- Larry Borman · Apr 17, 2012
A recent issue of Dentistry Today featured an article, "Dental Lab Registration: Dentists Leading the Way", written by attorney and NADL Chief Staff Executive Eric Thorn, who points out some interesting trends in states that are creating legislation or proposals requiring dental lab registration...A Lab Manager from Manchester, PA · Jun 15, 2012
I'd like to comment on the April and May Letters to the Editor regarding material usage and disclosure documentation for restorations being produced by offshore laboratories and specifically those in China.
As the general manager of ProLab Solutions, Inc., which outsources work to China, I am very supportive of full disclosure as it relates to offshore restorations and would like to provide a counter viewpoint to those who have concerns about the materials being used in China: - Major - but not all...Al Hodges, CDT · Dec 16, 2014
I loved the October Publisher’s Page, “Water, Water Everywhere…And Yet” and the race to the bottom comment! This is exactly one of the reasons we started DTG (Dental Technicians Guild): to combat the downward trend of the U.S. dental lab industry. We connect with other...
Read More1 minute readDevon Howe · Feb 15, 2012
Why is everything made in China? Here are some possible reasons:
People in China work for very little money.
The Chinese work ethic is extremely strong.
The fundamental cost to manufacture products in the U.S. is much higher than China due to: health insurance for employees, business insurance,...