What is Postmodern?

What is Postmodern?

Postmodernism refers to a socio-cultural and literary theory and a change of perspective that manifests itself in social sciences, art, architecture, literature, fashion, communication and technology.

The term postmodernism means a relationship with Modernism. Modernism was an older aesthetic movement that was in vogue in the early twentieth century.

In fact, this is exactly the concept we are looking for for the aesthetic perception that changes day by day. When we look at the profession of dentistry, this medium where science meets art needs such a concept, such a perspective. When we look at the identity of Leonardo da Vinci, he is a philosopher, geologist, engineer, poet, mathematician, anatomist, musician, sculptor, botanist, painter and many more. Just as the profession of dentistry includes many fields—painting, technology, anatomy, physics, science. When we look at his works; He created his drawings by examining anatomy in detail and using his imagination to the fullest. It is real and abstract.


Clinical Postmodern

Postmodern Oral and Dental Health Polyclinic, which is about the nature of human; was established with the aim of being a center where health meets aesthetics. Treatments in the clinic are carried out by physicians who are experts in their own branches.

So, what distinguishes Postmodern Oral and Dental Health Polyclinic from other clinics? All prosthetic treatments and aesthetic designs performed in our clinic go through the joint decision of the physician, technician and patient. Aesthetic perception is subjective. For this reason, smile design is created with mock up works, digital designs. As in the core of the postmodern, there is no Absolute reality, each patient creates his own true smile.