LMT taps into the expertise of 20 laboratory owners and managers from all size labs who’ve successfully incorporated digital technology into their operations, offering real-life experiences and tips on what we all wish we would have known before taking the plunge.
Nearly three quarters of respondents to LMT’s exclusive 2014 Wage Survey have taken cost-cutting measures related to personnel in the last two years, citing unpredictable workflows, pricing pressure from dentists and other low-cost labs, and an increase in business costs.
Are you ready to take the plunge and invest in your own digital equipment? Going digital was the name of the game at NADL Vision 21 in Las Vegas in January where speakers offered tips on how to incorporate new technology into the laboratory.
Read/Understand/Follow Prescription Forms Experience in fit/finish metal frames from both standard casting and CAD/CAM procedures Experience finishing margins under 10x microscope Capable of finishing 4-6 units per hour Ability to polish metal collars on completed PFM restorations Ability to...
Read/Understand/Follow Prescription Forms Able to wax full contour Anterior/Posterior Cosmetic Smile Design and diagnosic wax-up experience is a plus Ability to work in team environment | work well with others | appreciate deadline culture Lab hours: standard, 8:00 – 5:00. Nonstandard,...
According to LMT’s 2012 Fee Survey, 42% of laboratories have more than one fee schedule. Here are the top three reasons why: (1) 48% Lower fee for high-volume clients; (2) 39% Fees for “high-end” restorations are higher than ones for conventional ones; (3) 39% Fees for “economy” restorations are lower than those for conventional ones
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