All oral and dental health treatments such as dental prosthesis, preventive dentistry, pediatric dentistry, orthodontics (malpositioned teeth), endodontics (root canal treatment), conservative treatment, periodontics (gum diseases) and oral surgeries are carried out in our Oral and Dental Health Department.
In addition, we serve patients in specialized branches including the Cosmetic Dentistry, Laser Dentistry, Advanced Implantation, Advanced Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) and Sleep Dentistry (with general anesthesia).
 
One of the primary characteristics of our department is the provision of “hospital dentistry” procedures. In this context, we collaborate with 33 other medical departments, 15 special units and 635 physicians in the hospital through references and consultations. Patients with serious systemic diseases and patients who are receiving chemotherapy or radiotherapy are considered part of this group so their dental treatments can be quickly and safely completed in the hospital.
 
Having been restructured and put into service in 2010, the Oral and Dental Health Clinic renders services in line with the standards of our facility in all aspects, as it is an integrated part of the American Hospital.
 

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2nd.Kat 2nd  Floor
08:00 - 17:00 08:00 - 17:00
Monday - Friday Monday - Friday

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

All dental treatments are available for geriatric patients with severe coordination disorders (Alzheimer, Dementia, etc.) as well as small children, adults and children with mental retardation or physical and mental disabilities. The fully equipped dental unit within the operating theatre is located in the department, where dentistry services can be performed under general anesthesia.
 
Missing teeth are treated by using adjacent teeth without requirement of a surgical procedure in our Prosthesis Clinic. Damaged teeth are reconstructed, the gaps are filled that are secondary to loss of one or more teeth, numerous dental problems that have negative influences on a patient’s smile are corrected with a cosmetic approach and porcelain crowns and laminates are utilized.

The Endodontics Clinic deals with the treatment of diseases located in the dental pulp that contains the nerve, blood vessels, and other connective tissues that surround the dental roots. All teeth can be treated without any extraction thanks to innovative disinfection agents used in endodontics and advancements in digital radiography and assistive tools. This pain-free procedure is performed under appropriate anesthesia. Teeth are restored with aesthetic fillers, porcelain inlay or porcelain crowns in proportion with the solid tissue that is left behind after treatment.

Pediatric Dentistry (Children’s Oral and Dental Health) Clinic deals with any and all treatments, including fillers and root canal treatment, for deciduous teeth and permanent teeth. Moreover, certain preventive practices are performed in this clinic. For example, fissure sealants are used to prevent decay in grooves and small pits on the chewing surfaces of permanent teeth that are susceptible to caries. On the other hand, comprehensive and exclusive dental therapies are carried out in combination with or without sedation or under general anesthesia for children with physical and mental disabilities.
 
The teeth, jaw and face region is evaluated in a holistic manner, its development is followed up and existing anomalies are treated in the Orthodontics (Child and Adult) Clinic that also provides pre- and post-operative treatment services, such as correction of malpositioned teeth, elimination of disorders related to jaw and face, correction of disorders resulting from wrong habits (thumb sucking, pacifier, baby bottle, lip biting etc.) and treatment of hereditary disorders, such as cleft lip and palate.
 
Periodontal diseases that are first manifested by gingival bleeding are treated at the Periodontology (Gum Diseases and Treatments) Clinic. It is necessary to remind patients that regular dentist visits, good mouth care and hygiene and most importantly, timely treatment based on early diagnosis play important roles in the success of treatment for diseases that involve teeth and tissues which surround the teeth.
Advanced Implantation Clinic: Advanced implantology and jaw surgery procedures are carried out by an expert, professional teamwork; a bone transfer is followed by implant therapy and fixed prosthesis for patients who have been edentulous for a long time due to severe loss of jaw bone mass.
 
Cosmetic Dentistry Clinic: This unit evaluates the face in a holistic manner, including anatomic structure of teeth, jaw and mouth and speech as well as chewing systems, before formulating a customized approach for each patient. In addition to the cosmetic process that is called “Smile Rejuvenation”, dental implants are used to correct functional problems. This treatment covers tooth whitening, cosmetic laminate porcelain crowns, cosmetic fillers, full mouth restorations, implants, laser gum contouring, gum lightening and Botox.

Laser Clinic: Piezoelectric bone surgery devices are used for the procedures that focus on the solid tissue of teeth, while laser surgery is preferred for soft tissues. Better outcomes are obtained especially with diode laser beams for surgical procedures of soft tissue and gingival area, and treatments are performed in a pain-free manner without blood loss.
 
Advanced Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic: Dentists, orthodontists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, plastic surgeons and ENT surgeons collaborate in the surgical treatment of congenital or acquired disorders of the mouth, jaw, and adjacent organs, as well as the treatment of cancer, and tumors that require advanced oral, maxillofacial, facial surgery, fractured jaw, cosmetic procedures and developmental jaw disorders.

Temporomandibular Joint Clinic: A multidisciplinary treatment unit that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of patients who complain of pain and abnormal sounds in the temporomandibular joint and difficulty in opening the mouth and chewing. In this clinic, treatment options range from a simple intraoral apparatus to total TMJ prosthesis depending on the diagnosis.