Los Angeles Dental Implants Can Change Lives
Living in Southern California can be extremely demanding. The pace can be hectic, careers can be stressful, and there’s no getting around the fact that this is a highly appearance conscious metropolis. Dr. Peiman Soleymani of Beverly Hills Periodontics & Dental Implant Center understands that most people who need Los Angeles dental implants have a great deal riding on the success of their procedure, not only their oral and overall systemic health, but also their careers and personal lives.
As a leading dental implant specialist Los Angeles area patients turn to, Dr. Soleymani has helped countless patients overcome the discomfort, inconvenience, and social stigma of tooth loss with up-to-date treatments and implants that consistently obtain outstanding results. For patients who suffer from ill fitting, unstable and uncomfortable dentures, an All-On Four procedure is offered. With this technique, four or six dental implants are placed while a fixed prosthesis is delivered to the patient on the same day. With this technique, an immediate transition of an unstable removable denture is made to a fixed prosthesis in matter of hours. Moreover, when a front tooth is in need of a replacement with a dental implant, it can be an emotional journey. Currently, a removable appliance is made as a temporary for several months up to a year before a crown is placed on the dental implant. However, at Beverly Hills Periodontics & Dental Implant Center, we use the very latest in cutting edge dental implant technology. These advances allow for many front tooth cases to have a fixed (provisional) restoration over a single dental implant on the same day. This way, the need for a removable appliance is not necessary.
Of course, Beverly Hills Periodontics & Dental Implant Center offers other services. For patients who suffer from gingivitis or more severe gum problems, Dr. Soleymani is widely regarded as a leading Los Angeles periodontist who can help patients overcome such issues as halitosis (bad breath), bleeding, tooth pain – and potential tooth loss associated with diseases of the gums. To find out more, call us at the number above or reach out to us by e-mail.