Dental Treatment

Virus Protection Begins in the Mouth!

How Can Dental Treatment Be Done During the Pandemic Period?

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the world, causing us to live in an order we are not used to. Our daily routines have changed, we cannot do the activities we do routinely. Our dental treatments, which we thought were not compulsory and urgent, were also suspended. According to experts, one of the most important instruments in fighting the virus is to protect our oral and dental health.

Let’s not forget that we will not be successful in the fight against the virus if we continue to delay and delay the treatments related to our oral and dental health in these days when we switch to a controlled normal order.

Avoiding Treatment Causes Tooth Loss

One of the negative effects of the pandemic process in our country was the disruption and postponement of oral and dental health treatments. Both physicians, healthcare professionals and patients choose the way of avoiding treatment by considering the possibility of encountering the virus, and by applying hearsay and unfounded methods on their own, they risk their oral and dental health even more. Even a simple filling that is not done can result in root canal treatment or tooth loss. A possible inflammation that will occur due to untreated treatment can mix with the blood, wake you up at night, and reduce your body resistance by causing fatigue. In short, the treatment you postpone to protect yourself from the virus may weaken your immune system and bring you closer to the virus.

How Can Dental Treatment Be Done During the Pandemic Period?

Postponed treatments can cause your body resistance to decrease. In order to avoid such a situation, dental treatments must be completed and one should not hesitate to go to the dentist in case of any complaints. In the pre-pandemic period, the operations already carried out in a sterile environment can be carried out by taking more stringent measures during the pandemic period. After the completion of the procedure, the examination rooms can be made ready for the next patient by fogging with a special device using hypochlorous acid. In addition, dental instruments can be made suitable for reuse with the help of an autoclave that provides sterilization using high heat. Physicians using FFP2 and even FFP3 masks, if possible, and wearing a visor during treatment will greatly prevent possible infection transfer between the patient and the patient. In this process, it is one of the applications that can be useful for oral and dental health centers to work with an appointment system in order to avoid the density and crowd.

As Kent Dental Centre, we inform you that these measures are seriously applied in our clinic and that these practices are applied in treatment preferences, and we recommend that you pay attention to the full implementation of the said measures in the clinic you will go for treatment.

Dental clinics are establishments that provide services within high sterilization conditions due to the nature of the procedures performed. When combined with the conditions required by the pandemic process, we will perform your dental treatment under high-level hygiene conditions. We are working by appointment only during the pandemic. Click to make an appointment.

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