Edina Dentist, Dr. Manuel Englander
Dr. Manuel Englander is a full-service family and cosmetic dentist, practicing in Edina, MN, who is fully-trained as a prosthodontist. He focuses on high-end restorative and complex cosmetic procedures including veneers, implant dentistry and replacement of multiple missing teeth.
Dr. Englander received his Masters degree in Prosthodontics from the University of Minnesota in 1988 and his DDS from the Unitec University in Mexico City in 1985.
As his team member can attest, Dr. Englander strives for excellence in all that he does. He participates in hundreds of continuing education courses with a focus in cosmetic, implant, reconstructive, and preventative dentistry to provide the best care for each of his dental patients.
|Voted Top Dentist! 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2015, 2016 – Read more >>
And by Minnesota Monthly in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Dr. Englander’s was interviewed by MSP Magazine:
Dental Implants Expert Featured In MSP Magazine, “Top Dentists”
Replacing a lost tooth is a big deal, and no one wants to go through the procedure twice. Thankfully, there have been major improvements to the quality of dental implants in recent years.
“In the past, dental implants were done in many different designs, but there was a high rate of failure,” says Manuel Englander of Englander Dental (pictured). “Now companies have developed fantastic materials and designs that make the process significantly easier, not only for dentists but also for patients.”
New dental implants include a mix of titanium and other strong alloys. The screws connect to a porcelain crown that goes on top.
The implants have several benefits. First, they have minimal impact to your surrounding teeth. “In the past, you often had to damage teeth on either side in order to place an implant or bridge,” Englander says. “Now you don’t have to touch surrounding teeth.” Second, dental implants help maintain the bone structure beneath your teeth. Third, the implants are stronger and feel more natural than they did in the past. “You can replace a lost tooth with an implant that looks and feels just like a natural tooth,” Englander says.