It deals with the surgical treatment of all pathologies in the face and jawbone along with all dental surgical procedures. In the implementation of surgical procedures, the comfort of the patients, their existing diseases, anxiety and fear of treatment are primarily taken into consideration and patients are treated accordingly.

  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Intraoral Soft Tissue Lesions
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Jaw Bone Pathologies
  • Tooth Extractions
  • Impacted Tooth Extractions
  • Cyst Operations
  • Dental Implants
  • Implant Supported Jaw-Face Prostheses
  • Implant Upper Prosthetics
  • Bone Augmentation
  • Sinus Lifting

 

 

 

  • WISDOM TOOTH SURGERY

Wisdom teeth are the third largest molars, located at the back of the tooth row. These teeth, which usually last in the twenties, often persist partially or remain impacted in the jawbone due to reasons such as space restriction in the jaw, deviation in the riding position or bone density in the relevant area.

Wisdom dental surgery can be easily performed with new materials and techniques, painlessly and without problems. In this way, 20-year-old tooth extraction is no longer a fearful dream. Especially for our Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Diseases Surgeons, 20-year-old dental surgery is very simple and easily applicable operations.

 

IMPACTED DENTAL TREATMENT

Cysts are pathogenic structures that can develop in the roots of the teeth or in any part of the jawbone.

Cyst operations are not performed on time and if the cyst stays in the jaw for a long time, they may cause serious deformations in the jawbone. Therefore, the detected cysts should be surgically removed by the maxillofacial surgeon as soon as possible.

Some cysts are very large and can cause a fracture of the jaw. For this reason, our maxillofacial surgeons want to pre-determine the bone loss caused by the cyst by requesting volumetric tomography before the procedure. Thanks to 3D tomography, the borders of the jaw cyst are determined very clearly and the surgery is performed much more safely.

IMPLANT TREATMENT

Implants are artificial tooth roots placed in the jawbone in order to restore the function and aesthetics of teeth lost for various reasons. Teeth, which are an integral and unity part of facial aesthetics, may cause psychological and social problems as a result of the losses. Apart from these factors, it is observed that it also causes nutrition, digestive problems and speech disorders. Tooth deficiencies can be completed with conventional methods such as bridge prostheses attached to natural teeth or removable prostheses, as well as implant-supported prostheses.

Our specialist physicians recommend that if the missing dental treatment will be performed for a single tooth, it will be more protective to be treated with an implant rather than restoration with a bridge.

 

CYST OPERATIONS

Cysts are pathogenic structures that can develop in the roots of the teeth or in any part of the jawbone.

Cyst operations are not performed on time and if the cyst stays in the jaw for a long time, they may cause serious deformations in the jawbone. Therefore, the detected cysts should be surgically removed by the maxillofacial surgeon as soon as possible.

Some cysts are very large and can cause a fracture of the jaw. For this reason, our maxillofacial surgeons want to pre-determine the bone loss caused by the cyst by requesting volumetric tomography before the procedure. Thanks to 3D tomography, the borders of the jaw cyst are determined very clearly and the surgery is performed much more safely.

 

SINUS LIFTING

Sinus surgery is a procedure performed on the upper jaw. In people with missing teeth in the upper jaw, sometimes the cavities we call maxillary sinus hang down due to gravity. As a result of this sagging, bone loss  occurs. As the bones losses, there is not enough bone left to implant in the missing tooth area. In such cases, sinus surgery is performed and the sagging sinus floor is lifted up and the bone support required for the implant is obtained.