Arthrocentesis is a minor surgical procedure that is commonly used to treat TMJ disorders. TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, is the junction between the skull and the mandible and is responsible for locking, clicking, popping, and grinding movements that can be painful and uncomfortable. Some common causes of TMJ disorders include teeth grinding (bruxism), injury or trauma to the jaw, stress on the jaw, and arthritis of the jaw joint.

Arthrocentesis is an invasive procedure that involves draining fluid from a joint to relieve pressure and reduce pain and swelling.

Yes, Arthrocentesis is performed in Turkey at dental clinics and service providers such as Estedian.

The cost of Arthrocentesis in Turkey can vary depending on several factors such as the type of joint being treated, the extent of the procedure, and the location of the dental clinic. Generally, dental procedures in Turkey tend to be more affordable compared to other countries. Estedian offers competitive pricing for Arthrocentesis and other dental procedures.

At Estedian, a dentist or oral surgeon will numb the joint area with local anesthesia and then use a small needle to remove excess fluid from the joint. The procedure is generally quick and relatively painless, and patients can return to their normal activities shortly after the procedure.

Arthrocentesis can be performed in Turkey for a wide range of reasons, including accessibility to skilled dental practitioners, cutting-edge technology, and low cost. Additionally, Turkey is a well-known location for medical tourism, giving visitors the possibility to combine their dental procedure with a relaxing holiday.


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