Smile Makeover

A beautiful smile has a positive effect on people and creates a more appealing and confident first impression. With the advancement of technology in dentistry, the concept of smile design has become the focal point for aesthetic dentistry. While the smile design is created, oral and dental structures are assessed as a whole, and changes are made in the shape and alignment of the teeth, in line with the face profile of the patient, to create good harmony.

Dental Implants

If you have one or more missing teeth, this treatment can be provided. Dental Implants are long term solutions to replace the missing tooth/teeth. Dental Implants are imported from such counties as Germany and Switzerland and made from 100% Titanium. The clinic also provides All on 4 Dental Implants and All on 6 Dental Implants.

Sinus Graft Applications

Sinus surgery is a procedure applied on the upper jaw. Loss of teeth in the upper jaw might cause maxillary sinus to expand downwards. It can also be accompanied with the thinning of jawbones. Because of these conditions, bones in the area where there is loss of teeth become unsuitable for implants. In such cases, sinus surgery is applied to lift the expanded sinus base and place bone graft in the area so that adequate bone support is attained to place implants. The missing bone tissue is created using the sinus lifting procedure, and the patient becomes viable for implants. The missing teeth tissue can be replaced through this process.

Bone Graft Applications

Bone graft is a bone formation method applied to treat defects which occur due to thinning or loss of bone in the jaw. Through bone transfer procedure, a block of bone is removed from the jawbone and placed on the area with the defect. These bone blocks are then fixed on the area using mini screws. This process is called, “autogenous grafting procedure,” because the area with bone loss is treated using the patient’s own healthy bone structure. Foreign bone powder is not used during this process. Latest technical advancements in the field make it possible to successfully use grafting applications. Thanks to this procedure, scope of application and success rate of implant treatments have increased.

Dental Bridges

Dental Bridge is an alternative treatment to replace one or more missing teeth. A dental bridge literally bridges the gap created by one or more missing teeth. Like a real bridge, a dental bridge requires anchors from both ends.

Laminate Veneer

Laminate Veneers are composed of either porcelain or composite material and are also known by most patients as,” leaf porcelain,” which are very thin porcelains placed on the front side of the teeth. It is a long-lasting and aesthetically satisfying conservative treatment that can be applied with little or no abrasions to the teeth.

Dental Crowns also known as the Whole Veneer

Dental Crowns known as Whole Veneers are always advised for the patients who would like to solve such teeth problems as misshaped, worn down, crooked, broken teeth and are even recommended for the patients who would like to have a whiter and straighter smile line. With this treatment, your teeth are covered 360° degrees. The shape and the color which you have always desired can be provided.

Composite Bonding / Composite Veneers

It is a tooth-coloured filling material, which is matched with your natural tooth shade, is applied in layers to the tooth surface, and sculpted directly in your mouth to achieve the desired aesthetic appearance. It is a cost-effective solution because it is considerably less expensive compared to other cosmetic dental procedures.

Teeth Whitening (Bleaching)

Philips Zoom: Zoom Whitening is a brand of teeth bleaching or whitening procedure done inside the clinic. It boasts of having the ability to brighten even the most discoloured or stained teeth within an hour.


Pedodontics dentists follow the oral health, dental health, jaw and facial development of children starting from infancy. In addition, it provides preventive measures in the field of dental health -All filling applications, root canal treatment and amputation procedures needed for primary teeth and young permanent teeth,

-Construction of placeholders and child prostheses applied in place of extracted teeth,
-Preventive and preventive orthodontic treatments,
-Trauma treatments,
-Fluoride varnish, fluoride gel and fissure sealant applications for the prevention of caries


Before the definition of endodontic treatment, we need to be familiar with the layers of teeth. On the outer part of a tooth is the solid tissue called, “enamel.” Beneath the enamel is dentin, the largest part of the tooth. On the innermost part, there is the pulp, which includes all nerves and veins of the tooth. When the decay reaches the dental pulp, or the dental pulp is infected or exposed due to a trauma, it becomes necessary to perform endodontic treatment. Endodontic treatment is the process of removing the whole dental pulp and maintaining the functioning of the tooth. The tooth will function for many years, provided that all steps of the treatment are properly performed.


Display of dental braces, which is the biggest drawback for adults in terms of aesthetics, is no longer an issue thanks to advanced techniques. Transparent braces, arch braces and transparent plaques make it possible to apply orthodontic treatments on adults without compromising the natural and aesthetic look. The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) is a joint that acts like a knuckle connecting the lower jaw to the skull. It has a significant role in functions, such as chewing and eating. Symptoms of TMJ related problems include pain in the jaw and ears, difficulty in opening and closing of the mouth, and a clicking sound that occurs when chewing food. It is recommended to have a specialist assess these problems.

Restorative Dentistry

1. Inlay, Onlay and Overlay Fillings
When there is excessive material loss and the remaining tooth tissue is inadequate, the surface on which to bind the composite filling will be inadequate, and hence, the filling will not be mechanically resistant. In such cases, porcelain fillings are preferred. The whole decayed tissue is removed, and the gap is measured. The required filling is designed in the laboratory. As it is prepared in the laboratory, its compatible with the adjacent teeth. It supports the remaining tooth tissue, and it is aesthetically good. Depending on the loss of teeth, they can be prepared as inlay, onlay or overlay fillings.

2. Dentin Hypersensitivity and Treatment
Beneath the enamel layer on the outer part of the tooth is the dentin layer. Due to its tubules, the dentin causes hypersensitivity when it is exposed inside the mouth. Gingival recession, cracks in the tooth or abrasions induced by grinding cause the dentin to be exposed. The treatment of dentin hypersensitivity is the application of desensitizing materials. When there is loss in tooth tissue, the integrity of the tooth can be maintained with composite fillings.