Upgrade to a Flawless Smile With Designer Dental Implants

Thanks to technological advancements in implant dentistry, these popular tooth replacements can now permanently fit into your smile and function just like your natural teeth. You can bite, smile, talk, laugh, and sing confidently while your new teeth stay precisely in place.

Implant Dentistry With Dr. Glosman: Why Get a Regular Implant When You Can Get a Glosman Implant?

See why patients rave about their dental implants in Beverly Hills. If you need dental implants, look no further than the absolute best practitioner in the Beverly Hills area. Dr. Glosman’s years of dedication and expertise will ensure your experience at our dental studio is not just a positive one but also a relaxing and rejuvenating one.

Think of your visit to our dental studio more like a visit to a dental spa—all of our guests are VIP at Dr. Glosman’s in Beverly Hills whether you’re here for a simple filling or a beautiful new Glosman designer dental implant.

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What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants provide the supportive framework for replacement teeth, functioning as artificial tooth roots. They are a lasting and durable solution for patients with missing or declining teeth because they function just like natural teeth in terms of how they look, feel, and fit. 

Dental implants can be used to replace one tooth or many. Your oral surgeon can replace a full arch of teeth on both the top and the bottom if needed. The titanium in the implant fuses with the jaw bone over time, creating a solid anchor for replacement teeth with no slippage or unwanted movement as is common with dentures. Additionally, patients are able to eat all the foods they normally enjoy and smile freely with confidence.

Dental Implants have Three Components:

The implant 

This is the titanium screw that replaces the tooth root and permanently fuses with the jawbone.

The abutment 

This is the support piece that will hold the new tooth or set of teeth.

The crown

This is the visible replacement tooth, typically made from zirconium or porcelain. 

What Are The Benefits
of Dental Implants?

  • High-quality titanium materials
  • Restored confidence
  • Enhanced stability
  • Natural appearance
  • Improved function
  • Durable and long-lasting results
  • Enhanced oral health
  • Customized treatment plans
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What Are Your Dental Implant Options?

Your choices for dental implants are almost unlimited. You can replace one tooth, a few teeth, or your entire upper or lower set of teeth. Contact us to learn more about what may be the right option for you.

Single Dental Implants

A single dental implant is ideal if you have one missing tooth. In this procedure, we will install one tooth and top it off with a crown that looks just like the rest of your natural teeth.

Multiple Dental Implants

If you're missing more than one tooth and the surrounding teeth are healthy, we will most likely place two new teeth and attach appropriate crowns. Your new implants will be surrounded by your natural teeth and should be indistinguishable.

All-On-Four and All-On-Six Dental Implants

If you need to replace a complete set of teeth, we typically go for an option known as All-on-four or All-on-six. In this procedure, we install an arch of teeth that looks & feels natural. All-on-four and All-on-six are great options as convenient alternatives to dentures.

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The Dental Implant Experience

If you're already missing a tooth, we can move straight to preparing for the replacement. If you have a badly damaged tooth or old dental work that needs to be removed, we'll address that and start the new treatments as soon as you recover.

Once you are ready for placement of implants, we will insert the anchor—in some cases, we may have to do a bone graft to ensure your jaw has enough stable bone to support the new tooth. Afterward, we will put a temporary healing cap on the new tooth to let it heal. As your body heals, your natural bone cells fuse with the anchor—one of the reasons they are so strong and durable.

Getting Your New Teeth

After you've healed, we install the abutment, which is the base that will hold your natural-looking crown. Healing time for this part of the procedure is minimal ( 6 months of healing time for implants placed in the upper jaw and 4 months of healing time for implants placed in the lower jaw). After the healing time has passed is it is closely followed by attaching the crown securely to the abutment. The result is a gorgeous new tooth—or teeth—that looks and feels natural in every capacity.

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How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

The cost of getting dental implants at our dental studio here in Beverly Hills depends on your situation and requirements. An in-person examination of your mouth and a consultation allows us to estimate potential costs accurately.

We believe that cost and affordability should not stand in the way of getting needed dental work. We are invested in meeting your dental needs and will go out of our way to help you find the most optimal options.

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Your Private Consultation

The first step to any potential tooth replacement procedure is a consultation. This is your chance to ask Dr. Glosman and his team any questions about dental implants and what to expect in the short and long term. It’s also an excellent opportunity to discuss the cost of undergoing any treatments you need. During your appointment, we will create a patient-centered treatment plan that will be used to shape your dental experience should you choose to undergo any of our dental services. Part of your personalized treatment plan will look at your payment options, including financing.

Before & After Dental Implants

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Coming to Our Beverly Hills Studio for Your Dental Implants

Once you get your dental implants at our Beverly Hills dental studio, you'll likely forget they are even there as they require little to no additional maintenance and feel completely natural and secure. You may not realize they’re there until you look in the mirror, that is—when you do, you’ll see a smile you love.

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Dental Implant Patient Testimonials

Today, we completed the tooth implant process and it has been a life change for my husband. Also, Dr.Glosman has an excellent office staff!


My entire experience at Dr. Glosman's office was amazing. They made me feel so relaxed for the entire process of getting my new implants.


I have gone through the process for delta implants, and yesterday was the completion of the process. I am overwhelmed with the results.


Dr. Glosman went out of his way to make a stressful tooth extraction and implant seem like a simple teeth cleaning.


Additional questions about our dental implant treatment?

We would love to discuss anything related to dental implants—use the contact form on the right to submit any question, and we’ll be happy to respond with an answer.

You can also call our office directly at (310) 273-2215 to speak with us.

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Dental Implant FAQ

How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

What’s the Difference Between All-on-4 and All-on-6 dental implants?

Can I Get Dental Implants If I Have Jaw Bone Loss?

Do Dental Implants Last Forever?

Are there any risks or complications with dental implants?

How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

Many factors influence the total cost of dental implants, including your general oral health, the quality of the implant material, and much more. The average price of a single dental implant is between $3,000 and $6,000.

What’s the Difference Between All-on-4 and All-on-6 dental implants?

The All-on approach works best for those who need multiple tooth replacements on the upper or lower jaw. All-on-4 uses four dental implants, while All-on-6 uses six dental implants.

Can I Get Dental Implants If I Have Jaw Bone Loss?

Yes, you can still get dental implants despite jaw bone loss. Patients have more options than ever before, thanks to our state-of-the-art treatment options. Read our guide to getting dental implants despite jaw bone loss.

Do Dental Implants Last Forever?

Dental implants are considered the longest-lasting dental restoration treatment.

Are there any risks or complications with dental implants?

While dental implants are generally safe, like any surgical procedure, there are risks involved. Potential complications include infection, implant failure, nerve damage, and sinus problems, but these are relatively rare and can be minimized with proper care and professional expertise.

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