The Los Angeles Periodontist Los Angeles Loves

At Beverly Hills Periodontics & Dental Implant Center, we know that beyond your smile’s appearance, you want a smile that lasts.  While some dental issues might initially appear to be superficial problems – a little minor discomfort or a small amount of redness on your toothbrush — could show an important underlying problem with gums that can lead to much more severe issues if not quickly addressed. In that case, you may find you need a Los Angeles periodontist to help you achieve a truly healthy smile – and at Beverly Hills Periodontics & Dental Implant Center, Dr. Peiman Soleymani and his team have the skills you need.

A great many of the patients we see at Beverly Hills Periodontics & Dental Implant Center have moderate to severe gum disease. This can impact how healthy teeth look and feel – both above the gum, where others could see, and below the gum line. You may start with simple, nonsurgical procedures like scaling and root planning, to clean out pockets of disease in the gums. Within weeks, your gums will heal and you may notice an overall improvement in your teeth and gums. In some more extensive cases, our dental implant specialist Los Angeles patients know and recommend may help you with implants to replace teeth and to prevent bone loss in the jaw. Implants have many additional benefits, including far greater convenience and the fact that, in pretty much every way, they perform exactly like natural teeth.

When searching Los Angeles dental implants or periodontal specialists, you want to work with the best. Beverly Hills Periodontics & Dental Implant Center is here for you.

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