Beverly Hills Dentist, Parsa Zadeh DDS, Offers Comprehensive Periodontal Treatments

Parsa Zadeh, DDS

Beverly Hills, CA, Oct. 11, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dr. Parsa Zadeh, a leading Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist, offers comprehensive periodontal treatments. Periodontitis is the most common cause of tooth loss and can have significant effects on a person's dental health. Although highly preventable with good dental hygiene and health habits, periodontal disease affects a majority of American adults.

About Dr. Zadeh, Dentist Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills dentist, Dr. Parsa Zadeh, was named "America's Top Dentist" by the Consumer Council of America in 2008. He has more than two decades of practice and teaching experience and is a Fellow of the International Academy of Oral Implantology and of the Academy of General Dentistry. After graduating with honors from the College of Dental Surgery, Manipal, he completed his residency and passed the dental boards among the top 2 percent of candidates. He has continued his education in aesthetic dentistry, advanced restorative techniques and other courses and programs so that he can continue to provide his patients with superior, personalized service.

Periodontal disease is caused by oral bacteria. They thrive in plaque, a biofilm that accumulates on teeth daily. Good brushing and flossing habits can usually keep gums healthy and bacteria under control. However, some patients may be more sensitive to oral bacteria, including women who are experiencing hormonal fluctuations, smokers and people with compromised immune systems. Dr. Zadeh, Beverly Hills crowns expert, offers a variety of periodontal treatments for each stage of the condition so that patients can enjoy renewed gum health.

Beverly Hills dentist, Dr. Zadeh, offers both surgical and non-surgical treatments. Non-surgical treatments may be used for all stages of the disease and are often sufficient to treat milder forms of periodontal disease. Non-surgical options include scaling and root planing, which is a deep cleaning procedure, and treatment with antimicrobial mouthwashes or topical products. Antibiotics can also be used to control bacterial growth. When advanced periodontitis is present, Dr. Zadeh may recommend surgical treatments that are designed to reduce the size of periodontal pockets and rebuild lost bone or gum tissue. Although the effects of advanced periodontitis cannot be reversed, gums can be restored to health, and the teeth can often be saved.

Dr. Zadeh offers a variety of cosmetic dental treatments as well, including Zoom whitening, porcelain veneers and smile makeovers.






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