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Pain Management

After a detailed oral examination and taking the necessary x-rays, the patient’s history should be listened carefully and the factor or factors causing the pain should be determined. The accuracy of the diagnosis made before the treatment plan begins is extremely important. Correct diagnosis not only eliminates the patient’s complaints, but also prevents time to be lost due to misdiagnosis and erroneous practices. Severe toothaches may radiate between the lower jaw and upper jaw or to neighboring teeth, and sometimes there may be problems with several teeth in the same area. In line with the experience and knowledge of the physician, the main source of the problem should be determined and the tooth, which is the main source of pain, should be treated first.


Filling; It is the process of filling the gap formed after cleaning the caries in the decayed teeth with suitable materials.

Composite Filling

Today, thanks to the developing technology, the usage area of composite fillings has expanded considerably. Composite fillings, known as aesthetic filling materials, can be used safely in many dental restorations with the right technique and the right material selection. The construction of composite fillings requires precise technique and meticulous work. It is possible to restore the cavity formed as a result of cleaning the decayed teeth in an aesthetic and robust manner with composite fillings. Composite fillings are also very successful materials in restoring discoloration, deformity, fractures and interdental spaces called diastema in anterior teeth.

amalgam filling

Amalgam filling, also known as metal filling, is a practical and extremely durable type of filling. Today, its use has decreased due to the increase in aesthetic expectations and the rapid development of aesthetic filling materials. Amalgam fillings are far from being preferred because of the metals and mercury they contain. Although the mercury in its content is limited in the filling, the development of composite filling materials and the fact that composite fillings can be made in the back teeth in a solid way have led to a decrease in the interest in amalgam fillings.

Inlay-Onlay Fillers

In cases where the tissue loss in the tooth is high, it takes a lot of time to fill in the mouth and can tire the patient. In such cases, Inley-Onley fillings produced from porcelain, composite or zirconium prepared in the laboratory by taking the size of the tooth in the mouth are adhered to the tooth in the patient’s mouth. The advantage of these fillings is that the working time in the patient’s mouth is shortened and the aesthetic and functional properties of the fillings prepared in the laboratory are more perfect.

Tooth Fracture Treatment

Teeth that have been broken as a result of trauma, if necessary, are aesthetically restored after root canal treatment. The most frequently used method in the treatment of broken teeth is the aesthetic applications made with the help of composite resins, which we call the bonding method. Bonding method; It is a protective aesthetic application that allows only the broken part to be repaired by preserving the healthy tissue in the tooth. It is especially preferred in the treatment of broken teeth of young individuals.

Sensitive Dental Treatment

For various reasons, teeth may be sensitive to cold, hot, sweet and sour foods. There are different treatment alternatives to be applied according to the extent of the damage to the tooth. In our patients with simple tooth sensitivity and no tissue loss, the problem can be resolved by simply applying desensitizing agents on the teeth. If there is wear on the enamel tissue of the tooth, the worn surface can be repaired with the help of simple composite fillings and sensitivity can be prevented. If there is advanced wear on the tooth and the nerves (pulp tissue) of the tooth are exposed, sensitivity can be treated by applying root canal treatment. In some necessary cases, it may be appropriate to cover sensitive teeth.

Bad Breath (Halitosis)

Bad breath is a problem that disturbs both the person and the people around him, and causes self-confidence problems that negatively affect communication. When patients apply to the dentist with the complaint of bad breath, detailed dental and gingival examinations are performed.

What are the causes of bad breath?

Gingival and mucosal diseases, fungi and infections, infectious teeth, implants and prostheses, semi-impacted wisdom teeth, dental caries, poor oral hygiene, smoking and alcohol use, high protein diet, dry mouth and decrease in the amount of saliva in the nasal passages. discharge, tonsillitis, mouth breathing due to nasal congestion, oral cancers, cleft palate, reflux and stomach problems.

Which disease’s symptoms might be bad breath?

Bad breath is not a disease in itself, but it is a harbinger of many diseases. Bad breath that may occur depending on the food you eat can be considered normal. Bad breath can also be caused by pathological conditions. These ;

dental caries


Semi-impacted wisdom teeth

poor oral hygiene

Infections in the teeth and gums


Throat diseases such as adenoids

Disorders of the upper respiratory tract that interfere with nasal breathing

Digestive system diseases such as reflux and stomach ailments

Systemic diseases such as diabetes

Kidney failure

What is the treatment for bad breath?

The underlying cause of bad breath may be the inability to provide complete oral hygiene. Dental calculus, which is formed due to insufficient hygiene, causes gum infection and bad breath. First of all, the problem can be solved with simple methods such as dental scaling cleaning, giving oral hygiene education, using dental floss and mouthwash in addition to tooth brushing. In addition to brushing teeth, daily cleaning should be done with tongue cleaning brushes to clean the bacteria accumulated on the tongue.

If bad breath is caused by tooth decay, decayed teeth should be treated appropriately by the dentist.

Semi-impacted wisdom teeth can also cause infection in the soft tissue and cause bad breath. In this case, these teeth should be extracted.

Less water consumption during the day also causes bad breath. Drinking water stimulates saliva production and helps clear bacteria in the mouth.

After all the factors that cause odor in the mouth are treated and if the person maintains oral hygiene effectively, if bad breath persists, other underlying causes should be investigated.