About Us

Kıdem Dental Clinic

We are a clinic that can solve all problems about Oral and Dental Health with its expert dentist staff, perform aesthetically high-level procedures and professionally offer all innovative dental applications compatible with developing technologies.

If you are looking for an expert dental clinic, we would like to emphasize that we will be happy to provide you with services that you will be satisfied with in a quality treatment environment for all your oral and dental health problems and that you are in the right place.

  • Physician staff specialized in their field
  • Modern Equipment
  • Digital Dentistry

Frequently Asked Questions

We have gathered the answers to the questions you ask us the most.

In today’s dentistry, the application areas of implant surgery have increased considerably. You should definitely have a detailed examination before saying “I cannot get an implant”.

The physical condition of wisdom teeth and the symptoms they cause are completely individualized. The necessity to extract these teeth depends entirely on the position of the tooth and the symptoms it causes.

It is possible to treat dental problems that occur during pregnancy.

It is known that in cases of tooth and gingivitis, the risk of pregnancy ending in miscarriage or premature birth is 7 times higher. In cases where dental treatment is required during pregnancy, the question “Can the tooth be extracted?” usually comes to mind. Yes, the tooth is extracted under appropriate anesthesia. Antibiotics are used when necessary, even if we do not want to use them. Antibiotics, except for the tetracycline group, which is known to affect the baby’s tooth development, are preferred. In order to be safe, the necessary treatments are performed with gynecologist consultation.

One of the indispensable factors in the formation of tartar is saliva. Depending on the nature of the saliva, calculus can form in larger amounts or more frequently. Calculus accumulates very easily in the area with the highest number of salivary glands, i.e. on the tongue side of the lower anterior region. In this area, where brushing is often difficult and inadequate, gingivitis and gingival recession due to calculus can easily occur. As long as tartar is not removed from this area, the situation continues in a vicious circle.

Stress, which is among the causes of teeth clenching and grinding in adults, is also a valid reason for babies and children. In an 8-month-old baby, the transition to supplementary food, separation from the breast, the only place where he or she feels safe, or sleep irregularities can cause stress for a baby. Seeing objects, touching objects or hearing sounds that the baby has never seen before can make a baby anxious. During this period, the baby can easily grind teeth that are not in proper bite or contact. The parent may think that teeth grinding is a very abnormal behavior during this period and may worry and overreact. Overreacting may be more pleasing to your baby and he/she may make a habit of grinding his/her teeth to get attention.

During tooth eruption in children, the pressure on the gums can stimulate the nerves in the surrounding tissues. The stimulated nerves activate the chewing muscles and involuntary jaw contractions, i.e. teeth grinding, may occur. This is a completely physiological event and it would be right to wait for the child to give up this habit without overreacting and making the child enjoy this movement. When tooth eruption is completed, he/she will give up this habit.

In addition, factors such as intestinal parasites, allergies, endocrine disorders and malnutrition can also cause teeth clenching and grinding.

Untreated decay of deciduous teeth leads to bad breath, chewing difficulties, malnutrition and an aesthetically unpleasant appearance. Dental disorders left untreated during this period can lead to crooked teeth, impaired jaw development and general health problems – from rheumatism to heart disease – in the future. For this reason, decayed deciduous teeth should be treated without falling into the misconception that “they will be replaced anyway”.

When tooth extraction is performed, complete anesthesia must be achieved at the extraction site. In the presence of acute inflammation, complete anesthesia cannot be achieved because the distribution of the anesthetic substance will be difficult in the tissue. In addition, after tooth extraction, the vessels open into the oral environment, which cannot be completely sterile, and fuse with saliva. In such a situation, the existing acute inflammation can interact with blood elements and spread throughout the body from the extraction site, which is adjacent to very important vascular nerve bundles in the head and neck region.

Another reason for the use of antibiotics before and after tooth extraction is the patient’s systemic condition and medications.

Infective endocarditis is the most important complication that can occur with bacteremia (distribution of bacteria into the body through the blood) that occurs during various dental procedures. Infective endocarditis is an infection of the inner lining, valves or vessels of the heart and is an important life-threatening disease. If treated in a timely manner, there is a 100% chance of recovery from a first episode of endocarditis, whereas the risk of death is high in cases diagnosed late. Even today, despite the development of advanced antimicrobial therapies, the mortality rate when this infection occurs remains significant.

Given such risks, tooth extractions should be postponed in the presence of acute inflammation. A prophylactic prescription should be prescribed to help dissipate the acute inflammation and eliminate the risk of infectious endocarditis. Not all people with acute inflammation at the extraction site will develop such complications. The important thing is to know the diseases that are in the high risk group for the development of the condition we call infective endocarditis and to take precautions. For example, patients with prosthetic heart valves or children with heart disease should definitely take antibiotics before any bleeding dental procedure, whether or not they have acute inflammation.

When you consult your doctor for any dental treatment, filling in the information form about your general health will be enough for your dentist to take the necessary precautions for the smallest possible complication.

Just cleaning the inside of the mouth is not enough. Teeth want to function as well as brushing. You can brush your teeth as much as you want, brushing 5 times a day is still not enough. As long as the teeth do not function, there is no complete cleaning. We can exemplify this as follows. Just as our muscles melt and become weak when they don’t work. In the same way, when our teeth do not function, despite brushing, a layer of plaque forms on them and tartar accumulation is seen over time. In short, tissue that does not function atrophies.

All tissues in the mouth are tissues that should work in unity. When a problem starts in one place, the whole system starts to have problems. For example, suppose you have a cavity in the lower right area. When you eat with that area, food gets into the decayed area and causes pain. There is no problem when you eat with the other side. Then you say you can manage with this side. You postpone getting your filling. But the changes in your mouth will start to cause you more discomfort over time. Because you eat on one side, your jaw joint will be unevenly loaded and your joint will be damaged. Tartar buildup will form on the teeth in the unused area. As a result, you will need to have other treatments for a cavity. The right thing to do is to have your decay treated as soon as possible without damaging the whole system.

Patient Reviews

Beyza Nur Çakır
Beyza Nur Çakır
Dişçi korkum olduğu için dolgumu sürekli erteliyordum. Keşke ertelemeyip Dt. Murat beye daha önceden gelseymişim. Eli gerçekten çok hafif hiç ağrı hissetmedim. Kesinlikle korkmadan gidebileceğiniz bir hekim kliniğin hijyeni de en üst seviyede.
Murat hoca Diş Fakültesi açsa hiç düşünmeden 2 evladımı da öğrencisi olarak gönderirim. Tüm ailemizi diş muayenesi korkularımızdan arındırdı. Israrla tavsiye ediyorum.
Fatoş Yılmaz
Fatoş Yılmaz
Merve hoca çok guleryuzlu ve çok başarılı bir hekim. Gecenin bir yarısı gidip mızmızlık yapmama rağmen o kadar naif ve kibar yaklaştı ki gerçekten çok memnun kaldım böyle doktorlar iyiki var ❤️
selim cabir
selim cabir
Çok profesyonel ve işinin ehli çalışanlardan oluşan profesyonel bir ekip. Diş önemli. Bu konuda güven duyabileceğim klinik burası diyorum. Ana diş gibi sağlam ve kullanışlı implant yaptılar. İşleri güçleri rast gitsin. Tekerlerine taş değmesin.
Nuri Yiğitoğlu
Nuri Yiğitoğlu
Ankara'dan İstanbul'a gittim. 2 implant yaptırdım. Bütün çalışanları güler yüzlü ve Profesyonel. Murat hocam zaten işin ehli. Başarılar diliyorum.
Ecem Merve Okay
Ecem Merve Okay
Neredeyse 6 senedir hem ilaç allerjim hem de korkum yüzünden ağzımda sağlam diş kalmamıştı. Kıdem Diş Polikliniğiyle tanıştığım günden beri o kadar mutluyum ki anlatamam. Personellerinin ilgisi,temizliği hepsi harika. Ben Murat Hocada tedavi görüyorum ama tüm hekimlerinin çok iyi olduğuna eminim. Süreci hiç uzatmadan ve gereksiz işlemlerle vakit kaybetmeden tedaviyi planlayıp başladık. Tedavilerden sonra ağrı kesici içme gereği bile duymuyorum. Murat hocanın eli o kadar hafif ki ağrı çekmek mümkün değil. Hem dişçi korkumu yendim hem de ağrılarım kesildi. İyi ki diyorum sadece????
Burak Yilmaz
Burak Yilmaz
Çalışanlar son derece nazik ve güler yüzlü. Ağrısız ve hızlı bir şekilde dişimdeki problemleri ortadan kaldıran Murat Hoca’ya çok teşekkürler...