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Dr. Günay has completed an accredited Dental Implant Mini Residency program. She is placing implants to replace missing teeth. Dr. Günay would be happy to meet with you to discuss a treatment plan to assess if you are a good candidate for implant surgery. She will carefully examine your mouth and take x-rays of your head, jaw and teeth to find out if dental implants are right for you.
Who can get dental implants?
If you are in good general health, have healthy gums and have enough bone in the jaw to hold an implant, dental implants might be right for you. If your jawbone has shrunk or if it has not developed normally, you may be able to have a bone graft to build up the bone. A bone graft is a way of adding new bone to your jawbone. Your dentist will tell you if bone grafting can be done.
How dental implants are done
A dental implant is inserted into the jawbone.
An abutment is attached to the implant.
The abutment connects the artificial tooth to the implant.
An artificial tooth is attached to the abutment.
Properly fitting the artificial tooth may take several appointments.
A fixed bridge is anchored to dental implants to replace one or more teeth.
A fixed bridge is anchored to dental implants to replace all teeth.
Caring for my dental implant(s)
Because dental implants are placed in the jawbone, artificial replacement teeth attached to implants look and act much like natural teeth. Like natural teeth, implants need to be kept clean using a toothbrush and floss. Your dentist will show you the proper cleaning procedure for implants. Regular dental checkups are important so your dentist can make sure that your bite is right and that your implants are not loose.
What else should I know?