Restorative Dental Treatment(Oral, Dental, and Maxillofacial Surgery)


In the field of Oral, Dental, and Maxillofacial Surgery; the diagnosis and surgical treatments of all disorders and diseases related to the soft tissues inside the mouth (tongue, cheek, lip, salivary glands, etc.), teeth, jaws, and temporomandibular joint are performed. Surgical procedures planned based on the type of intervention and the patient’s condition are conducted under local anesthesia, conscious sedation (deep sleep), or general anesthesia.

Such procedures aim to restore function, phonation, and aesthetics by manipulating existing teeth using various appliances. Treatment may be applied using braces, transparent aligners, or sometimes combined with surgical interventions.

My wisdom tooth is causing trouble, what should I do?

Wisdom teeth can be problematic when they are impacted. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause inflammation, cysts, severe pain, and swelling on the face within the jawbone. Preventing all of these issues is quite simple! After an examination, if the teeth are deemed suitable, they can be easily extracted with local anesthesia in a short period, resolving all the problems at once.

I am late, my jawbone has deteriorated, I cannot use dentures, and I cannot get implants. What should I do?

In our clinic, where modern treatment approaches are closely followed and implemented, we intervene with bone powder or direct bone addition when necessary to increase the volume of your jawbone and provide space for the denture before making the prosthesis. Additionally, when needed, we perform minor surgical interventions on the soft tissues inside the mouth and expose the jawbone. This ensures not only comfortable use of your prosthesis but also increases the chances for implant treatments.

I have undergone root canal treatment multiple times, but the pain persists. What should I do?

Root canal treatment can often prevent the loss of a tooth, but in some cases, the tooth may not respond to the treatment, and there may be no improvement in symptoms. In such cases, surgical intervention options should be considered before extracting the tooth. Apical resection is a commonly used operation in such situations, significantly increasing the success rate of the treatment. After the local anesthesia numbs the relevant area, the procedure involves removing the infected part of the tooth root. This helps alleviate pain, allowing you to regain your previous quality of life.

I have a cyst in my jawbone, and I'm scared!.

Cysts in the jawbones and oral tissues, such as cheeks, tongue, and lips, are a common occurrence. This condition can be caused by severely decayed and untreated teeth, previously root canal-treated teeth, impacted teeth embedded in the jawbone, or teeth that were extracted in the past but not properly treated. Additionally, cysts can develop in the areas of the lip, cheek, tongue, etc., due to biting or other types of trauma. The treatment for jawbone cysts is relatively simple. You can get rid of the cyst through a painless, short-term operation and restore your health.

Oh no! My face is swollen. What should I do?

In cases of swelling and pain, appropriate medication treatment and, depending on the severity of the swelling, surgical interventions can be used to reduce the swelling in the affected area. However, early intervention is crucial in these situations and should not be neglected.

I have pain in my jaw joint, and I can't bear it!

The treatment of jaw joint disorders has been extensively researched in recent times. These disorders are one of the most commonly encountered problems today and can lead to a significant decrease in the quality of life. They can cause unbearable pain, especially in the temples, cheeks, lower jaw, behind the ears, head, and neck areas. Additionally, they may lead to jaw locking while eating or speaking, the formation of a ‘clicking’ sound when opening and closing the mouth, and chronic fatigue due to reduced sleep efficiency.


In the treatment of jaw joint disorders, merely improving the symptoms will only provide a temporary solution. The underlying causes of this disorder should be thoroughly examined, and in addition to treatments aimed at improving symptoms, these root causes should also be eliminated. Oral, Dental, and Jaw Surgery is a broad field, and when you have such problems, you can consult our clinics for more information.


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