually very fast. While soreness and tenderness may occur in the days following the surgery, the gums usually fully heal in a matter of weeks. Any pain or discomfort can be managed by taking over-the-counter painkillers.
Our cosmetic dental team will evaluate your condition. Clinically; examine your gum lines to decide on the possibility of restoring a beautiful smile with gum contouring by Restorative Dentistry.
Restorative Dentistry is one of the best solution
If you don’t take care of your teeth properly, they may get decay cavities, and dental caries. Cavities are detected early, they may be small enough to be repaired with the Restorative Dentistry.
White fillings are cosmetic dental prosthetics which are used to restore the natural structure and appearance of teeth. The most common application is for restoring the structure of decayed teeth.
Composite fillings are made from a mix of acrylic resin and powdered glass in order to match the color of the existing teeth.
This allows the filling to merge seamlessly with the teeth, especially when it is in a more obvious location towards the front of the mouth.
You may feel a very slight toothache once your anesthetic wears off, which is easily remedied with over-the-counter painkillers if needed.
This is an easy case that not only leaves your tooth looking perfect, but restores strength, chew and bite functions.
What makes white fillings safer than the old-fashioned, silver ones? About 50% of a silver amalgam is made from mercury, which can cause health problems among some patients. Resin do not contain any mercury, and therefore they do not carry this particular risk.
These days, many people with silver fillings ask their dentists to replace them with new composite ones. However, the procedure isn’t always necessary.
if your fillings are in good shape, they aren’t causing any pain, and you don’t mind the silver spots in your mouth, it’s ok to leave the fillings right where they are.
Of course, if you do want to replace your fillings, it is possible to do so. You and the dentist can determine whether or not white fillings are the best option for your smile.
Laser Whitening can change everything
Laser Teeth Whitening
Teeth whitening is a simple, conservative way to improve the appearance of a smile and reduce tooth discoloration.
The options for TW are almost endless, and one of the more popular professional options is laser teeth whitening.
The procedure is completed in a dental office. It involves placing a concentrated whitening gel on your teeth and then using a laser to heat it up, which whitens your teeth quickly.
Consists of a few simple steps:
First, your dentist will place a plastic or rubber guard in your mouth to keep it open.
Then they will apply a protective layer over your gums to shield them from the bleaching gel. These layers typically harden, creating a rubber-like layer on your gums.
Helps prevent gum irritation and burning.
Once the protective layer forms, Dentist will carefully apply the whitening gel to your teeth. Then they’ll use a pen-like laser to activate the gel.
The gel will foam, which means it’s working to remove stains from your teeth. The dentist will repeat these steps up to three or four times until your teeth reach the desired shade.
Doctor will rinse your mouth out and remove the protective layer over your gums. Please be aware that your teeth can get whiter 1 or 2 shades most.
As with all teeth whitening, the results do not last forever. People who drink coffee, tea, or red wine and/or use tobacco will experience a relapse in their whitening results and need to repeat the process.