Oral and Dental Health
What Is Oral and Dental Health? Why Is It Imporatnt?
Dentistry is a field of medicine that covers the oral cavity, dental health protection, and curative treatments. In dentistry treatments, it is aimed to provide the person to feed, speak, and have a good aesthetic appearance.
The mouth and teeth are the starting point of digestion. Therefore, they have a very important place in nutrition. Digestion, which starts correctly and successfully in the mouth, positively affects the work of the entire digestive system. The absence of any structural and functional disorders in the mouth and teeth, and the fact that the mouth and teeth can fully perform their duties indicate the presence of oral and dental health. Dentistry is a field of medicine that covers the oral cavity, dental health protection, and curative treatments.
The alignment of the teeth ensures that speech is understandable and diction is correct. It has been observed that people with missing teeth have difficulty in making certain sounds, chewing and biting. Tooth and gum diseases are among the important health problems in our country and in the world. Thus, the treatments applied in the Oral and Dental Health Department are very important.
In our Oral and Dental Health Departments of our Health Group, in addition to general dentistry practices such as preventive dentistry, pedodontics (children’s teeth), orthodontics (crooked teeth), endodontics (root canal treatment), conservative treatment, prosthesis, periodontology (gum diseases), there are other services such asaesthetic dentistry, implantology and maxillofacial surgery.
Treatment of Tooth Decays and Gingivitis
Gum Diseases Treatment
Removal of Teeth Stains
Oral, Dental, Maxillofacial Diseases and Surgery
20-Years Tooth Extraction
Surgical Treatment of Abscess, Cyst, Pathological Formations
Aesthetic Dentistry Practices
Prosthesis (Prosthetic Rehabilitation Treatment)
Pedodontics (children’s teeth)
Orthodontics (crooked teeth)
Endodontics (root canal treatment)
Conservative treatment (filling)
Periodontology (gum diseases)