Cosmetic Dentistry

Restorative Dental Treatments

Restorative dental treatments are applied to obtain an aesthetically beautiful smile. It is possible to obtain an aesthetically pleasing and natural appearance if the arrangement and appearance of the teeth and the structural features of the soft tissue surrounding the teeth are in integrity with the characteristic structure of the patient's facial appearance. 

Restorative dental treatments can simultaneously offer different benefits such as the desired qualities of the tooth structure, improvement of tooth colour, removal of tartar and surface cleaning. In other words, restorative dental treatments are applied for the repair and treatment of hard tissue losses that occur in the tooth due to caries or other reasons. Thus, patients are relieved from aesthetic concerns and the functions of their teeth are restored.

It is possible to use many different methods within the scope of restorative dental treatments. Direct or indirect composite applications, smile design, treatments for dentin sensitivity, pre-prosthetic restoration application, porcelain aesthetic studies, tooth whitening applications and vital pulp treatment can be counted among these. In addition to conservative dental treatments applied to oncology patients and elderly patients, the appropriate treatment method is determined as a result of the evaluation of the patients' specific problems, age, oral and dental examination findings with methods such as preventive treatment applications for adults.

Most people, regardless of whether they are men or women, want to have a pleasant and impressive smile. Therefore, people with aesthetic concerns usually benefit from restorative dental treatments. At the same time, deformities in the mouth and jaw structure or deformations caused by accidental injuries can also be eliminated by applying restorative dental treatments. 

Restorative dental treatments can also be used in the treatment of people with gum problems, permanent staining on their teeth, geriatrics and oncology patients. When the treatment is decided for the individual, the first thing to be done is to evaluate the examination findings in detail. Then, under the guidance of the data obtained and in the light of scientific data, the most appropriate treatment plan should be determined for the individual. Considering the findings obtained during the treatment, the most appropriate procedures such as orthodontics, plastic surgery, cosmetic dentistry, periodontal treatment and orthognathic surgery are selected and applied.

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