Cosmetic Dentistry at Antalya Dental Hospital, Turkey
Cosmetic Dentistry: What Are They, Benefits and Cost
Improve the aesthetics of your smile.
Here at the Antalya Dental Hospital, we believe that everyone should be wearing a smile they’re proud of. No one should hide their smile.
We often see patients who complain about fractured, heavily stained or worn out teeth. Good news is, there are many different options to correct these problems. Cosmetic dentistry has come a long way, and whether you need a few minor enhancements or a full transformation, our cosmetic dentists can help
Veneers & Smile Design
Veneers are a popular choice for those who are unhappy with their smile. A veneer is a strong, ultra-thin shell of porcelain bonded on top of the tooth to correct stained, chipped and misshaped teeth. Our cosmetic dentists can also use veneers to align slightly crowded teeth or close gaps between teeth.
Because of their versatility, veneers can be used to fix a single tooth or as a part of a smile makeover. Using the principles of smile design, we will help you recreate a natural looking smile that complements your features and personality.
There are times when we need to do a combination of cosmetic dental treatments to rebuild the natural beauty, health and function of our patients’ smiles. This may sound complex, but smile makeovers are something our dentists and specialists do on a daily basis. Smile makeovers may involve veneers, crowns, onlays, composite bonding or teeth whitening – all of which are carefully designed to give your smile a natural look and feel.
It’s not always the teeth that are the problem, for some people, it’s their gums. Oftentimes, many people lose their confidence to smile if too much of their gums show (gummy smile), or when the gums rest too high on their teeth. To improve the overall aesthetics of a smile, our dentists and periodontist (gum specialist) can perform a procedure called gum contouring or reshaping. Laser technology makes this procedure quick and relatively pain-free.
Everybody loves a bright, white smile. It is one of the most attractive features anyone can possess. This is why more and more people opt for teeth whitening treatments to rejuvenate their smiles and boost their confidence. Done professionally, whitening at the dentist gives you safe, effective and outstanding results with zero or little discomfort.
Cosmetic bonding is a common procedure used to repair chipped or uneven tooth, or to close minor gaps between teeth. Your dentist will directly apply a tooth colored composite to the front surface of your teeth where it is contoured into the right form and hardened using a special light. The bonded tooth is polished and shaped to appear natural. Composite bonding can be used to fix a single tooth or rebuild several ones. It is usually completed in one visit.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
A full mouth rehabilitation is when patients undergo a series of cosmetic and restorative procedures to restore the proper function, health and aesthetics of their smiles. This is typically performed for patients with a high number of severely damaged or missing teeth, or those with advanced periodontal or gum disease. Our specialists may use a variety of treatments that can include dental implants, bridges, root canal treatments, veneers and crowns to create the correct relationship between the gums, jaws, muscles and teeth.
Need more advice?
If you need free and impartial advice about your oral health, contact our Antalya Dental Hospital Helpline by email or call +90 242-999-1227 (local rate call in the Turkey).
Our Antalya Dental Hospital Helpline is completely confidential and has helped almost 20,000+ people. Contact our experts by telephone, email or online enquiry, Monday to Friday, 08:00 - 18:00.
This article is intended to promote understanding of and knowledge about general oral health topics.It is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your dentist or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Health
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Not all practices have a hygienist or therapist. However, more of them now offer this as part of the service to patients. They can see patients under the prescription of a dentist, see them as part of a separate treatment plan or can see them independently as part of their own practice. If your practice does not have a hygienist or therapist, your dentist may refer you to one or you can contact them directly.
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Dental decay happens when the enamel and dentine of a tooth become softened by acid attack after you have eaten or drunk anything containing sugars. Over time, the acid makes a cavity (hole) in the tooth. ‘Dental decay’ is the same as tooth decay and is also known as ‘dental caries’.
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Toothache is painful and upsetting, especially in children, and the main cause is tooth decay. This is due to too much sugar, too often, in the diet.
Teething is another problem. It starts at around 6 months, and it can continue when the adult teeth start to appear. If your child needs pain relief, make sure you choose a sugar-free medicine. If the pain continues then contact your dental team for an appointment. Remember to check with your doctor or pharmacist that you are being prescribed sugar-free medicines at all times.
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