Dr. Arash Hakhamian is a General Dentist, Endodontist, Orthodontist and Periodontist serving the West Hollywood area for more than 5 years. Dr. Hakhamian is experienced in Lumineers, Dental Implants and ...
Education and Training
Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree 2005
University of California Los Angeles AEGD 0
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Founding Members Global Dental Implant Academy -
- General Dentistry
- Root Canal
- Dental Bonding
- Dental Crowns
- Emergency Dentist
- Teeth Whitening
- Tooth Colored-fillings
- Dental Implants
- Smile Makeover
- Snap On Smile
- Delta Dental Plans Association
- International Congress of Oral Implantologists
- American Dental Association
- Los Angeles Dental Society
- California Dental Association
- World Academy of Ultrasonic Piezoelectric Bone Surgery
- Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity
- International Academy for Dental-Facial Esthetics
Dr. Arash Hakhamian's Practice location
West Hollywood, CA 90069Get Direction
Los Angeles, CA 90007Get Direction
SOUTH GATE, CA 90280Get Direction
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Get to know General & Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Arash Hakhamian, who serves patients in Los Angeles, California.
Dr. Hakhamian, known as “Dr. Arash”, is a widely recognized and respected doctor of dental surgery in private practice in Los Angeles, California. He focuses his time and energy in teaching dentists advanced clinical procedures and providing life-changing dentistry to his patients locally and internationally. Dr. Arash also serves as a consultant and teacher to current dentists on how to improve the efficiency and standards of their practice to better serve their patients. While no office is perfect and no operation is without flaws, Dr. Arash hopes to share his experiences with other dentists both from what he has learned from others, as well as from what he has learned from his own mistakes.
Dr. Arash comes from a family of medical doctors and dentists. He sees the mouth and oral health as one integral piece of a connected system, affecting and working with other parts of the body. The longstanding tradition of community service and philanthropy exemplified by previous generations in his family motivated Dr. Arash to continue his heritage helping to better the lives of others through the practice of medicine within the field of dental surgery.
Dr. Arash’s passion for dentistry began as a child where he spent much of his childhood hanging out and helping out in his father’s dental office. His passion for public service was influenced by his mother’s affiliations with a multitude of charities and service programs to help others in need.
Dr. Arash was a three-sport varsity athlete in high school. He graduated with top departmental honors, Latin honors, and college honors with nearly a 4.0 GPA from UCLA. He was immediately accepted to one of the world’s best dental schools – the USC School of Dentistry, where he graduated with honors and received one of the most prestigious awards as the top student in caring for patients with advanced medical and physical disabilities.
Dr. Arash had the honor and privilege of studying under the mentorship of Dr. Stanley Malamed (world leader in emergency medicine and anesthesia), Dr. Pascal Magne (world leader in biomimetics and aesthetic dentistry), Dr. Hessam Nowzari and Dr. Homa Zadeh (world-leading surgeons and periodontists), and Dr. Glenn Clark (world-renowned figure in orofacial pain and oral medicine) – amongst others. After his graduation from the USC School of Dentistry, Dr. Arash was accepted to the renowned UCLA AEGD Department.
After establishing his own rapidly growing practice in Beverly Hills, Dr. Arash spent the next several years traveling around the world and training under some of the world’s best surgeons. In doing so, he became uniquely capable of evaluating, diagnosing, and restoring a patient’s dental needs from beginning to end with consideration to the interdisciplinary approach of holistic dentistry. As such, he has been sought out by high profile patients such as the Saudi Arabian
royal family, international political figures, top businessmen, and celebrities alike. Most notably, Dr. Arash has a growing list of dentists who seek him as their own dentist.
Dr. Arash is one of the founding board members of the Global Dental Implant Academy (GDIA) – an international organization based on the principle of teaching other dentists advanced surgical procedures such as implant placement, soft tissue grafting, bone grafting, and guided-bone regeneration.
Dr. Arash has teamed up with leading surgeons such as Dr. Jin Kim (UCLA periodontist), Professor Dong-Seok Sohn (leading international surgeon and oral maxillofacial lecturer), and Dr. Tony Daher (professor of prosthodontics) to train and educate other dentists on how to place and restore implants for the benefit of their patients. He also teaches for several implant companies both locally and internationally, promoting the advancement of implant systems to his students.
Currently, Dr. Arash is a proud member of the American Dental Association, the California Dental Association, the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, the Los Angeles Dental Society, the Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity, the World Academy of Ultrasonic Piezoelectric Bone Surgery, and the International Academy for Dental-Facial Esthetics – amongst others.
Dr. Arash is working on his first book titled “The 10 Dental Commandments”. He is also in collaboration with several other dentists on promoting a more holistic and bio-compatible alternative to traditional dentistry with the use of lasers, non-metal restorations, and stem cell therapy.
Dr. Arash takes great pleasure in providing his services for free as a volunteer with various local and international organizations around the world. He sponsors life-saving dental missions to Guatemala, Mexico, Korea, Vietnam, Belize, Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Jordan, Israel, and many other countries where he donates his time to help underserved communities with free dental services. Locally, he donates his time with the “Special Olympics,” “Ayuda,” “Doctors without Borders,” “Give Kids a Smile Foundation,” and many other worthy organizations to help bring free dental care to those who cannot afford it. Dr. Arash also sponsors numerous “Free Emergency Care Days” one day every quarter of the year in his downtown office where he treats anyone in pain for free.
Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. As a general & cosmetic dentist, Dr. Hakhamian has the skills needed to complete an array of commonly performed dental procedures that are simple or complex in nature. His interests include bone regeneration and reconstruction with the use of the patient’s own growth factors extracted from their own blood and then used to aid in the regeneration of autogenous bone to gain both vertical and horizontal bone height.
Dr. Arash takes pride in his ability to speak multiple languages coupled with a degree in Anthropology from UCLA, thereby allowing him to communicate and understand patients from various ethnicities and cultures. He also takes great pride in providing life-changing “anti-aging” cosmetic dentistry to promote a younger and more vibrant appearance to patients from around the world seeking his expertise in 21st-century cosmetic dentistry.
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