ORTHODONTICS-ORAL AND JAW SURGERY
Orthodontics; Structural position disorders observed in the alignment of the teeth and additionally deformations in the jaw structure that can be seen. The most common problems are undesirable changes in the posture of the jaw and indirectly the whole face as a result of the misposition of the teeth. Orthodontic treatment should be done by experts in the field, otherwise, various deformities in the lower and upper teeth such as overbite, crossbite, openbite, crowding and gaps in the teeth begin to occur.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION STAGE
Before orthodontic treatment, clinical examination should be done for diagnosis and treatment planning. Smile profile image, defect in jaws and teeth are detected and orthodontic x-ray is taken.
The x-ray(s) taken are evaluated, clinical findings and x-ray findings are combined and a clear treatment plan is revealed. The treatment plan is created. Before starting orthodontic treatment, tartar cleaning and caries treatment should be done.
After determining which orthodontic problem the person has, one or more of these 4 treatment types are used.
the patient's problem is detected with various imaging and application devices.
With the best devices, the patient's teeth and jaw structure is treated appropriately.
In smile aesthetics, complete recovery is achieved in 3 months
Metal Braces (Metal Brackets)
It is placed on the inner or outer surface of the tooth and even though it is not an aesthetically pleasing appearance, it eliminates the tooth disorder in a period of 6 months to 2 years.
Transparent Braces (Porcelain Brackets)
Transparent braces are produced from a porcelain-based material and are more aesthetic and natural.
Lingual Braces (Lingual Braces)
Lingual braces are placed on the invisible inner surface of the tooth instead of the visible outer surface and provide a more comfortable use to the person.
In the correction of some orthodontic disorders, tooth extraction may be necessary. No pain or soreness occurs during the placement of the brackets. During the first 3-4 days of treatment, tenderness may occur during the bite. There may be injury to the lip, cheek and tongue for a few weeks until you get used to the appliances. Orthodontic treatment creates differences in the duration of treatment according to the care the person shows for the treatment. Some appliances may cause speech difficulties for 1-2 days.
Food residues around orthodontic appliances can cause plaque formation on the teeth, and certain eating and drinking rules must be followed during oral care and treatment. Orthodontic treatment may be required at different times between 6 months and 3 years. In order to preserve the result obtained with the treatment, ‘reinforcement appliances’ are used.
ORAL AND JAW SURGERY
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery diagnoses and treats injuries, diseases and deterioration of the mouth, jaw and teeth. In short:
- Tooth extraction (such as normal and impacted teeth).
- Opening or pulling out the teeth that are not fully erupted.
- Treatment of problems that occur in the roots of the teeth (such as inflammation and cyst).
- Treatment of cyst problems in all parts of the mouth (such as cheek, tongue and palate).
- Correction of jaw and joint bones, correction of fractures in these areas.
- Pre-implant applications and implant treatment
- Advanced treatment of inflammation.
- Making the gums and bones suitable for prosthesis (such as root canal treatment).
- Tumor and cyst treatments in hard and soft tissues.
- Preparation of the mouth for smile aesthetics (including wisdom tooth extraction).
- Implant applications to places with missing teeth.
- Surgical applications for tongue adhesion.
- Cleaning of salivary gland tumors and stones.
- Surgical removal of abnormal tissues formed in the cheek.
In oral and maxillofacial surgery, the examination and treatment process of each disease is different, and these conditions also differ from person to person. With our expert staff and state-of-the-art machines, we have made oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures easier for you to treat.
Orthognathic surgery is performed to correct deformities that occur in chewing functions and facial aesthetics as a result of the disorder in the relationship between the lower and upper jaws. The teeth are corrected orthodontically, and then the jaws are surgically repositioned. Thus, both facial aesthetics and chewing functions are improved.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION STAGE
Orthognathic treatment consists of two stages: orthodontic treatment and surgical procedure.Preoperative preparation is done with orthodontic treatment. Necessary evaluations are made before the operation and it is determined whether the operation will be applied to a single chin or a double chin. With orthognathic surgery, the jaws are brought into the proper position. According to the determined treatment plan, single chin or double chin operations are applied.
After the recovery period of 2-4 weeks after the surgery, orthodontic treatment continues for a while. At this stage, final detail corrections are made. The duration of treatment varies according to the severity of the disorder and the recovery time after surgery.
Varies depending on treatment
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6 Month-3 Years
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