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Ecem Şivet DDS Ph.D.

Pediatric Dentist



''Our aim is to create a fun clinic environment where children feel happy, peaceful, and safe during their dental treatment.''

  • Primary (Milk, Deciduous, Baby Tooth) Teeth Treatments with Needle-Free Anesthesia Method (Digital Anesthesia)

  • Primary Tooth Filling Treatments (Composite, Compomer, Equa)

  • Primary Tooth Root Canal Treatment

  • Amputation Applications (Treatment of Severe Decayed Teeth)

  • Stainless Steel Crown (Coating) Applications

  • Child Dental & Maxillofacial Development Disorders - Removable Appliances

  • Placeholder Appliances for Early Missing Teeth

  • Preventive Dental Treatments


Fissure Sealer (Tooth Polish)

The most effective method of preventing caries is to brush the teeth regularly and correctly at least twice a day. Apart from this, some protective applications effectively prevent caries development. Studies show that 4 out of every 5 caries lesions occur on the chewing surfaces of the posterior molars. This is because of the deep recesses on the covers of these teeth. It is challenging for the toothbrush's bristles to reach the bottom of these deep recesses and clean these areas. Fissure sealant application, as "Tooth Polish" among people, is a protective dental treatment in which the molars' pits and grooves of the chewing surfaces are covered with a fluid-filling material. Fissure sealants are applied once; they do not need to be repeated. However, they should be checked regularly (Once in 6 months).

Flour Applications (Enamel Protector)

Fluorine is an element that prevents tooth decay and strengthens the structure of teeth. Since the enamel is not fully mature in the first eruption of the teeth, newly erupted teeth are generally less resistant to caries and are prone to caries formation. Fluoride strengthens the enamel, protects the tooth against acid attacks, and thus helps prevent the formation of dental caries.

As a result of the deepening of caries in the teeth or the impact of the teeth, the pulp tissue (dental pulp), which gives vitality to the tooth, nourishes it, and contains its nerves, is damaged and becomes inflamed. Root canal treatment is a procedure to treat severely damaged or inflamed teeth. Treatment includes removing the tooth's damaged pulp tissue (dental pulp), cleaning it, freeing it from bacteria, and filling it with filling materials again. The most common causes of such damage to the pulp are a cracked or broken tooth, deep caries, or the exact tooth that has been treated multiple times. The term root canal treatment originates from cleaning the canals inside the tooth roots in the treatment in question.





As Welldent Kids, we offer special thematic treatment and a playroom for children. In all departments of our pediatric clinic, unique cleaning products are used against the allergy risks of our little patients. The sterilization unit is completely separated from the Welldent adult clinic and operates independently. X-rays are taken from our little guests using special devices with reduced radiation dosage. Only children's radio and cartoon TV are broadcast in sections such as the waiting room and treatment room. Our clinicians are specially trained and approved by the Ministry of Health, Pedodontists - Pediatric Dentists. Our assistant staff consists of staff who have received special training in pediatric psychology.

As Welldent KIDS, we want to ensure that all our little guests treated in our clinic do not experience "Fear of the Dentist" throughout their lives.

The tree bends when it is old. Therefore, we apply protective and preventive dental treatments so our children can gain awareness of oral and dental health and lead caries-free life.


The child is recommended to meet the first dentist and have a dental check-up as soon as the first milk teeth erupt (between 6 and 9 months). This is the first dentist visit; As the child gets used to the environment, the assistant staff, and the dentist, it will enable them to worry less about dental treatments in the future. With 6-month check-ups, your doctor keeps the child under follow-up, can warn the family about wrong eating habits, and raises families' awareness about caries-protective practices.

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