Dr Andre Eliasian, Denturist

Dr Andre Eliasian

Dentist

1249 W., Glenoaks Blvd Glendale, CA, 91202

About

Dr. Dr Andre Eliasian is a Dentist practicing in Glendale,, CA. Dr. Eliasian specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others.

Dr. Andre Eliasian is an award-winning Dental Professional, an active community volunteer, and owner of Elite Dental Group Corporation. Dr. Eliasian has a Doctorate in Dental Surgery and has a reputation helping his patients achieve “the perfect smile” by restoring missing and damaged teeth using the latest in Dental Implant technology – the best choice for a natural smile.

His professional career started with an Undergraduate Degree in Biology at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) in 2007 and he earned his advanced degree – Doctorate in Dental Surgery – from the prestigious New York University (NYU) in 2013.

Dr. Andre Eliasian is an active member of multiple dental affiliations, including the California Dental Association (CDA) and the American Dental Association (ADA). Dr. Eliasian is a member of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the American Academy of General Dentistry.

At his core, Dr. Andre Eliasian’s glaring passion is to help out his patients. He constantly seeks out the latest, most efficient methods and techniques in the industry. He also works fervently to stay ahead of the latest advances in dental care and participates in regular educational seminars and advanced training courses in cosmetic, implant, and restorative dentistry. It is because of Dr. Eliasian’s dedication for improvement and growth in a variety of dental technologies, treatments, and procedures that his patients receive the most modern, efficient, and effective general and cosmetic dental care available.

Education and Training

New York University Doctorate in Dental Surgery 2013

Provider Details

Male English, Spanish
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  • The Problem of Tooth Sensitivity

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  • What To Know About Mini Dental Implants

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  • What is a Flipper Tooth?

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  • A Warm Welcome To Our Office

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  • What happens if you have a dead tooth?

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  • The Pain Management of a Dead Tooth

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  • Things To Know About Oral Sedation - Pros and Cons

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  • How Long Does It Take to Get a Dental Bridge?

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  • How to Floss a Dental Bridge?

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  • Factors That Could Affect A Root Canal Treatment

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  • The Reasons Behind Dental Implant Failure

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  • Immediate Tooth Pain Relief: Emergency Dental Care

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  • Sugar Causes Cavities and Destroys Teeth

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  • What Is Gingivitis? Symptoms and Causes

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  • Reasons Behind Teeth Grinding At Night: Aspects To Know About

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  • Learn More About Dental X-Rays

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  • 11 Brushing Habits that can Damage Your Gums and Teeth

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  • How long does dental implant pain last?

    Dental implants are metal posts or frames that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums. Once in place, they allow your dentist to mount replacement teeth onto them. Extractions – site preservation extractions -- are the least desired of procedures and are the last diagnoses we would like to make. To heal it faster, follow these points: -Take it easy. Rest at home, avoiding physical activity -Use ice -Eat soft foods -Take prescribed antibiotics -Keep your mouth clean -Brush carefully -Eat foods rich in vitamins A and C. These vitamins support the healing process. READ MORE

  • How long does it take to recover from a tooth extraction?

    Teeth removal or tooth extractions is one of the common dental surgeries. In most cases, it can take up to 2 weeks to recover after tooth removal. Looking after the wound properly can help a person to heal as quickly as possible. READ MORE

  • Can gingivitis lead to long-term damage?

    Gingivitis is considered as a common and mild form of gum (periodontal) disease that causes redness, irritation, and swelling of a person’s gingiva, the part of gum around the teeth’s base. It is a form of gum disease that takes place when plaque, a naturally-occurring sticky film persisting bacteria, builds up on the teeth and creates the inflammation of the surrounding gum tissue. Plaque is responsible for producing toxins which irritate the gums. It can cause the gums to become inflamed, developing them red or puffy, and even causing them to bleed. These injurious plaque bacteria can even result in creating issues beyond gingivitis like weakened tooth enamel. It is very important to take care of your gum line even with regular brushing because a healthy mouth starts there. Prevention from diseases like gingivitis is necessary as an institution has stated a report that this dental condition is linked with an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, and stroke. Though, it hasn’t been shown to cause them. Read More for WHAT IS GINGIVITIS? SYMPTOMS AND CAUSES OF GINGIVITIS : https://elitedentalg.com/what-is-gingivitis-symptoms-and-causes/ READ MORE

  • Would I need a root canal for my cavity?

    Any dentist can decide only after an evaluation of your teeth. It’s very similar to a routine filling and can usually be completed in one or two appointments, depending on the condition of your tooth and your personal circumstances. Getting a root canal is relatively painless and extremely effective. You’ll be back to smiling, biting, and chewing with ease in no time. Saving the natural tooth with root canal treatment has many advantages: -Efficient chewing -Normal biting force and sensation -Natural appearance -Protection of other teeth from excessive wear or strain READ MORE

  • How can you get rid of a cavity without going to the dentist?

    You can't get rid of a cavity without a doctor, but you can do preventive measures. Cavities or tooth decay can have an adverse effect on your dental health. Some measures which a person can use to keep away from dental caries or tooth decay include: 1. Brushing daily for at least two times with toothpaste that have an appearance of fluoride is a good option to advance for. Also, try to drink water that contains fluoride. 2. Frequent between-meal eating is responsible for exposing the teeth to a constant acid assault, so try to limit snacks of any type. 3. Making a limit of starches in the diet can help in preventing tooth decay as it creates an acid surrounding in the mouth. 4. Make a visit to the dentist’s office once every six months for a dental exam to save yourself from cavities as well as other problems. Read More : https://elitedentalg.com/importance-of-oral-health/ READ MORE

  • Why does my jaw hurt when I wake up in the morning?

    Your jaw is hurt because you are grinding your teeth at night. It happens because of stress in day to day life. Although this is not a serious problem, in this condition, it's distinguished by pauses in breathing that put off air from flowing into or out of the airway of a sleeping person. Those who face sleep apnea are awakened frequently in the night time gasping for breath, occasionally over 50 times per hour. But the thing is that such awakenings are not remembered as they are of a few seconds only. Those who contain untreated sleep apnea contain a risk of getting diabetes, depression, hypertension, stroke, reflux, arrhythmias, etc. The good thing for people affected with this problem is that it can be treated. Those who snore loudly, particularly those who have been monitored to have momentary lapses in gasping or breathing for air, need to consult this problem with their dentist to check whether they’re having sleep apnea. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Dental Implant technologyDental SurgeryDental Implant technologyDental SurgeryDental treatments

Professional Memberships

  • California Dental Association (CDA  
  • American Dental Association  
  • International Congress of Oral Implantology,  
  • American Academy of General Dentistry.  

Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors

  • California Dental Association
  • American Dental Association

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Glendale,, CA 91202
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