Dental Aesthetics in Turkey

Pixl Clinic, provides state of art dental aesthetics in turkey, with his more than 12 years of experience, ensures that our patients delivered the highest quality of treatments.

The practice of dentistry is very advanced in nowadays. In aesthetic dentistry turkey, several branches of dentistry come together and practice. The main purpose here is to make the person’s smile more beautiful, to make it more healthy and to solve the problems in the teeth.

The problems in the teeth can be primarily the yellow color of the tooth. If the teeth are yellow and the person is not satisfied with the teeth, the teeth can be solved very easily in the control of the physician by the whitening method.


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Dental Aesthetics Methods

What is the Hollywood Smile?

Hollywood smile in Turkey, is non-surgical cosmetic operation that gives immediate results, it’s done by placing customized peels on the original teeth of the patient; the dental peels are customized individually based on the shape of the patient’s jaw and mouth. The goal is to give the patient’s teeth a better shape as well as to keep it bright for many years.

Hollywood smile is preformed to get rid of the pigmentations and color changes that happen to one’s teeth, it’s also a very effective way to solve the problem of broken, missing or basically any irregular teeth line.

What is the Dental Implants?

Dental implants are a treatment solution for patients who have lost a tooth or teeth due to tooth decay, gum disease or oral injury.

‘Pixl Clinic’ in İstanbul is probably the most experienced dental clinic in Turkey, and has been offering high-quality Dental Implants in Turkey for the past 12 years. We utilise the latest dental technology, such as: Volumetric Tomography, equipped with digital implant system planning software, RaySet technology for making surgical implant guides, CEREC® technology, and laser technology, to name a few.

In most cases dental implant treatment is undertaken under local anaesthesia, but for those patients who suffer from disabilities, excessive nausea, or dental phobias, our clinic has a fully equipped operating theatre where our dental physicians can operate on patients under general anaesthesia.

What is the Laminate Veneers?

Laminate Veneers Turkey are the most popular dental treatment these days and are one of the affordable aesthetic solutions for your teeth. Veneers are a tiny prosthetic device that uses thin material and gives you a natural-looking smile. To procedure requires removing some enamel from the tooth and then the veneers are fitted into the tooth. The resin cement used in the procedure can easily be modified as per the color, shape, and size of the teeth.

We know that you don’t want that fake-looking smile and that is why we use premium brands for the perfect finishing. If you are looking for the best quality but affordable dental veneers then Veneers in Turkey is what you want. 

What is the Dental Crowns?

High quality, affordable dental crowns in Turkey are created using the latest smile design and cadcam technology. Dental crowns are an industry-standard way of restoring and enhancing teeth that are partially or fully damaged. Crowing can also be used in place of missing teeth. If you have been in an accident or have damaged your teeth in any way, dental crowning is usually your go-to solution.

The major purpose of a crown is to save your original tooth if it is in healthy enough condition. It goes without saying that the need for crowning is definitely dependent on the condition of your teeth.

What is the Teeth Whitening?

Teeth whitening is a technology that removes stubborn pigmentation underneath the enamel. It uses a bleaching agent that can easily penetrate the enamel to break down stains.

How Does Teeth Whitening Work?

Your dentist applies the whitening gel containing hydrogen peroxide on your teeth. And after applying safe UV rays to catalyze the process, the particles of the gel begin to move faster. Once the bleaching gel penetrates the enamel through its pores, it begins to chemically break down stains.

How Long Is Teeth Whitening?

Teeth whitening is a process that lasts around 1 to 2 hours. But the results are very long lasting.


    Preparation stage:

    At this stage, the doctor performs some necessary dental examinations in order to ensure the integrity of the teeth on the one hand, and to know the suitability of the veneers for the patient’s teeth on the other hand.

    The stage of making the veneer model:

    At this stage, the doctor removes approximately 0.5 mm of tooth surface enamel (the same size of veneers), in order to be able to coat the teeth with appropriate veneers. After that, the doctor creates a model of veneers that fit the patient’s teeth, and sends them to the laboratory, to have them after a week or two.

    The veneers installation stage:

    In the beginning, the doctor tests the veneers, where he puts them on the patient’s teeth to make sure they fit him in terms of color and size, and then he cleans the teeth and installs the veneers through the use of a custom adhesive, and in order to install them, waves of light are used for that .


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How do I find the right cosmetic dentist for me?

    A great way to start your search for a cosmetic dentist is to ask for recommendations from your friends and family or to look at online reviews of dentists near you. Once you’ve narrowed your search down, the best way to choose one is to schedule consultations with a few of them. Ask questions about their qualifications, what treatment they would recommend for you, and ask to look at before and after photos of treatments similar to what you’re hoping to receive.

    This will give you a good idea of that cosmetic dentist’s specialty and their personality. Since you want to love the long-term results of your treatment, you want to find an experienced dentist who you can trust. It’s perfectly normal to shop around for a cosmetic dentist that fits your qualifications.

    What kinds of problems can cosmetic dentistry solve?

    Cosmetic dentistry can fix a host of problems, both minor and major. If you have a gummy smile or teeth that are stained, damaged, decayed, or missing, you can turn to cosmetic dentistry for a solution. Even if you have a host of complex dental issues that need to be treated, cosmetic dentistry can give your smile a completely new appearance and renewed functionality.

    Are the treatments completely aesthetic?

    Some cosmetic dentistry treatments, such as teeth whitening, only have cosmetic benefits, but plenty of other treatments have real benefits to your oral health. When you lose a tooth, your remaining teeth tend to shift into the gap left by the missing tooth, making chewing more difficult and putting your teeth at risk for decay and gum disease. By filling that gap, bridges and implants keep your teeth where they belong and protect them. Implants work double duty, stimulating your jawbone to prevent the bone loss that is caused by losing a tooth. Even veneers, which are commonly applied to patients’ teeth for cosmetic purposes, can work to protect teeth where they have cracked, chipped, or the enamel has worn thin. While all cosmetic treatments do improve or restore the appearance of your smile, many of them also improve, restore, and protect its function as well.

    How do I fix my gummy smile?

    Since gummy smiles are usually caused by an excess of gum tissue that partially obscures the teeth, your gummy smile can be easily fixed through a procedure called gum contouring or gum reshaping. Your dentist will reshape your gums using a laser to remove the excess gum tissue and expose your teeth. Once healed, your smile will have a better teeth-to-gums ratio, giving you a natural smile you can be proud of.

    Will I always need a crown on a broken tooth?

    The treatment required for a broken tooth depends upon how badly the tooth is broken. If it is very minor, you can quickly and easily repair it with dental bonding. This is an easy and cost-effective solution that will probably only take about 30 minutes. It uses a tooth-colored resin, which is matched in color and gloss to that of your natural tooth, to cover the broken part of your tooth and restore it to its original shape. Dental bonding usually needs to be replaced every three to 10 years. You can also use a veneer to cover a relatively minor break. This is a longer process and costs more, but it will last about 15 years without needing to be replaced if it is cared for well. If the break is bad, however, you will likely need a crown in order to protect the sensitive root from bacteria and infection.

    What do I do if professional whitening won’t affect the stains on my teeth?

    Unfortunately, there are stains that professional tooth whitening treatments can’t fix. Often, these stains are acquired in early childhood or result from certain antibiotics, an injury to the tooth during its development, or too much fluoride exposure. Other stains acquired during adulthood, such as dark brown stains, may not respond well to teeth whitening treatments.

    In such cases, dental veneers or dental bonding are the best ways to rid yourself of the stain. Veneers are a thin layer of porcelain that is adhered to your natural teeth; you can get a single veneer to cover up one stained tooth, or you can transform your smile with multiple veneers. Since they are completely customizable, you’re able to choose their shape and size, and they are matched to your natural teeth in gloss and color, making them indistinguishable from the surrounding teeth. If you’re looking for a less expensive or less permanent option, however, dental bonding can also be used to cover up the stains. Your dentist can simply apply a tooth-colored resin over the stained part of your teeth.

    What are veneers used to treat?

    Veneers are a versatile cosmetic treatment that can be used to treat many dental issues. They largely treat problems with the teeth themselves, working to protect and improve the appearance of teeth that have chipped, cracked, broken slightly, or have thin enamel. They also cover stained or strangely-shaped teeth in order to make them more aesthetically pleasing.

    In some cases, such as when one or two teeth are crooked or a smile is only slightly crooked, veneers can serve as an alternative to braces. They do this by making the teeth appear straighter, saving patients the time and money investment that braces involve. It’s important to note, however, that because veneers don’t actually straighten your teeth, they won’t solve problems with bite alignment or headaches related to your crooked teeth.

    Will tooth whitening treatments lighten my crowns or veneers?

    Tooth whitening will not lighten your crowns or veneers. If you aren’t happy with the shade of your teeth, it’s important to get a professional whitening treatment before you get a crown, veneer, or similar treatment. When you’re getting a crown, for example, the porcelain material is matched to the current color of your teeth, allowing it to blend in and look natural. If you whiten your teeth after it’s been installed, the crown will stand out against your whiter natural teeth.

    Will my insurance cover my treatment?

    Whether or not your dental insurance covers a treatment depends upon what treatment you’re getting and what your individual company’s policy is. Most companies will help pay for a dental crown, for example, as the procedure is considered restorative, but many won’t help pay for an implant or a whitening treatment.

    While deciding what treatment is right for you can be difficult, there are plenty of resources to help you decide what treatment delivers the kinds of results you would like to see. Before you get your heart set on a particular treatment, however, it’s a great idea to set up a consultation with a few dentists They can show you before and after photographs of patients who had similar treatments, allowing you to see what the end result will look like, and advise you on what kind of treatment is right for you.