All-on-4 Treatment

All-on-4 Treatment
All-On-4 Treatment

The All-On-4 treatment concept is a technique in which a fixed full arch prosthetic restoration is placed on 4-6 implants in the same day as the surgical operation. This treatment provides patient satisfaction by taking into account function, aesthetics, taste, speech, and self-confidence.
The All-on-4 treatment concept is a technique where a fixed full-arch prosthetic restoration is placed on 4-6 implants in a single day using the same titanium screw mechanism found in traditional implants. This treatment provides patient satisfaction by considering function, aesthetics, taste, speech, and confidence.

The main difference between traditional implants and All-on-4 implants is how they are positioned in the mouth. While 8 to 10 implants are required to replace missing teeth in a completely edentulous jaw using traditional implants, only 4 implants are needed with this new technique.

Two implants are placed in the thickest part of the bone in the front and two implants are placed in the back of the jawbone. The front implants are placed at a 90-degree angle, while the back implants are placed at a 45-degree angle to provide maximum stability. After the 4 implants are placed, bridges or crowns are attached to the implants.

For the All-on-4 treatment, temporary prosthetics are prepared based on measurements taken from the patient before treatment. If the patient has teeth that need to be extracted, they are removed while the implants are being placed under local anesthesia. The temporary prosthetics are then attached to the implants using the measurements taken. After 3 months, the patient's permanent prosthetics are attached.

What are the advantages of the All-on-4 treatment?
The All-on-4 treatment is completed quickly, and you can quickly achieve a healthy appearance. It is more economical than the traditional implant method for patients who are completely edentulous or at risk of becoming completely edentulous. The angled placement of the implants also prevents damage to anatomical structures by relying on the areas with better bone quality for support. The All-on-4 treatment is a long-term proven treatment that can be monitored for up to 10 years in the lower jaw and up to 5 years in the upper jaw.


Implant Treatment.

Implant-supported prostheses have become an indispensable application in dentistry nowadays. Dental implants, also known as dentures, implant screw teeth or artificial root treatments, are gaining recognition in society every day.

Smile Design

The aesthetics of one's smile is undoubtedly one of the most important components of facial aesthetics. A beautiful face and a beautiful smile not only complete facial aesthetics but also have a positive impact on one's psychology, elevating their self-confidence.
Zirconium Crown

Zirconium Crown

Zirconium is a structural material that supports porcelain. Its biggest advantage over traditional metal substrates is its white color and translucent structure, providing a natural look. Other advantages of zirconium coating are as follows:

Dental İmplant

Our goal is always to prioritize keeping your natural teeth in your mouth. However, even when a single tooth is extracted, the natural balance is disrupted, and tooth loss is accelerated. Implants are a special solution that can restore our beautiful smile and enable us to enjoy eating again by providing the closest possible force balance to our natural teeth in such situations.

Impacted teeth

Impacted teeth are those that have remained below the gum line or under bone and have failed to erupt. Impacted teeth may also include the third molars, canines, and premolars. When it is determined that they cannot be corrected with orthodontics (braces), they should also be extracted by maxillofacial surgeons through surgery.

Dental Bonding

What is Bonding Application? 
Aesthetic Smile Design Application
Bonding is a process of changing the shape of a tooth by applying some materials onto the surface of the tooth using an adhesive system, all in one session. Bonding application is a technique that can be performed in aesthetic dentistry. The most important thing in bonding application is the dentist's knowledge and skill. Bonding application is often preferred in aesthetic smile design.

Gum Diseases and Treatment (Periodontology)

Gum Diseases and Treatment (Periodontology)

The most important cause of tooth loss is gum disease. It is commonly seen in society. If diagnosed early, it can be treated easily and successfully. The success of this treatment depends on patient motivation, oral care habits, and regular check-ups.

Porcelain Veneers

Laminate Veneer, is an aesthetic smile design application used for crooked teeth that negatively affect the appearance of teeth.

First of all, Porcelain Laminate is a minimally invasive method. That is, it can be done with minimal roughening on the surface of the tooth or even without any roughening in some cases. This may vary depending on the case and the decision of the dentist.

20 Years Tooth Extraction

20 Years Tooth Extraction; 

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, typically emerge between the ages of 17 and 26. While they can remain in the mouth without causing any issues, in some cases, they may need to be extracted. Poor oral hygiene can cause decay, resulting in pain and bad breath. Additionally, limited space in the jaw can cause wisdom teeth to become embedded, which can lead to infections, crooked teeth, and decay of adjacent teeth.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Surgical Tooth Extraction

Surgical Tooth Extraction

If a wisdom tooth that is embedded or has emerged is causing damage to the adjacent teeth and the surrounding bone due to its position, is located in a position that cannot be cleaned, or has been damaged due to decay or breakage and cannot be treated with filling, root canal treatment, crown, or other treatment methods, it must be extracted.

Oral Diagnosis and Radiology

"At our clinic, patients who want to receive an examination and treatment are first given an anamnesis form, followed by an extraoral and intraoral clinical examination."

Jaw and Joint Disorders

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a joint that connects the lower jawbone to the skull, located just in front of the ear canal. Morphologically, it is a hinge and sliding joint that varies from person to person and even between the left and right sides of the same individual.