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 and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

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.

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.

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.

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.

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."