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With his 25 years of experience, Ed Dagan, owner of E.D. Dental Laboratory in Reseda, continues to improve his practice and satisfy a wide range of requests. Recently, Dagan has been honing his skills on combination cases, those involving fixed and removable features, noting the special importance of cosmetic appeal. "It takes a lot of knowledge and experience to know how to space teeth and place attachments in order to create a natural looking prosthesis," Dagan explains.

"Many crown and bridge labs just do them without allowing for adequate space for the teeth to be placed." Often dentists call upon his expertise to help them with a particularly difficult bite so that the resulting denture will function comfortably. "It is especially important to consider the placement of the appliance," Dagan says, "and it is important to put the appropriate amount of stress and retention on the proper tooth in order to create longer-lasting functionality."

Dagan also has a specialized technique to create hidden wires in temporary acrylic partials. Patients prefer this technique over more traditional methods for cosmetic appeal. "This is something that is hard to do, but definitely pays off for the dentist and patient. I really enjoy creating something artificial that simply looks natural and works for everyone", Dagan insists. As well as providing quality combination removable crown and bridge work, E.D. Dental Laboratory also specializes in implant combination cases, such as fixed detachable and clip-on dentures.

Ed has developed an eye for choosing the correct attachments where they are necessary, and designing the fixed detachable with skill and careful calculation. In this way, he ensures that the teeth will be as aesthetically pleasing as possible.

WHAT WE DO

We provide high quality service to our patient we use top of the line equipment and material. Our lab is specialized in Denture Rebase, Relines & Repairs for Affordable Adjustments. Our goal is to get you feeling comfortable again to chew rigorously and smile without embarrassment.

Rebase:

Rebasing is a procedure in which the denture base material is replaced by new material.

Repairs:

If your denture is broken, chipped or cracked, we can often restore it to its original condition.