Esthetic Dentistry

    It is an important branch of the dental department that deals with reorganizing the oral and dental area in terms of health and aesthetics.
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Aesthetic dentistry; an important branch which deals with reorganizing the oral and dental area in terms of health and aesthetics. Her main theme is a healthy smile design. The laughing design, the ideal ideal smile for the person is renewed with health and naturalness. The important thing is to create aesthetic smile expression that suits you within medical rules. In addition to our main functions (chewing, speaking, etc.) our teeth are aesthetically influential in our confidence in society. Our smile is a very important factor in our communication with people. Color and shape deformities in the teeth can cause problems in the individual, up to psychological disturbances. Research has shown that an individual who trusts in laughter is much happier and more successful in social, business, and daily life than other individuals. Our teeth reflect our laughter, our laughter reflects our energy. A nice smile is personal self-confidence. In the field of dentistry, the branch of science that deals with this is called 'esthetic dentistry'.

Smile Design
 
* Do you open your mouth when you smile?
* Does the shape of your teeth bother you?
* Does the color of your teeth bother you?
Have you ever wanted to have someone else smile?
* Does the image of your gums pleased you?
 
Laughter is a mimic of our teeth, formed by the work of many muscle groups today. There are many factors that affect our laughter. For a good smile, you must first have your face, your lips, and your teeth. Here is a laughing design to create the most appropriate ideal smile in your face by combining nature and function with your personal characteristics and wishes. No one should understand that your teeth are artificial. If it is the color, shape, etc. that shout that it is artificial from the other side, this is not an ideal smile. There is no aesthetic smile because it is not ideal.
 
YOU'RE LOVELY ADVANTAGE!
A sparkling smile will all come to our attention. It allows us to feel warm feelings about that person. Research shows that we focus on the teeth of the person we face without distinction during conversation and laughing. In a dissonant smile, our consciousness starts searching for the cause. A bad image leads to negative emotions about that person. A cooperative smile is an advantage for our communication success.
 
SMOOTH EFFECTING FACTORS
1) GENDER
2) FACE TYPE
3) AGE
4) THE FOOT
5) DENTISTRY
6) THREADS
 
1) GENDER
The male and female anatomy are different. In men, the facial contours are sharper and more pronounced. The nose, jaw-tipped orientation shows differences with the female face. Passages in the womb are smoother than soft nose and eyebrow belts. The teeth have the same parallelism.
 
Women:
* Laughing line is curved upwards
* The corners of the teeth turn softer.
* There are tiny gaps between the corners of adjacent teeth
* The two teeth in the middle are slightly longer than the teeth on the side.
 
In men:
* Laugh line is smoother
* The lines of the teeth are more pronounced
Neighboring teeth join a straight line.
 
2) FACE TYPE
There are similarities between your face shape and your dental forms. Generally, long-face people have long dental forms; In square or round faces, the tooth forms are square or round. In classical dentistry, these similarities were tried to be preserved and restorations were made. However, if you want to change something in the aesthetic direction, you can get illusions giving different expressions by reversing these similarities. For example, if a long face person has long teeth in rectangular form, it will look longer than face. However, the ominous length of the face can be camouflaged by trying oval or wider forms. Or a person with a round face can be made to look thinner by making teeth with a thinner form.
 
3) AGE
The war against aging grows by including millions of people every year. We want to continue to look young and beautiful without any difference between men and women. Cosmetic dentistry can make considerable help in this regard. Our greetings are one of the most important youth criteria in our future. With age, a thickening of our teeth and a shortening in the length of the neck come into play. Together with the sagging of the textures, our upper lid hangs downwards with the effect of gravity. Since the vertical dimension is shortened, the jaw-nose should be close to each other. As we speak and laugh, we have a lower expression of our upper teeth, more of our lower teeth, and an older expression as a result. Many people think they can only make dentures when they get old with a very wrong belief. However, aesthetic dentistry can help you to get laid back 20 years ago by methods such as vertical dimensioning, tooth bleaching, cosmetic surgery, bonding, laminate veneer, implant.
 
How do you prevent the old image?
* Do not neglect the dental cleanse.
* Graft extraction and tooth spacing from the dental cast shows you older.
* Change your bad-look old pads
* Whiten your rich darkened teeth.
* The dark teeth show you old.
* Make up your missing teeth immediately.
* Tooth loss causes your mouth to shrink.
* Fix your bad closure. Because it depends on you to pronounce the words correctly.
 
4) THE FOOT
Just as a frame shapes the table, the lips shape our teeth and smile. The smiley design, the lips are thick, thin, long, short, etc. they can be arranged according to the existing defects can be closed.
 
5) DENTISTRY
Gums are accessories that most closely frame our teeth. Even though our teeth are beautiful, unhealthy (swollen, red and bright) gums cause our smile to look ugly.
 
* Sometimes our gums are healthy, but they look ridiculously excessive.
* Or gum removal has occurred and we do not have as much as we want to be seen.
 
In this case, uncomfortable images are formed in the laughter. We can examine the gums in aesthetic dentistry in two basic application areas.
1) Gaining health to existing gums
2) To provide aesthetic to healthy but badly appearing gums.
 
Giving aesthetic to their gums
 
Gingiva manicure-gingivoplasty: When the gummy smile called "gummy smile" is seen too much, it is possible to move the gums to the laughing line with a small operation of 1 hour.
 
Gingival graft: It is possible to level the tooth length, which appears to be prolonged by adding tissue to the areas where the gingival retraction is excessive.
 
Dessie effect porcelain: Porcelain applications that mimic the gingival color can be performed on the entire gum, and surgically compensated or impossible areas.
 
6) THREADS
 
Today, in modern dentistry concept, we have many alternatives that can be done to make our teeth look beautiful in aesthetic boundaries. To choose the treatments that can determine the problems that are important and find the target, find the target and provide maximum aesthetics with minimal intervention.
 
Color; We can choose one of the teeth whitening methods in the dental control for the foreign tooth we do not like. Click for tooth whitening section.
 
Deviousness; it is necessary to evaluate the option of orthodontic treatment first. Ordodontic treatment is now possible for adults without age restriction.

Forms of teeth; minimal irregularities and composite or porcelain laminate veneers in all forms of deformity are the most conservative treatment options.
 
Irregular tooth edges; With various jaw movements and the time of abrasive effect, there can be serrated, irregular forms on the cutting edges of our teeth. It can be done by 15-20 minute cosmetic adjustment process. It is possible to correct the damaged surfaces with fine abrasive discs which will not damage the teeth during the process.
 
Dark fillings; it is no longer difficult to replace dark fillings with fillings in the tooth paste (composite resin or porcelain). In addition, the composite or porcelain fillings obtained by the rapid development of the technology are more durable than the amalgam (black fill) fillings and the dental adaptations are several times higher.
 
HOW DO THE LOWEST DESIGN IS DONE?
 
First of all, your in and out photos of your mouth are taken. Your penis mouth is taken. The photos are reflected on the computer screen and the laugh line you want to have in the direction of your movie and special requests is determined. Before you start any cutting process on your teeth, a mo-cap (temporary model) work is done with the materials in the tooth color. With Mo-cap you will see what it will look like when your teeth are touched without touching. If you wish to continue the treatment, you can completely give up.
Vizajizm
 
Viagajism means "visage" in French meaning "face". This concept first emerged as a method used by architects in the early 1930s. The Brazilian dentist Braulio Pa was the first to think that the method could be applied in dental aesthetics. In comparison with standard smile technique applied today with visaism, it is related to aesthetics: not only the appearance of the person, psychological structure, behavioral patterns and established habits, and even HAIR screening forms have to be included in these studies.
 
How is Visaism applied?
 
First, the patient's face is photographed. An interview is held with the patient expressing his wishes and wishes about what he wants with his basic character traits. With the 3-dimensional smile technique, the patients decide with their physicians the appropriate options. If necessary, consult with a plastic surgeon on a 3-dimensional image on the face to find suitable alternatives. This is a harmonization. It may sometimes not be enough to straighten a single tooth with a single tooth, a single nose, a single lance with a bucket, All information obtained about the patients is used in the treatment.

In such studies, our ancestors, the regions of our day; our nose divisions, our lip divisions, the jaws, the golden ratios in the teeth without teeth, etc ... all such donations give your doctor clues about your character and behavior patterns. If you take a look at the proportions are normal but you use your mimic muscles too much. maybe it makes you look much older. Then the pictures are opened to discuss the models to better understand what is happening. Here, the dentist, the plastic surgeon, the patient, and even your laboratory, all come up with an idea, and the result is a model of what we want in 3D. The purpose here is not only mechanical aesthetics; it is intended to reflect the applications of the prosthetics reflecting the person's spirit, including its structure. Sometimes I have always thought about the presentation as dr. Like spending time with the patient at a certain time to understand the spirit and character of the person. For example how to speak on the phone. How to appeal to friends, how to dress mimic muscles and so on. like archiving it in daily life. It has always been important to me. It has become more meaningful to me to reflect on the photographs of the daily lives of people as well as photography in the clinic.
 
For example: if you are a stubborn person, your tooth design is organized according to this characteristic and more aggressive lines are presented. Yada, if you say "Actually I want to look at the stubborn aspect and look more moderate," apply to models with a different design, and those with more softened lines are applied to you. What is important in this method is that you feel your feelings and that your feelings can be reflected and felt on your team.
 
This kind of work is actually a Haute couture "(a fashion word that comes from French, which means a custom-designed dress designed for someone's special taste, and a" fashion "from French) that in aesthetic dentistry, like other branches of science in dentistry, it will become a science apart in time; and a pinch of salt that joins the hungry meal will make us aware of how a turn that will join the smiley face like a last brush stroke to an artist's canvas will give us a sense of meaning.
 
The concept of private visasism in the developing world; face applications: prostheses; in; dental practitioner is a multidisciplinary approach involving the plastic surgeon, the nurse of the patient's lab, etc. In all of this, the goal is a multidisciplinary approach involving employees ... Instead of creating the same standard appearance as the factory, it is ensured that the work that will motivate it in that direction is suitable for the mood of the person.

 
Laminate Veneers
 
Laminate veneers are porcelain leaflets prepared in the form of nail, about 0.5 mm in thickness. Porcelain leaflets are bonded to the visible front surfaces of the teeth with bonding resins. Bonding resins form a non-releasing bond between the tooth and porcelain. Although the porcelain veneers are very thin, if the method and material are applied properly, they can not be separated from the teeth, but they can be removed by cutting. Porcelain laminate veneering is the perfect method to achieve maximum aesthetic with minimum preparation.
 
Porcelain laminae can not be distinguished from the natural tooth due to their light permeability and they never change color as they are made of high technology pressable porcelain.
 
They give a natural tooth effect in neon lights and photo flash.
 
Since the tongue touches the natural tooth surface, there is no foreign substance feeling in the mouth.
 
In the preparation phase of the laminates, the composite mocap is prepared without touching the teeth at all and preliminarily finished in the mouth.
 
Who can apply the laminate veneer?
 
* First of all, the teeth must not have gone through preparations (tooth cutting) before
* There is level and color difference between teeth
* Those who do not want to see orthodontic treatment with irregularities in their teeth.
* With large fillings or fractures in the front teeth
* Teeth are intermittent
* Not satisfied with the shape of your teeth
* Not satisfied with the color of your teeth
* Laughing line to straighten this line in straight or downward inclined people
* Gummy smile (to show the upper palate and gums too much when laughing) in order to provide an aesthetic smile by extending tooth length after gingivoplasty (gingival manicure).
 
What are the advantages of laminate veneers?
 
* It is the most protective treatment that can be done because very few tissues are removed from the tooth (0.5-0.7mm). There is no need to cut teeth. Therapy period is short, two or three seanstans are completed.
* Due to its structural properties it is difficult to distinguish it from natural teeth.
* Color does not change.
* It is not possible to separate the tooth from the tooth as it is welded with a special method (bonding resin).
* The tongue does not get any strangeness because the language-facing surfaces are the original tooth surface.
* It can be prepared in desired color, size and shape.
* In the preparatory phase, a custom muck-up (model) study can be done to determine how the image will be obtained. These muck-ups can also be done without preparing the teeth.
* Because they are high-tech porcelain, they show great resistance against breaking and abrasion.
 
What are the disadvantages of laminate veneers?
 
* It is a sensitive technique.
* Requires excellent preparation and laboratory work.
* Cost is higher than conventional treatments.
 
Zirconium & Empress
Porcelain is the closest and healthiest material to dental mines. However, until 10 years ago, porcelains had to be used in the mouth, not on their own, but on a metal substructure (classical metal-backed porcelain.)
 
Metal infrastructure can lead to frost and artificial restorations far away from the transparency of the natural dentine since it prevents the light from passing through the teeth, and gray areas on the gingival margin. They also give the camera an opaque glow that almost shouts that they are artificial in the flash or neon lights. Full porcelain restorations are very difficult to distinguish from natural teeth due to their light permeability. Excellent aesthetic results can be obtained due to the "depth" and "vitality" feeling they have. There are various porcelain materials used for full porcelain restorations. There are differences between these materials regarding aesthetic outcomes and durability. Two of the materials are prominent in terms of their clinical outcomes.
 
EMPRESS: (Pressable IPS) Produced by pressing under high pressure. The square of the square can meet 6 tons of pressure. It is used in more than 3 members and the front zone. The light permeability is very high.
 
ZIRCONIUM (CERCON): Like a diamond, it is both powerful and aesthetic. Zirconium is obtained by processing porcelain on a substructure. A square meter can accommodate 950 megapascals, or 9.5 tonnes of pressure. There is less light transmission than an empress. But it is stronger. It is used very comfortably in back teeth and long bridges. THESE MATERIALS WHICH HAVE THE SUPERIOR QUALITY AND THE LAST ADVANCES OF THE REVOLUTION OF THE DENTAL HELP.
 
COMPUTER AIDED ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CAN THE HEAD BE REFITTED?
 
While many technical people are redesigning the laugh, computer-aided implementations allow zero malfunctions to achieve the desired teeth and smile.
 
CAD-CAM (computer aided design-computer design-computer aided manufacturing) means new designs in the teeth with the help of computer. Individuals who are dissatisfied with the look of their teeth and with their smiles can have the natural teeth and smile they desire with these high-tech porcelain systems.
 
The restoration of the teeth is done by the dentist and the technician in the computer environment and the teeth are made of computerized milling technique and specially prepared porcelain blocks. The interior of the porcelain used in this system has crystal or zirconium in it so that excellent aesthetic quality and naturalness are being achieved.
 
To date, zirconium oxide has not been used in dental applications due to the high cost of production. Thanks to a project developed by the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, zirconium oxide has become economically viable for dentistry. Zirconium has also been used in cigarettes since 1960's with long-term studies proving the reliability of the material.
 
Zirconium has been used for various purposes in various parts of the body, especially hip joint prostheses, and it has been found that there is no side effect or harm and no allergy to date.
 
Zirconium is a light-absorbing element that does not transmit heat, and does not conduct electricity.
 
It is also a healthy material that does not lead to taste disorder, gingival problems and mouth odor in the mouth.
 
A wax model of your teeth is prepared on the model prepared with the measure taken from your teeth. A computer-aided device prepares the lower structure of your teeth by eroding the zirconium oxide block in the direction of the information it receives from this model. The work is completed by placing ceramics in suitable color on the erosion prepared structures.
 
Now, with the new high-tech zirconium oxide, powerful and aesthetic restorations without metal can be successfully achieved.
 
What are the advantages of the patient and the dentist?
 
Application time is shortened. If desired, the person can get a new smile in a day. The aesthetic quality of the tooth is very high, its light permeability and its posture are like natural teeth. Because the porcelain blocks used are factory porcelain blocks, the physical properties of the material do not change and the error rates are minimized. The medication saves time because the interphase decreases.
 
Will hot-cold sensitivity develop?
 
No, hot-cold sensitivity does not improve. Yesterday's Zirconium Oxide has heat-insulating properties.
 
Does he have allergies?
 
No, Zirconium Oxide is a tissue compatible material that does not cause allergies.
 
Do you have a retraction in your gums?
 
No, it has been found that the studies show excellent fit with the gums. Of course, with age, it can not stop naturally developing gingiva. gingiva due to inflammation of the gingiva will not develop because the prepared coatings are very compatible with the teeth and gums.
 
Bleaching (Teeth Whitening)
 
In humans, tooth colors show differences like skin colors. Some people are lucky and naturally white teeth color. Sometimes we are genetically born with a darker tooth color. When our mother is pregnant or when we are a child, some of the antibiotics that we use may cause our tooth color to darken. Or the fluoride concentration in the water we drink causes the color of our teeth to thicken.
 
Dental whitening is the process of making the color of the teeth darker for a variety of reasons. It can be done in the house with a gel filled in an appliance or under the care of a doctor in the clinic.
 
Teeth Bleaching Methods
 
1) Chemical Teeth Whitening (HOME TYPE BLEACHING)
2) Photothermal and photochemical Teeth Whitening (OFFICE TYPE BLEACHING)
 
Chemical Tooth Whitening
 
In this technique, tooth whitening gel is applied to teeth with the help of specially made tooth molds. However, it should not be forgotten that the chemical tooth whitening technique may have some adverse effect on the tooth mine. These chemicals, which can also be sold among various cosmetic products, must be used under the supervision of a dentist.
 
Photothermal Whitening
 
This method also uses some special gel. However, unlike the previous method, it is applied with the help of a special beam of high energy. The light source may consist of a series LED or diode-laser diode. Again, this method should be done under the supervision of the dentist as it may have possible adverse effects.
 
Photochemical Tooth Whitening
 
In this tooth whitening method, the whitening gel is activated using a UV lamp (blue light) or a KTP laser (green light). The distinguishing feature of this method is that the light source used is also the female whitening effect (photo-oxidation).
 
Why do unwanted stains occur in the teeth?
 
There may be many reasons for this. The most common ones are; old age, the consumption of materials (coffee, tea, cola, cigarettes, etc.) that dyes teeth, traumas, old dentures, coverings, padding. The use of antibiotics (tetracycline) or excessive fluoride during the formation of the teeth may also cause coloring of the teeth. This may be due to the development of the tooth structure, as well as the coloring of toothpaste, the antibiotic or fluoride in the age of development, the cause of aging, and a blow to the tooth.
 
Who can apply the whitening process?
 
Almost everyone! However, there are some situations where treatment may not be effective. Your dentist will determine if your teeth are suitable for this procedure with a complete in-mouth check and diagnosis. If your teeth are healthy, it is the ideal solution for a whiter and natural smile.
 
Is the bleaching process difficult and troublesome?
 
No! Thanks to advances in oral health technology, your teeth can be whitened safely and effectively in a very short period of time.
 
Are you safe?
 
Yeah! According to the researches carried out, whitening of the teeth is very effective and safe if it is done under the supervision of your dentist. Teeth and gums are not damaged at all.
 
How long is the application period?
 
In general, whitening begins in the first application. However, in order to achieve the ideal image, the application must last 10-14 days.
 
Will teeth return to their original state after they have turned white?
 
Teeth will always be whiter than their old ones. However, depending on the patient's habit and oral care, reinforcement therapy may be required once or twice a year.
 
In summary, what is important for this treatment to be successful?
 
* Brand and content of used medicine
* Do not be under the care of an experienced physician in this regard
* The type of treatment and the duration of treatment '; } if ($ _ GET ['pg'] == "porcelain-filled") {echo '
 
Porcelain Filled
 
The filler is to clean the caries and restore it to the teeth with the appropriate materials to compensate for the loss of material when the teeth are decayed.
 
WHAT IS THE CIRCULAR? : The bacterium that is present in our rotten mouth fluids is the result of feeding the food wastes with the byproducts of the acidic by-products that irreversibly destroy the main structure of the tooth mine. The mineral layer is the hardest layer of our body. However, after the 1,5-2 mm enamel layer, the caries line, which is encountered with a softer dentin layer, rapidly advances to the toothpaste, ie the pulp layer. In the meantime, sugary food sensitivity, then cold sensitivity, and finally hot sensitivity are seen. In some cases, the caries progress so chronicly that your teeth may have necrosis (loss of vitality) without feeling pain.
 
WHICH FILLING IS HEALTHY ?:
 
When choosing the filling materials, firstly the compatibility with the tissue, long life and aesthetics should be considered. There are three kinds of filling materials currently used.
 
Amalgam (GRAY) INSULATORS: It is the oldest filling material used today.It has been used for 150 years. It contains mercury, silver and some metal alloys.It is not possible to protect the cavity for a long time even if it exists in the mouth because it is exposed to metal fatigue. However, recent studies have shown that they cause micro-cracks in the teeth by not adapting to the chewing forces due to the hard structure of the amalgam. . In order to be able to hold the amalgam fillings to the tooth cavity, we have prepared some healthy areas which are not necessary for the teeth. This process also causes unnecessarily large volume fillings.
 
 In spite of their incomparable development in micro-particle technology, amalgams have reached a level of durability far superior to that of amalgam. Despite the fact that amalgamation is not as stiff as rivalry in the first period of their exploration, parallel to the developments in dentistry, they have been developed in the last two decades. it is also possible to get the tooth color which is put on thanks to the "chameleon effect" which some composites now have. This superiority is especially important in the front region restorations excellent results are obtained.
 
Inley and Onley Restorations (PORCELAIN FILLETS): Porcelain fillings (porcelain inlay or onley) are the fillings with superior aesthetic and durability prepared in the laboratory. Compared to composite fillings, they are much more compatible with tooth and neighbor teeth.
 
Ductal treatment is a type of porcelain that restores the loss of material in the teeth due to factors such as bruising and trauma to complement only the missing parts of the tooth, or a kind of stuffed porcelain that is prepared in a laboratory with composite or porcelain.
 
Just like in the same laminate veneers in the inslations and inlays, the rugged part of the tooth is protected in its natural state. It is preferred to replace metallic and dark color amalgam restorations in the teeth in the back region of patients who have a high expectation of aesthetics and comfort in particular. In addition, when a large number of fillings are required, porcelain fillings prepared in the laboratory will save time by placing the second seansta after the preparation of the dental preparation and measurement taking place in one seansta. In the same way, restorations are prepared in the laboratory, not in the mouth, as in classical fillings. The treatment life is very long compared to the composite fillings. This porcelain filler, which has the same hardness as the tooth, prevents fractures from biting forces and ensures that the teeth are as healthy as before. Because it is in the tooth color, the filling is too natural to be distinguished by the naked eye.
 
Porcelain fillings are a filling method developed to protect healthy dental tissue in situations where there is a lot of material loss and the tooth is totally shrunk to require application of the crown. Since it is more aesthetic and useful, it is preferred instead of amalgam fillings.
 
These pockets are so natural that they can not be distinguished from the eye, the developing polish techniques and the cigarettes that can be formed over time ... etc. colorings due to the paints are also avoided. As the patient has almost no fillings in their teeth, they use these healthy and aesthetic filling teeth for many years.
 
Advantages of Porcelain Inlays and Ones
 
Aesthetics, Long-lasting, Maintains durable residual dental tissue, Minimum risk of edge leakage and new caries formation, Biological compatibility is good, Allergic reaction does not show, Bacterial plaque retention is low, Time saving, Dental restoration adaptation is very sensitive.
 
After finishing the dental preparations, we carry out the work we have done in the laboratory with the precision measurements taken over the teeth and the temporary fillings are placed so that the teeth remain empty until next appointment.
 
The finished porcelains are tested and controlled on the plaster model until the next provocation and the finished porcelains are firstly adhered to the porcelain filling teeth with a fluid composite filling material called adhesive cementation so that they can be strongly adhered to the teeth after the control and compliance are made in the mouth, has also been strengthened. After the bonding process, polish and polish process is done and the process is finished.
 
Porcelain fillings are filling with superior aesthetic and durability prepared in the laboratory. Compared to composite fillings, they are much more compatible with tooth and neighbor teeth. This is due to the ability to prepare the filler in the laboratory environment outside the mouth. After the tooth is broken, rotten or old stuffed part removed, it is sent to the laboratory by taking the remaining healthy part. In the laboratory environment, the model prepared with sensitive technology is taken to the special IPS machine and the fillings with perfect aesthetic and function are obtained.
 
IPS porcelain (Leucide reinforced pressable porcelain) fillings are the most suitable material for dental tissue among the intraoral restoration materials available in the world. The most advanced technology is used to prepare this porcelain filling. In the IPS filling method, the healthy dental tissue in the mouth is not touched. Maximum restraint is achieved with minimum material loss. Since they are a special pressed porcelain and they are not hardened in the mouth, the marginal leakage is minimal (this prevents submerged bruises and plumage from falling).
 
In addition, these porcelains are closest to the stiffness of the teeth and are most compatible with the gums. Since hardness is very close to the enamel texture, it does not wear the teeth like other porcelains and it does not wear like composite fillers. Especially in large material losses, it should be preferred to composite fill or crown (coating).
 
Pink Aesthetic
 
The first step in providing a pleasant, harmonious and clean smile is to provide the harmony of the teeth and gums. The amount of gum that appears when we are laughing affects the size of our teeth. The asymmetrical gingival margins give the impression that our teeth are irregular and that our smile is curved. If our gums are pulled out, they look longer than we have our teeth. Due to inflammation (some kind of gingival edema), swelling and red gums cause attention to turn into gums. The gross and thickened gingival margins cause shadows at the bottom of 1/3 of the teeth. Bacteria accumulation is easier on the thickened gingival margin due to the edema that was formed in the future. The accumulation of bacteria will cause the triangular gingival region between the two teeth (hereinafter referred to as papilla) to be pulled out and darker, sometimes black, to form between the two teeth.
 
A second point that concerns gum aesthetics is; Depending on the dental pulp, the asymmetric gingiva that occurs in the jawbone collapses and results. This situation is usually uncomfortable in the front teeth region. No matter how extraordinarily beautiful porcelain teeth are made, the area where the prepared porcelains will be placed is all around gum tissue. It is not possible to talk about esthetics in prepared porcelain unless there is a healthy gingival texture as it should be. If there is a loss of papillae due to gingival recession or lack of teeth, it is necessary to replace it first. It is possible to regain missing tissues with some surgical and prosthetic methods. Procedures for regulating gingival tissue surrounding our teeth and creating an image in harmony with our teeth are called cosmetic gingival regimens. In general, before prosthesis construction; gingiva, bone and connective tissue related infections are considered to be long and exhausting sessions by patients, but these types of attempts are extremely necessary, satisfactory and satisfactory for patients and physicians due to the results obtained.
 
It is possible to correct the gums that we are not satisfied with their appearance with the following types of operations.
 
Gingiva manicure-gingivoplasty: It is possible to bring gingiva at the level of the laughing gum with a single-session operation in cases where the gummy gum called "gummy smile" seems too much.
 
Gingival graft: It is possible to level the tooth length, which appears to be prolonged by adding tissue to the areas where the gingival retraction is excessive.
 
Porcelain with gingival effects: Porcelain applications that mimic the gingival color can be performed on completely gummed and surgically corrected or impossible areas'; } if ($ _ GET ['pg'] == "bonding") {echo '
 
bonding
 
Bonding is the process of removing minor deformities in the teeth without damaging the teeth. The dentist places the so-called composite material on the teeth and gives new shape to the teeth. The bonding of the composite to the tooth is called bonding. So small spaces, fractures, stains on the tooth surface are removed without touching your teeth
 
ADVANTAGES OF BONDING PROCESS
 
* It is applied to cover the tooth intervals, surface problems or fractures.
* It is a one-session practical operation.
* There is no need to remove items from the teeth.
* It is possible to work in original tooth color.
* No anesthesia is required during the procedure.
* When you want to remove the bonding, the tooth gets back to its old form.
* It is economical.
 
DISABILITIES OF BONDING PROCESS
 
* The life of the material used is short compared to other aesthetic applications.
* It is necessary to apply nightclothes to the teeth or grittions.
* Normal teeth change color. Surface roughness is not as bright as ceramics processed in laboratories, so smearing can occur with factors such as cigarettes, tea, coffee. '; } if ($ _ GET ['pg'] == "cosmetic-schemes") {echo '
 
Cosmetic Regulations
 
Cosmetic adjustment or reshaping of natural teeth is sometimes the easiest way to correct a bad smile. It is possible to straighten up the very long "drake" dog teeth, the knurled cutting edges, the rolling laugh line with a few small touches. No anesthesia is needed during this procedure.
 
Since it is made with the help of special burs, the process is finished at enamel level and the tooth is not damaged.