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Preventive Dental Treatments: Guide to Strong and Healthy Teeth

The foundation of a healthy smile is strong and solid teeth. Tooth decay, gum disease and other oral problems can cause serious problems not only in terms of aesthetics but also in terms of general health. Fortunately, we have important tools to prevent these problems, such as preventive dental treatments.

In this blog post, we will examine what preventive dental treatments are, how they are applied and for whom they are required. Preventive dentistry is a field that focuses on preventing oral and dental problems, such as tooth decay and gum disease, before they occur.

In addition to regular dental care and dentist check-ups, the following practices are also included in the scope of preventive dentistry.

Preventive Dentistry Practices

Fissure Sealant (Dental Graft)

It prevents tooth decay by closing the recesses that are prone to decay, especially in the molars. This practice is often applied to children and adolescents.

Professional Teeth Cleaning

With detailed cleaning by the dentist, tartar and plaque formation is prevented and gum diseases are prevented. It is recommended that adults have professional dental cleanings at least twice a year.

Fluoride Treatment

It strengthens tooth enamel and increases resistance to decay. Fluoride treatment can be performed using methods such as using fluoride toothpaste, fluoride mouthwash, and fluoride varnish/gel applied at the dentist.

Gum Care

Gum diseases are prevented by regular tooth brushing and flossing. It is important to learn and apply the tooth brushing technique correctly.

Oral Irrigator

It prevents the formation of plaque and bacteria by cleaning the areas that the toothbrush cannot reach. Oral irrigator is a helpful tool in preventing gum diseases.

Regular Dentist Check-ups

It is important to go to the dentist at least every 6 months to have your teeth checked and receive the necessary treatments. Early diagnosis and treatment prevents dental problems from progressing and causing more serious health problems.

Benefits of Preventive Dentistry Practices

  • It prevents tooth loss.
  • Protects oral and dental health.
  • It contributes to general health.
  • Reduces dentist expenses.
  • It prevents tooth decay and gum diseases.

In order to have healthy and strong teeth, the importance of preventive dentistry should not be ignored. You can protect your oral and dental health for many years with regular dental care and dentist check-ups.

What Can We Do to Protect Our Teeth?

  •  Drink plenty of water.
  • Avoid smoking and alcohol.
  • Eat a healthy and balanced diet.
  • Stay away from sugary and acidic foods and drinks.

Remember, the most important step for a healthy smile is to take precautions.

Who is Necessary for Preventive Dental Treatments?

People of all ages can benefit from preventive dental treatments to protect against tooth decay and gum disease. Some groups, especially children, pregnant women, diabetics and the elderly, need these treatments more.

Our Priority is to Protect Your Natural Teeth

Evidence-Based Treatment

We determine evidence-based, accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment methods and apply them to our patients.

Protective Approach

With the preventive dentistry approach, we take a treatment approach that protects and heals our patients’ existing natural teeth.

Hygienic Conditions

The necessary disinfection and sterilization procedures in our clinic are carried out by healthcare professionals specially trained in this regard.

Modern Method

In the light of current scientific data, we apply modern treatment methods in all specialties of oral and dental health.

As Armağan Oral and Dental Health Polyclinic, we serve our patients in line with our expert dentists, our central location and preventive dentistry practices. We aim to improve the comfort and quality of life of our patients with our commitment to the principle of evidence based dentistry, our preventive and innovative treatment approach, and our belief in patient physician collaboration.