As Avicenna International, our goal is to offer both preventive and therapeutic oral and dental health services to our patients as a whole, considering oral and dental health as the basis of human health.
Periodontology applications are a set of procedures that enable patients who have problems with supportive tissues such as jawbone or gum to become healthy again. It is a form of treatment in which procedures such as making the area consisting of gums aesthetically necessary, reconstructing healthy gum tissue, correcting the growing gum with laser treatment. With periodontology applications, gingival recessions can also be prevented.
With removable prosthesis applications, patients can live a more comfortable life. Instead of the metal clasps of removable prostheses, which cause aesthetic problems, prostheses with sensitive attachments can be used in treatment.
When a tooth decay is detected in a child’s teeth, determining the cause and protecting other teeth is of great importance. Making the teeth more resistant to decay with fluorine application and fissure sealants can be considered among the primary preventive treatment methods.
Children should be taken to dentists from an early age and their fears should be avoided. Children who meet dentists and the environment at a young age do not experience fear in their later years. In this process, parents can learn various information about how to protect their children’s dental health.
In children, for example, if tooth number 1 is lost for some reason, the other tooth number 2 may want to fill this gap. This may cause slipping in the teeth. This may prevent permanent teeth that will replace milk teeth from growing from their ideal places. If permanent teeth cannot develop as they should, they put pressure on other teeth and cause distortion. Orthodontic problems can be seen in children as a result of distortion. For this reason, fixed or movable placeholders can be applied for early loss of milk teeth in children.
Orthodontics is the field of expertise that provides the fight against disorders related to the teeth, jaw and face area, the treatment of existing disorders and the implementation of preventive measures. Orthodontic treatment can be applied to all patients with healthy teeth and gums. Although orthodontic treatment methods are seen as aesthetic among the public, they can prevent many problems in essence. For example, the crookedness in the teeth is prevented and the potential for decay formation is reduced. With the improvement of the teeth, gum diseases are prevented. On the other hand, problems with chewing complaints are also solved. While preventing dental disorders that may cause speech impairment, it has also been observed that orthodontic treatments are sometimes applied in order to obtain better prostheses.
General anesthesia is a method of unconsciousness of the patient in a controlled manner performed by doctors. In this way, the patient can have dental surgery without pain. When the treatment methods are completed, the medication given to the patient is stopped and the patient starts to wake up slowly. In this process, all vital values of the patient are monitored instantly by the general anesthesiologist. Therefore, general anesthesia should not be performed in dentist offices, but in a hospital environment where appropriate precautions are taken and all equipment is available. In oral and dental health treatments, general anesthesia is applied in patients who are afraid or anxious, patients who are still younger who cannot be persuaded for treatment, patients with a physical disability (such as tremor) and mentally disabled patients.