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Discover the latest in dental treatments and procedures on our blog. From cosmetic dentistry to restorative treatments, we cover a range of topics to help you achieve optimal oral health. Our team of dental experts is dedicated to providing you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your dental care.

After tooth extraction, direct smoking or passive exposure of the patient to cigarette smoke is harmful to oral health and the whole body.
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Zygoma implant is a treatment performed by taking support from the cheekbones, also known as zygoma bones, when the bone tissue in the patient's upper jaw is not suitable for normal implant treatment.
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The main difference between certificates and awards is that certificates are issued by impartial organizations and committees as a result of certain trainings, ensuring compliance with the required standard tests. Awards, on the other hand,...
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A dental abscess is a build-up of pus around the root of a tooth caused by a bacterial infection. Tooth abscesses can affect children, adults and the elderly.
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A dental hygienist is a licensed dental professional who helps patients maintain and improve their oral health. While a dental hygienist's primary job is to clean teeth, their expertise includes all aspects of good oral...
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The trend of patients traveling to countries other than their countries of residence to receive cheaper diagnoses and treatments for dental diseases is on the rise today. Patients find the answer to the question of...
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Zirconia implants are dental implants made of zirconium (zirconium dioxide), a white ceramic material. Zirconia implants are a good alternative to traditional titanium implants due to their superior soft tissue response, high biocompatibility and aesthetics.
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Zygomatic implants have a longer structure than traditional dental implants and are placed in the zygomatic bone (cheekbone) instead of the upper jawbone. Zygomatic implants are suitable for patients who do not have enough bone...
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Turkey is a popular destination for braces, as it is for other dental treatments. In Turkey, it is possible to have braces at a more affordable cost than in many other countries.
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Toothache, bad breath and sensitivity are common symptoms of infected wisdom teeth. Some other symptoms may also be caused by an infected wisdom teeth.
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Turkey, which is located partly in Asia and partly in Europe, is one of the popular destinations for patients seeking dental crowns. Dental crowns made in Turkey are known as Turkish crowns.
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As with any cosmetic dental treatment, the cost of composite bonding in Turkey is lower than in many countries around the world. The average cost of composite bonding is between £110 and £150 per tooth
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Composite material is not as hard as natural teeth. Therefore, it can wear, chip and stain over time. Composite bonding typically lasts between 5 and 7 years. After this time, it needs to be replaced...
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Sedation is one of the anaesthesia methods applied before dental treatments in order to reduce anxiety, pain and pain sensations by relaxing the patient. Sedative drugs with sedative properties are given by mouth or intravenously.
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All-on-4 treatment method is preferred for patients with poor bone health, while All-on-6 is preferred for patients with healthy bone structure. Both methods have similar treatment procedures.
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Turkey is a great place to receive healthcare abroad. There are many advantages to receiving treatment in Turkey, including affordable pricing, quality equipment, advanced treatment options and vacation packages.
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Antalya is the fifth largest city in Turkey and has some of the best dental clinics. Therefore, it is often preferred for high quality and low cost dental treatments. Dentists have extensive experience in a...
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Enamel is the tissue that covers the outer surface of the tooth and protects the soft tissues and nerves in the lower layers of the tooth.
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