Immaku.com – What is ‘Turkey teeth’, the latest trend. A new dental cosmetics trend known as “turkey teeth“, which involves traveling abroad to have teeth beautified, has become extremely popular on social media platforms. It reportedly gained momentum after celebrities and influencers like Katie Price, Kerry Katona and Jack Fincham were spotted traveling to Turkey to have veneers placed.
This has led many dentists in the UK to warn people of the dangers involved, with several patients complaining of painful complications including dying or rotting teeth, excessive pain and in some cases crowns instead of veneers.
The British Dental Association (BDA) surveyed 1,000 dentists on dental tourism and found that “95 per cent of dentists said they had seen patients who had traveled abroad for dental treatment. Of these, 86 percent say they have treated cases where complications have arisen.Crowns have been identified as the treatment most likely to require follow-up, closely followed by implants.”
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While many fly to Turkey for cheap dental work, experts argue there are several hidden costs. “Two thirds of dentists said it costs patients at least £500 to repair damaged teeth. More than half said it cost more than £1,000. One in five of these dentists said the cost was over £5,000,” the BDA explained.dr Explaining the trend, Suman Yadav, Head of Dentistry at Healing Tree Hospital Indrapuram, Ghaziabad, said: “’Turkey teeth’ is a new term for the very white, incredibly square and attractive teeth that are loved by millennials and social media users who are people living abroad , mainly in Turkey, are said to have “turkey teeth” .”
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People who choose “turkey teeth” have several options to choose from: shape, quality and shades Jadav.”It has been speculated that this procedure can be very painful,” the expert told indianexpress.com, listing several potential complications of performing this procedure.
*swelling and redness
*irritation and swelling in certain areas
The ideal preparation for any cosmetic dental surgery procedure is good dental hygiene, shared Dr. Yadav with . Follow these tips:
- Make frequent appointments for dental exams and teeth cleanings before any surgery of this type.
- Avoid smoking prior to oral aesthetic surgery, although permanent smoking cessation is strongly recommended.
- Limit your intake of foods high in sugar and acid, as these substances damage tooth enamel. Tooth decay is caused by these acids. Tea, coffee and acidic fruits can damage tooth enamel.