He was born in Bakırköy, Istanbul.
He completed his primary education in Bakırköy Kartaltepe Primary School.
Graduated from Istek College of Science.
He completed her undergraduate degree at Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry.
He has been the chairman of the Board of Dentista Healthcare Group since 2015.
He is a member of Aesthetic Dentistry Association.
He participated in various local and national channels.
He continues his career at Nişantaşı, Göktürk and Gaziosmanpaşa branches.
It causes gum inflammation when the food accumulated on our teeth is not cleaned. This will cause gingival bleeding and bad breath. Regular daily brushing has a very important role in preventing bad breath.
2. Dental Caries
Untreated caries form cavities on the teeth. Nutrient residues accumulated on these cavities will lead to severe bad breath.
3. Dental Stones
There are bacteria and nutrient residues in the structure of the dental stone. Uncleaned tooth stones and bacteria that grow on it cause bad breath.
4. Not brushing the tongue
In some individuals, the indentations and protrusions on the tongue can be deep. In such a case, nutrient residues on the tongue will cause bad breath.
5. Unsuitable Prostheses
Prostheses which are not compatible with soft tissues in the mouth and do not have enough polish cause nutrient accumulation and infection in gingiva. Intraoral prostheses must be very well polished and in perfect harmony with the gums.
6. Tobacco Products Use
Smoking reduces saliva flow rate in the mouth. This increases the growth of bacteria in the mouth. Growing bacteria cause bad breath.
7. Alcohol Use
Alcohol triggers the formation of odor because of dry mouth. Alcohol reacts in the body to form components that will cause bad breath.
Diabetes can cause the formation of acetone in the mouth. Diseases such as reflux, gastritis, stomach ulcers lead to bad breath. Respiratory tract infections and kidney diseases can also cause bad breath.