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Core3dcentres NA and Keystone Dental Inc. are pleased to announce that the two companies have entered into a unique partnership. Under the agreement, Core3dcentres NA will manufacture and distribute custom milled components for Keystone Dental’s TiLobe Connection of Prima, Genesis, and MAX-TL Implant Systems. This will create a streamlined operation, linked together by an Internet portal, which integrates the digitized patient data and facilitates the flow of information from clinician—to lab—to the Core3dcentres milling center. The end goal: enhanced efficiency between the clinician and lab, and satisfied patients with individualized esthetic custom abutments on their implants.
Core3dcentres NA is ISO 13485:2012 and continues to undergo a rigorous certification process (including machined samples, material handling and product training) to ensure their Milling Centers are meeting the high standards and quality levels that Keystone Dental demands.
To further their goal of producing the most innovative, high quality products in the dental industry, Keystone Industries has announced they have acquired Harry J. Bosworth, a company dedicated to producing top-quality dental materials since 1912.
The Bosworth Company, a business that has been committed to the improvement of the dental world on the practitioner side, is excited to join forces with another leader in the United States dental manufacturing industry. Customers of these two internationally recognized companies will receive extensive access to unique dental products.
Milly Goldstein, President of the Bosworth Company said, “By blending our strengths, the laboratory and dental trade markets we serve will benefit from a greater continuity of service and products. We are truly excited about this endeavor and look forward to the projects we can accomplish together.”
Keystone and Bosworth will bring together more than 200 combined years in the dental manufacturing business,...
As a part of continuing expansion into the dental manufacturing business, Keystone Industries has announced they have acquired Enamelite, a company with leading product designs using nano-particle size technology to produce spray ceramics and powders for dental use. With this acquisition, Keystone strengthens their role as a leading manufacturer for the dental industry, able to deliver more high-quality patented products that Enamelite has to offer while maintaining their well-known, quality reputation.
James Vinson, one of the main managing partners for Enamelite, suddenly passed away in March of 2013, delivering a shock to the entire company and everyone that knew him. In order for the legacy of Enamelite’s modern technology to live on, partnering with a leader in the dental field such as Keystone Industries promises to ensure that its legacy continues. The Enamelite company structure will stay intact, as the formula that has been created and legacy of the company will continue...
On June 27th, Knight Dental Group, Inc., the fastest growing network of high quality dental laboratories in North America, announced the completion of a 100 percent equity investment in Thompson Suburban Dental Laboratories, Inc., one of the largest full service dental laboratories in the Mid-Atlantic United States and a leader in Dental Implant Solutions. This transaction was completed on June 1, 2016.
The recent acquisition will strengthen Knight’s presence in the North Eastern US which began with the acquisitions of Astor Dental Studio, Lema Dental Laboratory and Regal Technologies in the New York area.
“With the completion of the Thompson Suburban acquisition, we have established a stronger presence in a major dental market in the US eastern corridor. We are pleased to welcome our new Thompson Suburban team and grateful to have the leadership of William (Bill) Grill, CDT in our Senior Management Team” said Warren Rogers, CEO of Knight Dental Group.
KOREA DAEGU TECHNOPARK BIO INDUSTRY CENTER is a government organization that offers assistance to Korean labs that want to expand their services to the U.S. market. It helps Korean labs communicate with U.S. dentists and assists in other areas like transportation, advertising, translation and tax issues.