What are the options when missing multiple teeth?

Part 2: Replacing Multiple Teeth Replacing multiple teeth can be achieved using one of several therapeutic options: a conventional fixed bridge, multiple single-tooth implant restorations, a fixed implant supported bridge, a removable partial denture, or an implant-assisted removable partial denture.  Treatment options vary with individual needs.  Appropriate space, gum tissue, underlying bone and overall health […]

 

Are you a Candidate for a Dental Bridge?

Are you a Candidate for A Dental Bridge?  What is a Dental Bridge?   If you are missing one or more teeth you may be a candidate for a dental bridge. Not only is a gap between your teeth unsightly, but other problems may arise as a result of the missing teeth. Missing teeth is […]

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Continuing Education in the Field of Prosthodontics at the office of Harold J. Gulbransen, DDS

    Today’s constantly evolving dental environment mandates practitioners in the specialty field of prosthodontics stay abreast of the latest techniques and materials available.  New procedures and techniques are always being developed.  To offer the best care possible to our patients, Dr. Gulbransen has taken classes and seminars throughout his professional career.  Ongoing continued education […]

 

Prosthodontists–Specialists in Tooth Replacement

  Prosthodontists: Specialists in Tooth Replacement   If you are considering tooth replacement with dental implants, the first step should be a consultation with a prosthodontist.  Why a prosthodontist?  The answer is simple.  Prosthodontists are the experts in tooth replacement, with two to three years of additional training after dental school in the restoration and […]

 

Do you need Dentures?

On November 12, 2013, in Ceramic Dental Crowns, Dentures, Implants, by Joanne

San Diego Prosthodontics—Specialist in Fabrication of Custom Dentures Do you need dentures?  To see if dentures are an option for you, the best place to start is to schedule a consultation with a prosthodontist.  A prosthodontist is a dental specialist recognized by the American Dental Association with 2-3 additional years of training after graduation from […]

 

E.Max All-Ceramic Dental Crowns Providing Beauty Without Compromising Strength and Durability

On June 2, 2011, in Blog, Ceramic Dental Crowns, Prosthodontic Technology, by Harold Gulbransen

Thursday, 02 June 2011 14:17 E.Max All-Ceramic Dental Crowns   Significant new developments in all-ceramic materials have led to the introduction of the e.max dental crown. Previously, dental crowns made from the most natural appearing materials weren’t as durable as those made of less esthetic materials like gold or other precious metals.