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- Becky Tyre · Management · Nov 2013
Itís a perfect storm heading straight for your bottom line: the economic crisis, new technology, profit erosion, offshore competition and the changing demographics among your dentist-clients make it a challenge to stay profitable. Lab owners share their strategies to help you maintain your profitability.
From the Series: The Changing Landscape of DentistryMaribeth Marsico · The Changing Landscape of Dentistry · Industry News · Sep 2013
The number of large dental practices has risen 25% in just two years, according to the ADA, and although many of them have their own on-site laboratories, they often work with independent laboratories as well. In fact, nearly one-quarter of respondents to an LMT survey say they work with at least one...
- Kim Molinaro · LMT Surveys · May 2013
Despite the fact that many lab owners have been feeling the effects of the economy in many areas of their businesses, the majority of respondents to LMT's latest survey say the implant department isn't one of them.
- May 2012
- LMT Communications, Inc. · Industry News · May 2012
Three-quarters of respondents to LMT's Implant Trends survey say the economy has not affected their implant business; in fact, 68% report it has been "good" or even "booming" over the last two years
- March 2012
- Maribeth Marsico · Management · Mar 2012
Declining profits and the loss of its largest client would send even the healthiest laboratory reeling. But as a result of its customer-focused plan, Jesse and Frichtel Dental Labs in Pittsburgh, PA, has emerged stronger and poised for growth.
- April 2011
- LMT Communications, Inc. · Management · Oct 2008
China has implemented new labor laws and environmental regulations and is changing tax incentives in an effort to pacify citizens and encourage an exodus of factories.
- LMT Communications, Inc. · Management · Apr 2007
LMT explains the application process for obtaining a J-1 visa, which allows overseas technicians to train in U.S. laboratories for up to 18 months.