Who is a Pediatric Dentist?

Pediatric Dentistry is a branch of dentistry specializing in the oral health of young individuals. To become a Pediatric Dentist, after the completion of five years of dental education, it is necessary to complete 3-4 years of intensive specialization training. This specialization training allows the development of knowledge and skills about the needs of newborns, children and adolescents (including patients with disabilities and special needs) and to gain sufficient experience on this subject.

We, pediatric dentists, are interested in the full oral and dental health of children. Good oral health is one of the most important parts of body health, and it is even more important for those under the age of 18 who are in this developmental period. We give children the habits necessary for them to have a healthy mouth and teeth structure. We focus on preventive treatment approaches and early diagnosis and treatment of dental disorders, and we do this by following the latest developments in dentistry.

A pleasant visit to the dentist will help build your child’s lifelong trust and confidence in the pediatric dentist.Our aim, along with our other staff, is to help children have a good feel-good visit and to educate them about how to protect their teeth.

From the design of our clinic to our communication style, everything is our main goal – the best for your child.

Prevention of tooth decay

The following are necessary for the formation of dental caries; 1) teeth, 2) bacteria, 3) sugars or carbohydrates, and 4) time. We share with you information about how to strengthen teeth, prevent colonization of bacteria, develop healthy eating habits and what is the role of time in caries formation. Tooth decay is the most common infectious disease in the world. Visiting us early will help you avoid unnecessary caries and dental treatments (at least twice a year).

Pediatric dentist communities continue to develop new techniques for the prevention of caries and the treatment of oral diseases by constantly researching. Studies have shown that children with poor oral hygiene have poor school performance, poor social relationships, and low achievement in their later years. Children who have pain due to caries have a negative impact on their ability to learn by losing their concentration in school-related work.

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