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Aesthetic Dentistry

Smile Design

It is to plan the most beautiful smile that combines function, aesthetics and naturalness, taking into account your personal wishes. It is usually achieved by applying one or more processes together such as whitening, porcelain laminate veneer, implant or gingival leveling. . Elements such as face shape, skin color, gender, age, lips, color of teeth, alignment and gingival form are taken into consideration in smile design.

Gum Shaping

Some individuals complain that their gums appear too much or their teeth appear short, especially when they laugh. These cases, which we call “gummy smile”, can be treated with a simple gingival shaping operation. Permanent aesthetic result in the gums that are left to heal after the operation can be achieved in a very short time.

Composite Bonding Applications

The composite tooth material, which looks like the enamel and dentin layers of the tooth, is applied to the cavities on the tooth or prepared surfaces with the help of binding agents, and after the tooth is formed, it is hardened with a high-intensity beam device. The result is a healthy and bright smile that complements other teeth and surrounding tissues with its natural appearance.

Inlay/Onlay Restorations

Inlay and onlay restorations made of composite or porcelain materials to fill a tooth with dental caries or a similar structural defect are also called indirect fillings. It is not prepared by the physician in the clinic, but by the technicians in the laboratories with special systems.

Porselen Laminate Veneers

Porcelain laminates are aesthetic restorations that do not require a complete covering of the teeth, but that we adhere to the anterior surfaces in the form of leaves. It can be applied to those who have color differences or deformities between the teeth, those whose front teeth are spaced or crooked and who do not want to undergo orthodontic treatment, who have large fillings/fractures in their front teeth or who are not satisfied with the appearance of their front teeth. It is an ideal form of restoration that can be applied to change the color, shape and dimensions of the tooth.

Metal-Free Porcelain Crowns

Porcelain crowns, also known as “veneer” among the people, have been obtained by processing porcelain on a metal infrastructure for years. Only in this way was it possible to meet the chewing force exerted on the teeth. However, at the latest point reached in dentistry technology and adhesive materials recently, porcelain crowns can now be made completely from porcelain without metal, with their reinforced infrastructure.