Dental Treatment

Dentistry is one of the branches of medicine that directly affects human life. Many vital needs, from speaking to eating, are fulfilled with the help of mouth and teeth. For this reason, dental health is very important and regular checks should be made. Problems that may occur in organs such as teeth, jaws and mouth should be detected and treated early. Otherwise, undesirable events such as bad breath and tooth loss may occur.

As Fibemed Healthcare, we provide preliminary diagnosis and treatment planning in Turkey according to your needs in the field of dental health. Among hundreds of hospitals and specialist doctors, we list the most experienced specialist doctors and hospitals for your treatment and present them to you with a price advantage. Thanks to the surgical equipment available in Turkey and few in the world, the success rate in dental health in Turkey is very high. Apart from your treatment, we also offer dozens of touristic services for you to discover Turkey. In this way, we provide you with the most comfortable and safe treatment and holiday.


    It is a science that includes treatments such as extraction of teeth attached or impacted to the jawbone, bone and gingival abscesses, cysts and tumors, root tip resection in unsuccessful canal. Treatments, implants, bone reconstructions in cases where the jawbone does not functionadequately.


    Aesthetic Dentistry is the treatment of color and shape disorders in the surrounding tissues and teeth due to genetics, dietary habits, caries, fractures, etc.The methods used in this treatment are generally in line with the needs of the patient:Bleaching, Gingivoplasty, Orthodontics, Composite and porcelain laminate (leaf porcelain),porcelain crowns.


    The part of science that’s responsible for treating disorders that occurs in the the lower or upper jaws and in the teeth’s alignment is Orthodontics. Defects in jaw and teeth’s alignment and its progression are prevented by early intervention. Malfunctions of our body such as mouth breathing, genetic factors, long-term use of bottles and pacifiers, harmful habits such as teeth grinding, finger sucking, caries, etc. The premature loss of milk teeth usually leads to jaw incompatibility and tooth alignment defects. In addition to aesthetic problems, teeth in bad alignment also bring some serious problems. The most important of these are tooth decay and periodontitis. In order to get rid of all these negativities and to achieve high success in orthodontic treatment, treatment is preferred to be started at an early age.


    Prosthetic dental treatment is the treatment of teeth that have lost their function due to various factors. It is the science that allows it to be complete by using materials to fill their places. Dental prosthesis applications are generally divided into two: fixed and removable prosthesis. fixed prosthesis applied with support of teeth, which is unremovable by the patient. It is made using products such as zirconium, empress and laminate. However, for the fixed prosthesis to be applied, we should consider the appropriate number of teeth and appropriate space for every tooth placement. In cases where fixed prosthesis is not suitable, the prosthesis can be made by getting its support from the bone and gingiva in the area of the missing teeth that’s what we call a removable prosthesis. patients can remove and install it freely. Prosthetic dental treatment changes according to overlapping spaces to the shape and color of the teeth. With laminate applied only on the front surface of the teeth, patients can have an aesthetic smile and its design. It can be applied only after the abrasions are made on the front surface of the tooth, on the enamel borders. With laminate (leaf porcelain), patients have an aesthetic smile design.


    Dental implant treatment is a surgical procedure used to replace missing teeth with artificial tooth roots that are made of biocompatible materials, usually titanium. These dental implants are surgically inserted into the jawbone, where they fuse with the bone over time in a process called osseointegration. Once the implant has integrated with the bone, it can provide a stable and durable foundation for attaching a dental crown, bridge, or denture to replace the missing teeth.


    Pedodontics, also known as pediatric dentistry or children's dentistry, is a specialized field of dentistry that focuses on the oral health and dental care of infants, children, adolescents, and individuals with special healthcare needs. Pedodontists are dental specialists who are trained to provide comprehensive dental care to children, from infancy through adolescence, and are skilled in managing the unique dental needs and behaviors of young patients.


    Periodontology, also known as periodontics, is a specialized field of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and conditions that affect the supporting structures of the teeth, including the gums, bone, and periodontal ligament. Gingival treatment, or treatment of the gums, is a significant part of periodontology.


    Endodontics is a specialized field of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and conditions that affect the pulp and root of teeth. The term "endodontics" comes from the Greek words "endo" meaning inside and "odont" meaning tooth. The most common procedure associated with endodontics is root canal treatment, which is used to save and preserve teeth that have infected or damaged pulp.


    Bleaching treatment, also known as teeth whitening, is a cosmetic dental procedure that aims to lighten the color of teeth and remove stains or discoloration, resulting in a brighter and more aesthetically pleasing smile. Teeth can become stained or discolored due to various factors, including aging, genetics, consumption of certain foods and beverages (such as coffee, tea, red wine, and berries), tobacco use, poor oral hygiene, and certain medications.


    A dental panoramic X-ray, also known as a panoramic radiograph or simply a panoramic X-ray, is a type of dental radiographic image that provides a comprehensive and panoramic view of the entire mouth, including the teeth, jaws, temporomandibular joints (TMJs), and surrounding structures. It is a valuable diagnostic tool used by dentists and oral health professionals to obtain a broad overview of the oral and maxillofacial region, aiding in the diagnosis and treatment planning of various dental and oral conditions.


    Bruxism is a condition characterized by the involuntary grinding or clenching of teeth, often during sleep. It can lead to various dental problems, such as tooth wear, tooth fractures, jaw pain, and headaches. Treatment for bruxism aims to alleviate the symptoms, protect the teeth and jaws from further damage, and address the underlying causes of the condition.


    "Laminated" or "leaf porcelain" typically refers to a type of dental restoration known as porcelain veneers or dental veneers. Porcelain veneers are thin, custom-made shells of porcelain that are bonded to the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance. They are often used to correct cosmetic issues, such as stained or discolored teeth, chipped or worn teeth, misaligned teeth, or gaps between teeth.


    Gingivoplasty is a type of periodontal plastic surgery that involves reshaping or contouring of the gum tissue around teeth for cosmetic or functional purposes. It is a surgical procedure performed by a periodontist, who is a dental specialist trained in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of gum (periodontal) diseases.


    Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be caused by various factors, including poor oral hygiene, gum disease, dry mouth, certain foods, tobacco use, medical conditions, and more.

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