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Try using the refractouty material made by Vita for feldspathic porcelain. Personally, I prefer using...(more)
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>From custom-milled abutments to hybrid overdentures, LMT's latest Implant Survey covers the market's hottest trends. Thanks to proven, long-term success rates; patient awareness; and technical advances like custom-milled abutments, implant planning software and guided surgery, the implant market...
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Six ways proactive laboratory owners are keeping their customer relationships strong and the cases flowing in.
1. Bring communication to a new level. Using web conferencing for case planning allows real-time communication between you and your clients, making it easier to troubleshoot issues that arise. For instance, Lab Owner Stan Bookstaber, Dentprod, LLC, Marlton, NJ, web conferences with his clients up to...
Lifetime Dedication to the Industry
Our CEO, Stan Bookstaber has been in the Dental Laboratory Industry for over 45 years. He has owned his own successful lab, been a laboratory manager, Was Certified in 1971, administered accredited Implant courses, designed a portion of a Surgical Kit for an Implant manufacturer, authored a monthly Implant column, published several technical articles and holds a United States Patent on an attachment for conventional and Implant restorations. In addition, Stan has always been an innovator when it comes to solving design problems in Implant Dentistry. He has also designed software for case presentation to be used from Laboratory to Dental Profesional and from the Dental professional to the Patient (Our Products "Case Planning"). Stan served as Director of Laboratory Affairs at the School of Dental Medicine at University of Pennsylvania.
LMT’s 2012 Fee Survey shows an increase in the orthodontic sector, where fees have risen a healthy 8% since 2010. In fact, two-thirds of orthodontic laboratories say they've raised prices an average of 5% just within the last year.
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