Oral hygiene is a pre-therapeutic care. Maintaining good teeth and gum health means you can prevent the onset of tooth decay, gum disease, bad breath and other oral health problems.

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    Additionally, oral health is linked to overall body health. For example, if you have an infection in your mouth, your bloodstream can carry this bacteria to other parts of your body, which can lead to different health problems, such as heart disease.

    Keeping your teeth and gums healthy is also an important part of your overall long-term health.

    Research shows that conditions such as gingivitis can cause a number of health problems, including:

    • Cardiovascular diseases
    • Stroke
    • Endocarditis (infection of the inner lining of the heart)
    • Pneumonia
    • Conditions such as pregnancy complications, premature birth and low birth weight are included.

    There are also some health problems that can negatively affect your oral and dental health, such as diseases:

    • Diabetes
    • Osteoporosis (osteoporosis)
    • HIV/AIDS
    • Alzheimer’s disease

    If you have any of the conditions listed above or if one of your loved ones has such a condition, it is recommended that you consult your dentist to benefit from healthcare services that will support your overall health by practicing proper oral hygiene.

    So, what are the symptoms of poor oral health?

    There are several signs that require precautions in dental and oral health. The most common symptoms of poor oral hygiene include:

    • Bleeding gums
    • Tooth decay
    • Chronic bad breath
    • Loose teeth
    • Gum recession
    • Persistent mouth sores
    • Toothache
    • Jaw swelling
    • Oral infections caused by certain bacteria or viruses

    If you encounter any of the warning signs above, be sure to contact us for a solution.

    To Protect Your Oral and Dental Health;

    Brush your teeth at least twice a day.

    Use fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. ()

    While brushing, place your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle to your gums. This helps remove plaque and bacteria from the gum line. Be sure to brush all surfaces of the teeth, including the backs and sides.

    Floss once a day. You cannot reach the spaces between your teeth by brushing alone. You need dental floss to clean these areas.

    Visit your dentist regularly. Routine dental examinations and cleanings are important for good oral health. Many people are satisfied with six-monthly visits. However, if you are prone to cavities, gum disease, or other oral health problems, you may need more frequent appointments.

    Avoid cigarettes and other tobacco products. Smoking is the leading cause of gum disease and oral cancer. It’s best to avoid these products altogether. If you currently smoke and want to quit, you can consult our specialist on 0850 222 0373 for helpful treatment options.

    Oral and Dental Health Treatments Applied

    In the long run, incorrect hygiene practices or failure to take necessary protective measures may cause deterioration of oral and dental health. Therefore, today, with preventive dentistry practices, precautions can be taken before oral and dental health encounters serious problems. These applications are extremely important, especially for children and young people. Preventive oral and dental health treatments applied in our hospital are as follows:

    Implant Treatment

    Previously, many prosthetics were used to treat missing teeth. However, these prostheses could cause damage to the teeth by causing the healthy teeth to become smaller and could not provide sufficient comfort in completely toothless mouths. With the development of implantology treatments, it has become possible to treat missing teeth and complete edentulism without such problems. Implant treatments consist of two stages: The first stage is the stage where the implants are surgically placed in the jawbone, and the second stage is  where the prosthetic teeth placed on the implants are applied. Implant applications are used to apply fixed dentures or to keep removable dentures in the mouth more stable. With today’s technology, implant treatment has become applicable in almost every case.


    Problems such as missing teeth, decayed teeth with too much material loss to be repaired by filling methods, tooth fractures and aesthetic problems related to tooth structure can be solved by using dental prostheses. Prosthetic treatments have a wide range of applications and can be examined under two main categories

    The first category includes the treatment of dental deficiencies. One of the prosthesis methods used to eliminate missing teeth is removable prosthesis, which is used in mouths with no teeth or very few teeth. These prostheses can be installed and removed.

    The second category is crown treatments applied in cases where there is a lot of material loss in the tooth, and bridge applications used in cases where there are a small number of missing teeth, and these are fixed prostheses. Coating and bridge applications can be performed with different methods and materials. It is also possible to eliminate aesthetic deficiencies in the teeth with prosthetic applications. For example, aesthetic prosthetic applications such as laminate porcelains can be used for such situations. Implant-supported structures are also created with various prosthetic methods and these are called “implant-supported prostheses”. 


    It is a special branch of dentistry that deals with dental crowding, problems in tooth closure, and relational problems between the upper and lower jaws. Dentists who specialize in this field are called “orthodontists”. Crooked and irregular teeth are a common problem that negatively affects many people’s smiles. In addition, factors such as gaps between teeth and incompatibilities in the bone structure of the jaws can negatively affect both dental appearance and facial aesthetics. Such problems can also negatively affect chewing function. Effective solution of all these teeth and jaw structure problems is possible with special treatment methods known as orthodontic treatment.

    Zirconium Crowns

    Zirconium crowns are an advanced dental restoration technique designed to repair damaged or discolored teeth. The process begins with a comprehensive dental examination and preparation of the tooth by shaping a portion of the natural tooth to accommodate the crown. Measurements are then taken to create a personalized zirconium coating. Dental technicians at the laboratory use zirconia, a strong, tooth-like ceramic material, to fabricate the crown. Zirconium is the number one choice of physicians with its durability and aesthetic appearance, which allows it to blend perfectly with your natural teeth. When the veneer is ready, it is carefully adhered to the existing teeth. As a result, zirconia is a strong, natural-looking restoration that can withstand the rigors of daily use and offers both functional and cosmetic benefits.

    Hollywood Smile

    Hollywood Smile is the name of dental aesthetics that is often associated with the dazzling and flawless smiles of celebrities. This cosmetic dental procedure involves a comprehensive restoration that improves the color, shape, alignment and overall appearance of your teeth. The process requires reshaping, whitening, veneers, and sometimes orthodontic treatments for perfect alignment. Each step is meticulously implemented according to your dental characteristics and personal preferences. The result is a brand new smile with confident and attractive teeth. Whether you’re looking to correct dental imperfections, restore the shine of your smile, or simply boost your confidence, Hollywood Smile is a great solution for getting the perfect, camera-ready smile you’ve always dreamed of.

    Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

    It is a field of surgery that includes surgical interventions on oral tissues, jaw bones and joints, as well as teeth. This branch of surgery includes procedures such as impacted tooth operations, treatment of cysts and lesions in the jaw bones, implant applications, and correction of dimensional loss of jaw bones. At the same time, treatment of jaw fractures, apical resection and similar oral surgical procedures are performed under local anesthesia by oral and maxillofacial surgeons specialized in this field.

    Contact us for healthy smiles and long-lasting teeth: 0850 222 0373

    If our international patients choose our hospital for treatment, transfer services are offered from the airport to the hospital and from the hospital to the airport. We also provide service to our patients who need accommodation.

    If you wish, translation services are also offered in various languages ​​such as English, French, Russian, German, Serbian, Bosnian, Albanian and Arabic.

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      Güzeltepe Mah. Zübeyde Hanım Cad. No:15 Çengelköy / İstanbul
      0850 222 0373