DENTORDU Oral Dental Health Outpatient Clinic
As The Private Dent Ordu Dental Polyclinic, we give importance to people’s happiness and their genuine,happy smiles. The reason is because we think that it’s the biggest richness in life.
Therefore, we don’t consider ourselves as just a clinic which finds solutions to teeth problems; but as a clinic that you will remember for a lifetime with your lasting happy smiles along with your mouth and teeth health.
Safe and quality treatment
An innovative approach and right treatment practice in each phase of the treatment by following up with newest technology
High Quality Equipment
All treatment equipment from the smallest medical material to appliances being recognised by the world…
A detail as important as the treatment is the comfort,calmness and serenity of the clinic and its ability to give a sense of hygene.
What To Do For Your Health
The toothbrush should not be wetted. Putty the size of lentils should be squeezed. At a 45 degree angle, the teeth should be brushed from the front faces by making circular movements from the gums to the teeth. Brushing all teeth from the front teeth towards the back teeth should be considered. In the same way, the back of the teeth should be brushed. The back faces of the front teeth should be cleaned by holding the brush upright. In the final stage, the chewing faces of the teeth should also be cleaned with back and forth movements. This way, brushing should be stopped.
It is normal to have swelling in the surgical procedure area after the operation. To minimize this swelling, ice compresses should be applied on the first day following the operation. The patient can apply the ice bags in his hand over the cheek for 5 minutes and rest for 5 minutes.< br > the first 2 days after the operation are critical. These days, avoid hot food and drinks as they may increase the risk of bleeding. It is also not recommended to take a shower on the first day.< br>for the first 2 days after the operation, soft foods should be preferred and excessive pressure should be avoided.
Root canal treatment is often completed in 1-2 sessions according to the problem seen in the tooth. After treatment, it is common for the patient to feel discomfort in the tooth for the first 2-3 days. The patient may use painkillers in light of the advice of the dentist.
In some cases, the patient may need to use antibiotics to support treatment. The patient may return to his normal life after treatment, however, he should not eat any food until the numbness in the tooth and the area has passed.
When the braces are first installed, a slight pain may be felt, but often not seen, as they apply a certain amount of force to the teeth. It is a subject that varies from person to person. The change felt within 2-3 days will return to normal continuous and severe pain is out of the question. If we want the pain to be very low, we need to maintain the braces very well