Regardless of whether you are ready to schedule your dental implant procedure or are still in the process of researching if dental implants are the best solution for you, ClearChoice Dental Implants White Plains is here to guide you through the process. Dental implants provide a permanent base for fixed replacement teeth, making them a popular and effective solution for missing or failing teeth. Unlike dentures or bridges, dental implants fit, feel, and function more like your natural teeth.
When left untreated, gum disease can increase your risk of conditions like stroke, heart disease, and cancer: therefore, it is important not to delay gum disease treatment. ClearChoice Dental Implants White Plains looks forward to assisting you in finding a comfortable and permanent solution to your dental issues and putting you on a path toward renewed oral and overall health.
Dr. Evan Perler received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Vermont in 2007 and earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery from the New York University College of Dentistry in 2015. Dr. Perler completed a general practice residency at the Brooklyn VA Hospital in 2016 and earned his specialty certificate in prosthodontics at the Manhattan VA Hospital in 2019.
In addition to being a key member of the team at ClearChoice Dental Implant Center in White Plains, Dr. Perler also has experience in the execution of complex fixed and removable restorative dentistry, pre-prosthetic surgery and implant placement. Dr. Perler has also been involved in academics for five years as well. He worked as a clinical instructor for the pre-doctoral and post-graduate residency training programs at the University Of Vermont Medical Center. During his time, Dr. Perler taught laboratory procedures, appropriate treatment plans, execution of care, and oversaw prosthetic treatment.
In his free time Dr. Perler enjoys hiking, traveling and cooking.
“It is amazing to see how addressing dental problems can completely transform a person’s life, it is a great honor to take part in that process.”