Prosthodontics at Antalya Dental Hospital, Turkey

Prosthodontics: What Are They, Benefits and Cost

A prosthodontist is a dentist who specializes in treating complex dental and facial matters, including the restoration and replacement of missing or damaged teeth with artificial devices. They are highly trained in dental implants, crowns, bridges, dentures, jaw disorders, and more.

Restore the confidence in your smile.

Certain factors like genetics, facial trauma, illnesses and poor oral hygiene may contribute to the loss of teeth or their function. Patients who need to restore the function and aesthetics of their teeth are often referred to a prosthodontist.

Prosthodontics, also called prosthetic dentistry, is a specialty that refers to the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and maintenance of a patient’s smile and oral function. With prosthodontics, our patients are able to regain and preserve the dynamics of their mouth as well as enjoy a confident smile.

simple and complex restorations.

At Dental Studio Antalya, our prosthodontist specializes in both simple and complex restorative treatments, cosmetics, crowns and bridges, dentures, full mouth rehabilitation, smile makeovers, and the treatment of temporomandibular disorders (TMJ/TMD).

If you want to improve your smile and oral health, come visit our specialist prosthodontist today.

Our specialist prosthodontist performs the following treatments

  • Veneers and crowns
  • Implants, dentures and bridges
  • Enamel shaping
  • Dental bonding
  • Smile makeovers
  • Full mouth rehabilitation
  • TMJ/TMD treatment

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Who are the best candidates for teeth whitening?2022-02-06T18:56:04+03:00

The best candidates for teeth whitening are those with healthy teeth and gums. You will be advised to get a full dental check-up prior to your whitening appointment to ensure that you don’t have cavities or any other issues with your oral health. For best results, it is recommended that you have a clean prior to your appointment.

My teeth are stained, what toothpaste should I use?2022-02-06T21:06:43+03:00

There are toothpastes which can help to remove staining. These are often called ‘whitening’ toothpastes. It is important to realise that these toothpastes can only help you to restore the original shade of your teeth and will not change their natural colour. If you feel you need something stronger to whiten your teeth, talk to your dental team about how this could be done. If you are a smoker, there are special smokers’ toothpastes that will remove the staining that can build up over time.

How could a probiotic help my oral health?2022-02-06T21:09:45+03:00

Probiotics are ‘friendly’ bacteria and have been commonly used to help healthy digestion.

There are now ‘oral’ probiotics which may help to keep up the balance between the friendly bacteria in your mouth and the harmful bacteria which can cause plaque build-up, gum disease and bad breath.

How can I tell if I have a cracked tooth?2022-02-06T22:36:01+03:00

The signs can be difficult to spot and the symptoms will vary. You may get pain from time to time when you are chewing, especially when you release the biting pressure. Extreme temperatures, especially cold, may cause discomfort. Or you may be sensitive to sweetness, but with no signs of decay. A small area of the gum near the affected tooth may swell.

If the pain is severe, take pain relief like you would normally take for a headache. Always check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any other medication.

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