PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY

Children's First Dentist Visit

It is recommended that the child meets the first dentist and check the teeth as soon as the first deciduous teeth erupt (between 6-9 months). This is the first dentist visit; As the child gets used to the environment, auxiliary staff and dentist, it will make them less anxious in future dental treatments. With 6-month controls, your physician can keep the child under follow-up, warn the family about wrong eating habits, and raise awareness of the families about caries prevention practices.

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Children's First Dentist Visit

It is recommended that the child meets the first dentist and check the teeth as soon as the first deciduous teeth erupt (between 6-9 months). This is the first dentist visit; As the child gets used to the environment, auxiliary staff and dentist, it will make them less anxious in future dental treatments. With 6-month controls, your physician can keep the child under follow-up, warn the family about wrong eating habits, and raise awareness of the families about caries prevention practices.

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LAUGHING GAS ( NITROUS OXIDE )​

Sedation dentistry refers to the use of medication during dental treatment. It is most commonly used for children who are young and have as sever anxiety, for patients requiring extensive treatment, or for patients with dental phobia. There are different types of sedation, including nitrous oxide (“laughing gas”), IV sedation, and general anesthesia. Sedation is endorsed by the American Dental Association and is an effective way to make many patients comfortable during their dental visit.

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LAUGHING GAS

( NITROUS OXIDE )​

Sedation dentistry refers to the use of medication during dental treatment. It is most commonly used for children who are young and have as sever anxiety, for patients requiring extensive treatment, or for patients with dental phobia. There are different types of sedation, including nitrous oxide (“laughing gas”), IV sedation, and general anesthesia. Sedation is endorsed by the American Dental Association and is an effective way to make many patients comfortable during their dental visit.

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Emergency Dental Treatment

Life is full of surprises, including emergency dental care. Don’t panic, we are here to help your child. What should I do if my child falls out and the permanent tooth pops out of his mouth? Stay calm. Find the tooth and grab it from the chewing surface, being careful not to touch the root. If the female hasn’t fallen or broke in a dirty place, try replacing it in the empty socket in your child’s mouth. .

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Emergency Dental Treatment

Life is full of surprises, including emergency dental care. Don’t panic, we are here to help your child. What should I do if my child falls out and the permanent tooth pops out of his mouth? Stay calm. Find the tooth and grab it from the chewing surface, being careful not to touch the root. If the female hasn’t fallen or broke in a dirty place, try replacing it in the empty socket in your child’s mouth. .

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Dental Sealer​

A winter coat protects you from the cold; raincoat from torrential rain. Dental sealants are also like a layer that protects your child’s teeth from tooth decay. Dental sealers protect the grooved and hollow surfaces of the teeth from bacteria and acidic environment. They are especially effective on the chewing surfaces of the posterior teeth where dental caries are common in children. Dental sealers are generally white in color and protect teeth against tooth decay. .

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Dental Sealer​

A winter coat protects you from the cold; raincoat from torrential rain. Dental sealants are also like a layer that protects your child’s teeth from tooth decay. Dental sealers protect the grooved and hollow surfaces of the teeth from bacteria and acidic environment. They are especially effective on the chewing surfaces of the posterior teeth where dental caries are common in children. Dental sealers are generally white in color and protect teeth against tooth decay. .

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Fluoride Therapy

Does your child get enough fluoride? We will inform you. Fluoride Fluoride is a compound containing fluorine, a natural element, and is found in drinking water. Using small amounts of fluoride on a routine basis helps prevent tooth decay. Fluoride; It is found as an active ingredient in many dental products such as toothpastes, mouthwashes and varnishes. Fluoride prevents tooth from decay .

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Fluoride Therapy

Does your child get enough fluoride? We will inform you. Fluoride Fluoride is a compound containing fluorine, a natural element, and is found in drinking water. Using small amounts of fluoride on a routine basis helps prevent tooth decay. Fluoride; It is found as an active ingredient in many dental products such as toothpastes, mouthwashes and varnishes. Fluoride prevents tooth from decay .

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Dental Cleaning

During your child’s dental hygiene session, we will show him how to floss, how to brush his teeth, and support him to develop the right habits until he grows up that way. It is possible to remove stains, tartar and plaques on teeth with various hand tools used in our clinic. Problem areas that require special attention during routine dental cleaning will also be identified. .

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Dental Cleaning

During your child’s dental hygiene session, we will show him how to floss, how to brush his teeth, and support him to develop the right habits until he grows up that way. It is possible to remove stains, tartar and plaques on teeth with various hand tools used in our clinic. Problem areas that require special attention during routine dental cleaning will also be identified. .

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Dental Fillings​

Composites or fillings are non-toxic dental restorations. This durable material consists mainly of quartz, ceramic or silica and is often described as white-fill or laser-filled. Small and medium-sized fillings are durable and resistant to breakage, and can withstand the pressure of continuous moderate chewing forces. Composites can be used in anterior and posterior teeth. They are a good option for patients who want their teeth to look more natural. .

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Dental Fillings​

Composites or fillings are non-toxic dental restorations. This durable material consists mainly of quartz, ceramic or silica and is often described as white-fill or laser-filled. Small and medium-sized fillings are durable and resistant to breakage, and can withstand the pressure of continuous moderate chewing forces. Composites can be used in anterior and posterior teeth. They are a good option for patients who want their teeth to look more natural. .

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Pulpotomy / Root Canal Treatment

No parent would want to hear the phrase “Your child needs root canal treatment.” Stay calm, we have a team trained for root canal treatment in small patients. We repair infected or damaged areas of teeth by performing root canal treatment. This process involves removing the dental nerves and pulp. Then, before we cover the tooth, we sterilize and clean the inside of the tooth. Without this treatment, the teeth become severely infected, causing an abscess. .

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Pulpotomy / Root Canal Treatment

No parent would want to hear the phrase “Your child needs root canal treatment.” Stay calm, we have a team trained for root canal treatment in small patients. We repair infected or damaged areas of teeth by performing root canal treatment. This process involves removing the dental nerves and pulp. Then, before we cover the tooth, we sterilize and clean the inside of the tooth. Without this treatment, the teeth become severely infected, causing an abscess. .

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Tooth extraction

Tooth extraction is the last resort for us. However, sometimes it may be required. Let’s explain the reasons now. Tooth extraction is the process of removing the tooth from its socket in the alveolar bone. Teeth can be extracted for many reasons, but the most common causes are dental caries, gum disease, dental trauma or orthodontic reasons that cannot be restored. .

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Tooth extraction

Tooth extraction is the last resort for us. However, sometimes it may be required. Let’s explain the reasons now. Tooth extraction is the process of removing the tooth from its socket in the alveolar bone. Teeth can be extracted for many reasons, but the most common causes are dental caries, gum disease, dental trauma or orthodontic reasons that cannot be restored. .

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Crown for Children

Dental crown; It is the type of restoration that covers the tooth, brings it to the normal size and shape it should be, and prevents further fracture. In cases where the teeth are damaged due to caries that cannot be treated with filling, crowns should be made. In some cases, when the dentist makes a significant filling or canal treatment, he or she may recommend that the child’s related tooth be crowned. Dental crowns for children are usually completed in one session and remain in the mouth until new teeth erupt under them. .

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Crown for Children

Dental crown; It is the type of restoration that covers the tooth, brings it to the normal size and shape it should be, and prevents further fracture. In cases where the teeth are damaged due to caries that cannot be treated with filling, crowns should be made. In some cases, when the dentist makes a significant filling or canal treatment, he or she may recommend that the child’s related tooth be crowned. Dental crowns for children are usually completed in one session and remain in the mouth until new teeth erupt under them. .

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X-Ray

Dental x-rays show us much more than dental caries. X-rays can be taken for eruption follow-up, bone lesions, dental injuries or orthodontic treatment plan. X-rays are necessary for the dentist to diagnose and treat conditions that cannot be seen during clinical examination. In general, children need x-rays more often than adults. Because their jaws and teeth are constantly changing. In addition, children’s teeth are more resistant to tooth decay than adults. For children at high caries risk, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends X-rays every 6 months to 1 year. Children with low caries risk need less frequent X-rays. .

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X-Ray

Dental x-rays show us much more than dental caries. X-rays can be taken for eruption follow-up, bone lesions, dental injuries or orthodontic treatment plan. X-rays are necessary for the dentist to diagnose and treat conditions that cannot be seen during clinical examination. In general, children need x-rays more often than adults. Because their jaws and teeth are constantly changing. In addition, children’s teeth are more resistant to tooth decay than adults. For children at high caries risk, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends X-rays every 6 months to 1 year. Children with low caries risk need less frequent X-rays. .

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Mouth Guard for Sports Children

Mouth guards protect both the primary teeth and permanent teeth of your child from the effects of accidents, usually by covering the upper teeth. Using it in close contact sports such as football and basketball. .

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Mouth Guard for Sports Children

Mouth guards protect both the primary teeth and permanent teeth of your child from the effects of accidents, usually by covering the upper teeth. Using it in close contact sports such as football and basketball. .

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Keep the teeth healthy

Finally, the best dental treatment is the one that is never made .
Preventive treatments are the best treatments. You can reduce your risk of tooth decay and other dental diseases by doing the following:

  • Brushing teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste
  • Flossing every day
  • Reducing snacks by eating a balanced diet
  • Visiting the dentist every 6 months

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Keep the teeth healthy

Finally, the best dental treatment is the one that is never made .
Preventive treatments are the best treatments. You can reduce your risk of tooth decay and other dental diseases by doing the following:

  • Brushing teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste
  • Flossing every day
  • Reducing snacks by eating a balanced diet
  • Visiting the dentist every 6 months

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