Exceptional Solutions to a Common Problem

With nearly 50 percent of all adults suffering from some form of periodontal disease, it is one of the most common ailments affecting Americans today. At Beverly Hills Periodontics & Dental Implant Center, Dr. Peiman Soleymani guides our staff in performing the most cutting-edge treatments to help patients with periodontal disease in Beverly Hills. In addition to basic preventative care, Dr. Soleymani also provides surgical and non-surgical treatments that have been proven effective in strengthening gum health.

As a periodontist Los Angeles patients turn to when they need these vital treatments, Dr. Soleymani also knows the importance of proper chairside manner and patient care. Patients so highly recommend Beverly Hills Periodontics & Dental Implant Center both because they know that they will be cared for and comfortable during their visit, but also because they know they will walk away with exceptional results.

In addition to a host of effective periodontal treatments, Dr. Soleymani also performs the dental implants Beverly Hills patients count on for a complete and beautiful smile. Whether a patient needs a single implant, or a whole set of new teeth, Dr. Soleymani can maximize results, and minimize pain as well as the required number of implant sites for full set replacements. Dr. Soleymani now offers non-metal Zirconia implants for those who have metal allergies or are otherwise averse to having metal implants placed in their body. This is just one of the many considerations that the team at Beverly Hills Periodontics & Dental Implant Center makes to deliver quality care while keeping patients comfortable and at ease.

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