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Teeth Cleaning in Istanbul

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While most of us think that a tooth cleaning is just a matter of brushing teeth and visit in a local dental practice when we encounter some dental

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Implant Clinic Istanbul

Istanbul, Turkey
TDB - Turkish Dental Association TTB - Turkish Medical Association TAOMS - Turkish Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
FROM€ 51
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Tanfer Dental Clinic

Istanbul, Turkey
1 review
ISO 9001:2000 - International Organization for Standardization TDB - Turkish Dental Association TTB - Turkish Medical Association
FROM€ 70
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Dentram Dental Clinic

Istanbul, Turkey
10 reviews
ISO 9001:2000 - International Organization for Standardization TDB - Turkish Dental Association TTB - Turkish Medical Association
FROM€ 80
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Medical Park Goztepe Hospital

Istanbul, Turkey
3 reviews
JCI - Joint Commission International EMBT - European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ISCT - International Society for Cellular Therapy
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14 reviews

Teeth Cleaning Cost in Istanbul

Cheapest Teeth Cleaning price in Istanbul is € 51. Average Teeth Cleaning cost in Istanbul is € 67 where prices can go as high as € 80.

With FlyMedi, you can connect with 4 Dentistry centers in Istanbul that are offering Teeth Cleaning procedures.

Prices listed on this page are the average price for Teeth Cleaning. Clinics may require more details regarding your medical condition in order to provide you with a personalized Teeth Cleaning quote. For a more accurate Teeth Cleaning price quote, please click HERE.


Istanbul is the biggest city in Turkey and In Europe, according to population – it has over 14 million inhabitants. Istanbul is Turkey’s financial, cultural and healthcare hub – it’s the city with the most JCI accredited private hospitals. The city spreads on both sides of the Bosphorus – The strait that divides the Marmara Sea and the Black Sea. Istanbul also connects Europe to Asia forming a very interesting mix, both gastronomically and culturally.

Over 11 million tourists visited Istanbul in 2012, making it the fifth most popular tourist destination in the world.

Sights to See

The Blue Mosque
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also called the Blue Mosque incorporates Islamic architecture and Byzantine Christian elements in its design. It is considered to be the last great mosque of the classical period. The Mosque got its name from the 20,000 Iznik blue ceramic tiles used to line its interiors. The Blue Mosque is also the final resting place of Sultan Ahmed which commissioned the building in 1609, with work finishing in 1616.

Basilica Cistern
The Basilica Cistern is one of the most popular tourist sites in Istanbul. The Cistern is huge, with a total of 336 columns arranged in 12 rows. It was built in order to store water during the Byzantine time – in the 6th century. Most of the columns feature decorative carvings, as they were re-used from other classical-age structures. Some of the most interesting columns on the site are the Medusa stones, in the north-west corner of the Cistern.

Topkapı Palace
Topkapı Palace is one of the finest examples of Islamic art and architecture. The palace itself was built by Mehmet the Conqueror in the 15th century and has been the residence of Ottoman Sultans for over 400 years. The palace is a vast complex of richly decorated courtyards and rooms. The palace features a Harem, the Imperial Treasury room, the Imperial Council Chamber, the Second Court, the Third Court (the Sultan’s private rooms) and the Palace Kitchens. The palace became an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985 and has been described as “one of the best examples of palaces of the Ottoman period”.

Tourists can enjoy a wide range of shopping centres and bazaars such as the Grand Bazaar, the Egyptian bazaar and many modern shopping malls all around Istanbul.

Things to Know

● Tourists arriving in Istanbul will be required to purchase a tourist Visa – the procedure can be easily done online or at a visa machine before the immigration section of the airport. The Visa costs around 20 USD.

● There are 3 main airports in Istanbul. Hazerfen Airport is a private airport with limited traffic. Atatürk Airport is located on the European side of Istanbul and Sabiha Gökçen Airport is located on the Asian side of Istanbul. Usually planes land at the Atatürk Airport (IATA:IST) which is just 20 km from the city centre. From there a visitor can take a taxi to Taksim Square for around TRY60. Tourists can also use a local airport service called Havataş which runs express bus services every 30 minutes for around TRY11 to Taksim Square and Aksaray.

● Food and drink at the airport is quite expensive and may cost 4 times more than in the city. It is advisable to bring your own meals from the town if you have a lot of waiting to do at the airport. There is also a supermarket close to the airport metro entrance where you can buy reasonably priced food and drink.

● You can change any sort of currency into the Turkish Lira (TRY) just about anywhere across Istanbul. Most shops and supermarkets also accept credit cards for payment.

● Roaming fees in Turkey are expensive, but you can simply buy a new SIM card when you reach Istanbul and use it for the duration of your stay.

● Istanbul has a humid subtropical climate, so the summer months are generally warm and in winter temperatures differ from place to place.

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Teeth Cleaning

While most of us think that a tooth cleaning is just a matter of brushing teeth and visit in a local dental practice when we encounter some dental problems, it is not sufficient if we want to have white and healthy teeth. Most of the dentists recommend periodical deep teeth cleaning, performed in a dental office as a way of avoiding future dental problems. For patients who did not so far encounter any significant issues with dental health, it is suggested that they should have their deep dental cleaning every six months, while people with periodontal disease and other similar medical conditions should have it even more often.

Teeth Cleaning Candidates

All people who care about their dental health should undergo periodical deep teeth cleaning apart from other dental procedures. A teeth cleaning allows you to maintain healthy teeth for many years to go.

Am I Suitable for Teeth Cleaning?

If you give importance to your dental health you should consider deep teeth cleaning. In this way, you can avoid later visits to a periodontist and struggle with many serious teeth problems such as periodontal disease. However, if you do have problems with the immunological system, you should inform your dental hygienist about it and with big probability, you will have an antibiotic prescribed before your dental procedure.

Preparing for Teeth Cleaning

There is no preparation for deep teeth cleaning. It is enough that you set up a meeting in dental clinic of your choice.

How is Teeth Cleaning Performed?

A deep teeth cleaning involves usually an examination by a dentist. Then comes plaque removal with specific tools. Despite frequently brushing teeth, still, some plaque may accumulate, especially in places hard to reach. In the next step of teeth cleaning, a dental hygienist is brushing teeth with special toothbrush and toothpaste. Then your teeth are flossed and finally – undergo a fluoride treatment, aiming at protecting patient’s teeth from potential dental problems. If your teeth health is already damaged and the periodontal disease develops, there may be two or more visits necessary.

Teeth Cleaning Summary

Duration of Operation

30 to 60 minutes

Minimum Stay

1 - 2 days

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Hospital Stay

Outpatient procedure

Number of Trips Abroad

1 trip

Teeth Cleaning Recovery

Recovery from teeth cleaning is not really complicated. It is enough to follow your dentist’s advises, including usually not brushing teeth in first days or at least doing more in a more delicate way than normally. Additionally, a dental hygienist may prescribe you an antibiotic and medicines suppressing bleeding from gums.

Teeth Cleaning Risks and Complications

There is a risk of infection as a result of small wounds created during plaque removal. However, dentists usually suggest taking antibiotics in order to avoid such a possibility. There are no other known risks and complications of deep teeth cleaning.

Teeth Cleaning Side Effects

Short-timed increased teeth sensitivity belongs to the most popular teeth cleaning side effects. However, dental hygienists suggest products which help to minimalize it. It usually passes after several days from this dental procedure.

Teeth Cleaning Success Rates

While it may take more than one visit in dental practice to achieve full deep teeth cleaning, this procedure always ends up with satisfying results. Plaque removal and thorough dental cleaning significantly increase the chances of your enjoying healthy teeth for many years to come.

Before and After Teeth Cleaning

While deep cleaning is not primarily focused on achieving white teeth, plaque removal and other dental procedures performed during it surely results in nicer, healthy teeth.

Teeth Cleaning FAQ

How Often Should I Have Teeth Cleaning?
It is suggested that you should visit your dental clinic at least once in six months for deep teeth cleaning in order to enjoy healthy teeth and avoid dental problems.

Why Do I Need Teeth Cleaning if I Am Brushing Teeth Every Day?
Brushing teeth is not a perfect way to maintain healthy teeth. A deep tooth cleaning is a dental treatment which allows cleaning areas normally hard to reach with a toothbrush. Additionally, once plaque settles on your teeth, only plaque removal with deep teeth cleaning remains a reasonable solution.

How Many Times do I Need to Visit a Dentist For Teeth Cleaning?
It is up to the state of your teeth. If you have healthy teeth and no serious dental problems, it may take even one visit to the dental office. However, if your teeth are in a bad shape, you may need to visit more, up to four times.