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.
Antibiotic is a life-saving drug group in some cases when used correctly. But the wrong use not only for you but also for the future is very dangerous. The presence of bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics after continuous use of antibiotics may cause antibiotics in the future.
Bacteria used in dentistry are bactericidal, ie they have a lethal effect on bacteria. It is a great mistake to use the body unless it is necessary to kill the beneficial bacteria.
Should I Use Antibiotics Before Teeth Removal?
This is the table that we faced most of the dentists. Our patients want to use drugs to feel safe before the shooting. Contrary to popular belief, the use of antibiotics in dentistry is very limited.
Caries Formation Mechanism
The outer layer of the tooth has three layers of teeth and the protective layer of the tooth is the enamel layer. In this layer where decay begins, the patient feels nothing. The second layer is the dentin layer. In this region, the bruise begins to manifest itself and the patient begins to feel pain in hot and cold. After the dentin layer of the tooth's nerve, which passes to the pulp (self) layer of irresistible pain now begins to give. After the body's response to rotten bacteria, the nerves start to strike against the dental wall, causing severe pain.
The patient feels swelling in the area where the woman has decay and thinks that her face is swollen and wants to use the medicine. In fact, this is the only message you should go to the dentist.
When to use antibiotics?
One of the most important situations is prophylaxis. Prophylaxis refers to the use of drugs to prevent bacteremia before surgical procedures in dentistry. If the patient has a heart valve prosthesis, if there is hereditary heart disease, if he has a history of rheumatic rheumatic disease, he must definitely use antibiotics before the procedure.
If a tooth-borne infection affects the body's system by developing a fever, giving symptoms of fever and weakness, antibiotics should be used in consultation with the physician.
Antibiotic Use After Implant Surgery
The mucosa in the mouth is semi-permeable. It is in constant contact with all beneficial and harmful bacteria. We need to protect our wound area from these pathogens both during and after implant surgery. At the same time, antibiotics are used especially for prophylactic purposes in order to minimize the effect of unknown infection foci in patients who do not meet post-op care criteria and in the body.
What to do with the patient?
Patients should be protected from a surprise pain every 6 months by passing through a regular dentist check. The dentist should share all her past diseases. He must follow his doctor's recommendations