WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Westlake Village dentist, Dr. Philip Shindler, offers dental implant restorations that can transform a smile with natural-looking results, Dental implants are a healthier, more natural way to replace lost teeth than other methods. These titanium screw-like devices are implanted into the jaw and allowed to heal so that they create an artificial tooth root that can be used to support the prosthetic tooth or teeth.
About Dr. Philip Shindler
Dr. Philip Shindler is a popular Westlake Village dental implants expert who grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa, and attended WITS University, from which he earned his DDS. After immigrating to California in 1981, Dr. Shindler completed a post-graduate training program at UCLA and passed the dental boards. In 1983, Dr. Shindler began practicing in California, and he has worked in the area since 1987. He completed an advanced training program and achieved advanced certification in dental implant restoration through Nobel Biocare. Dr. Shindler is a member of the California Dental Association, the American Dental Association and the Alpha Omega Dental Society. He volunteers his services to the Wildlife Way Station, where he performs animal dentistry, and he is an avid outdoorsman who regularly cycles, hikes, skis and plays tennis. Dr. Shindler, Westlake Village dental veneers expert, offers a variety of cosmetic dental treatments as well. Visit http://www.cosmeticdentistwestlakevillage.com to learn more.
Implant restoration refers to the final step in the implant process. Once patients have had their implants placed, they may be able to choose from a variety of restorations, including porcelain crowns, dental bridges and dentures. Dr. Shindler can help each patient choose the most appropriate restoration for his or her needs.
Porcelain crowns offer a restoration option that is nearly indistinguishable from natural teeth. Not only do they look like the patients' own teeth, but they also feel, act and can be used just like natural teeth. They can even be brushed and flossed with the other teeth. Dental bridges can replace several teeth when used with dental implants, and by using dental implants, there is no need to alter healthy teeth on either side of the gap. When dental implants are used with dentures, they provide added security and stability for the dentures while preserving healthy bone tissue through adequate stimulation.
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