Welcome to Gendler Implant Center, where you can discover the pinnacle of excellence in Dentistry. With extensive experience in implant placement, Dr. Joseph Gendler has established a remarkable track record of success, having placed thousands of dental implants throughout his career. His unremitting commitment to staying at the forefront of dental techniques and technologies enables him to deliver exceptional results that surpass patients’ expectations. At Gendler Implant Center, we are dedicated to transforming lives through the power of dental implants, helping our patients achieve their dream smiles and regain their confidence with precision and expertise.
Dr. Joseph Gendler is a dual trained board-certified dentist with advanced training in dental implantology and cosmetic and sedation dentistry. Upon graduating from the Tver Medical Institute of Russia and the New York University School of Dentistry, Dr. Gendler became one of only five dentists in Minnesota that are diplomates of American Board of Oral Implantology, Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, and part of the American Dental Association. Dr. Gendlers continued education of professional knowledge and advanced technologies has made him one of few dentists to gain world-class proficiency in each of the disparate fields of implantology, functional esthetics, and sedation dentistry before founding Gendler Implant Center in 1998.
Dr. Tiwana is a PERIDONTIST and Dental School Gold Medalist with 3.85 G.P.A, and ranked first in her dental school class, graduating with Residency honors. She has been practicing general dentistry for seven years, and periodontology an additional five years. She volunteered at SOS Children’s Village and Service for the Blind.
Dr. Tiwana believes you treat your patients like you would want to be treated! Her goal is to answer all their questions about proposed treatments, and make sure patients are relaxed during their care. Her patients are her highest priority!
Dr. Goulding grew up in a small town in North Dakota and attended the University of North Dakota, graduating with honors. He attended dental school at the University of Minnesota, graduating in 2007. After this, to further refine his skills and knowledge, he completed a general practice residency at the VA Medical Center in Minneapolis.
Dr. Goulding is committed to informing his patients of their conditions, treatment needs, and treatment options, all in a very thorough and comfortable manner. Dr. Goulding offers a wide range of comprehensive and restorative dental procedures for both adults and children including: crowns and bridges, root canals, tooth-colored fillings, dentures, and extractions.
Dr. Lauren E. Ta, DDS, PhD, joins Gendler Implant Center with diverse experience in General Dentistry. Dr. Ta also has extensive experience in, and a passion for, treating patients with temporomandibular disorders (TMD/TMJ) and pain associated with TMD. Dr. Ta has years of advance experience in clinical pain research, TMD and Orofacial Pain Management, and Molecular Neuroscience.
Minnesota native, growing up in White Bear Lake, Dr. Ta attended and graduated from University of Minnesota, first with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, then to the University of Minnesota, School of Dentistry where she received her DDS degree.
Dr. Galina is a caring and compassionate person who genuinely cares for each patient and places their individual oral healthcare needs above all else. Her comprehensive and conservative approach includes careful treatment planning and ensuring patients are fully informed and comfortable in making decisions about their care.
Dr. Galina graduated magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota with a B.S. degree in Biology. She received her Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree at the University of Minnesota with an award for Excellence in Clinical Endodontics and Outstanding Achievement in Oral Biology. Following graduation, she gained advanced dental training in treating medically complex patients by completing the General Practice Residency at MHealth/University of Minnesota Medical Center.
At Gendler Implant Center, we combine our comfortable, accommodating atmosphere with our advanced dental technologies to provide exceptional care. Our completely customizable treatment plans allow Dr. Gendler to design unique and personalized smiles that fit your dental needs and wants in just a few visits.
Dental implants offer a superior and permanent solution for replacing missing or damaged teeth. This highly recommended treatment is particularly beneficial for individuals with multiple dental issues, as it provides a long-lasting and natural-looking result. By restoring both the functionality and aesthetics of the smile, dental implants help patients regain their confidence and enjoy a healthier, more complete oral structure.
Periodontal Disease stands as the primary culprit behind bone loss in the oral cavity. However, with modern advancements, there are alternative methods available to secure dental implants for a deficient jawbone. While some individuals may lack the necessary 7 mm of width and 8 mm of height for traditional implant placement due to bone atrophy, there’s no need to worry. At Gendler Implant Center, we employ cutting-edge bone graft techniques to effectively rebuild lost bone and utilize innovative approaches to anchor implants to the cheekbone, ensuring optimal outcomes for our patients.
When implants fail, they often take precious bone tissue with them. We have successfully restored numerous cases of implant failure by employing advanced techniques. Our comprehensive approach involves replacing the failed implants with state-of-the-art alternatives, performing bone graft procedures to regenerate lost bone, and utilizing innovative implant anchorage methods to the cheekbone or Zygomatic bone. We understand the challenges faced by individuals dealing with failed implants and are committed to providing effective solutions that restore oral health and rejuvenate smiles.
When individuals lose one or a few teeth, whether they are adjacent or not, we have effective solutions for restoring their smiles. We can address this issue by placing multiple single-implant teeth next to each other, providing a seamless replacement for the missing teeth. Alternatively, we offer implant bridges, which involve placing a few strategically positioned implants that serve as anchors for the bridges. These innovative approaches enable us to create functional and aesthetically pleasing results, helping patients regain their confidence and enjoy a complete set of teeth.
Single implants are a type of dental implant that is used to replace a single missing tooth. They are made of titanium and are surgically placed into the jawbone. Once the implant is in place, a crown is attached to it to create a new tooth. Single implants are a permanent solution for missing teeth and can help to improve your smile, speech, and chewing ability.
Our team at Gendler Dental Group is transparent about our treatments and will provide personalized solutions for your oral health needs and smile goals. We’ve created a list of common questions in Hopkins, MN that our patients ask about dental implants, and we encourage you to review them before scheduling a consultation with us.
We truly believe that dental care doesn’t have to be like traditional dentistry once was, which is how our personalized approach integrated with decades of experience and advanced dental technology keeps patients coming back to our dental office. We invite you to experience dental care like never before here at Gendler Implant Center. We think you’ll love your new smile!
Built on the principles of honesty, integrity, and respect, our compassionate dentist, Dr. Gendler makes your dental needs his main focus. Undivided attention, personalized care, and customizable treatment options from a dentist that is both talented and exceptional is our standard of care, and we are dedicated to exceeding your expectations from the moment you walk into our office.
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