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 FAQ

a. Can teeth that have inflammation at the root tip be rescued?
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Incisors, rarely, in small molar inflammatory formations at the root end of the teeth can be removed together with the third end portion of the stem. Thus, the patient's tooth can be left without pulling it out.
 
b. Can the abscess tooth be pulled?
 
As soon as possible under antibiotic therapy, the abscess tooth should be removed.
 
c. Should the impacted teeth be pulled out?
 
Related sourced from dental abscesses If the cyst or tumor-associated fractures have pain at the risk of dental caries risk of developing embedded or adjacent teeth must be pulled.
 
d. How long is the healing period after the impacted teeth are pulled?
 
It usually heals within 3-7 days.
 
e. Can I undergo general anesthesia?
 
In cases of extreme fear, general anesthesia or sedation and surgery can be performed instead of local anesthesia.
 
f. Can I eat and drink on the day of the operation?
 
If you prefer sedation or general anesthesia, you should not eat or drink anything for 8 hours before application. If you have eaten or have eaten anything, your operation will be canceled. You should arrive with a full stomach for the procedure performed under local anesthesia.
 
g. Can I drive after the operation?
 
After an operation with sedation and general anesthesia, an adult will be asked to accompany you. However, it is OK to drive after a local anesthetic.
 
h. What is the implant?
 
A dental implant is a screw-shaped holder made of titanium which takes the place of the lost tooth. It is inserted into the jaw bone by a surgical procedure and functions like your natural tooth.
 
I. What are the causes of pain and noise in the jaw joint?
 
Temporomandibular joint (TME) or changes in neighboring structures and some systemic diseases can lead to TME problems. Sometimes disorders related to chewing muscles can also cause pain and loss of function.
 
j. What is orthognatic surgery?
 
When structural mismatch between the upper and lower jaw and / or teeth of the closure can not be fixed by orthodontic surgery , orthognathic surgery is applied.
 
k. When should the lip-palate clefts be treated?
 
The operation can be performed if the condition of the baby is 10 weeks and suitable for surgery. If only soft palate is affected in palate clefts, operation can be done before the 18th month. Surgical procedures can be carried out between 18-24 months if its a hard palate.
 
l. How are jaw fractures treated?
 
The upper and lower teeth in the jaw is determined by the wire and the tires are fastened together with the aid of mutually brought solid or broken line on either side of the bone plate and screws.​