Calculus Removal

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Calculus or tartar occurs by calcification of precipitated materials from saliva when the bacteria plaque accumulated on teeth and prosthesis cannot be cleaned. Since it is favorable environment for bacteria, calculus firstly cause gum inflammation called gingivitis, then bleeding and receding gums, and later bone loss (periodontitis) and tooth loss. 
With calculus removal, while the gum regains its health, the stains on the teeth (tee, coffee, cigarette stains, etc.) are also removed.  The receded gums do not get back to the former place, however progression of disease connected with the calculus is stopped. 

Greft Applications

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Graft application is the process of completion of tissue loss with tissue taken from various sources.

Soft Tissue Grafts: 

Soft tissue grafts are mostly applied for

  • >Removing sensibility and restoring the appearance of the tooth when the root surface of the tooth is visible due to receded gums,
  • >Preventing progress of gum disease due to insufficiency or lack of bonded gum,
  • >Preventing possible problems especially those that can occur in implant applications for thin phenotype patients.

Bone Grafts:

Bone grafting is the treatment method that is mostly used in the treatment of bone loss around tooth, or when it is required to generate sufficient bone for implant.

Pink Aesthetic

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Pink aesthetics is the harmony between the gum and teeth in smiling line. People who show too much or asymmetrical gum when smiling can complain about this. In some cases this can be treated with a simple gum refinement; in other cases it can be treated with advanced methods. It is possible to improve the aesthetics and hereby remove the sensitivity in receding gums. 

Before the treatment the gums should be healthy. Healthy gums are pale pink-dusty rose in color and cling to the teeth. Blistered, bleeding, red or purple gums need be treated before further treatment can commence.