Frank Poerschke, MDT, and Robert Sarno, CDT, RDT, offer an easy, systematic model analysis concept that provides important information for the ideal tooth...See more setup taking into consideration the respective atrophy of the jaws without the use of complex devices, instruments or a specific type of articulator....
Typically, setting four to six goals are about as many as can be effectively handled. Then, setting at most three to four priority actions for each goal should represent the most important and timely actions that must be taken to achieve the goal. – George Obst.
LMT Original Research © 2016
84 South Main St., Newtown CT 06470
203-426-4LMT · 203-491-2300 (fax)
LMT Communications delivers the business strategies, information, dental laboratory news and education that dental laboratory decision-makers need to succeed. Through LMT Magazine and our LAB DAY shows, LMT works to advance excellence in dental technology, enhance the products, services and communication of dental technicians, and give lab owners and managers the tools they need to flourish. Learn More »