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Scott Larson, CDT · January 14, 2012

I'll buck the trend and say "D". If you truly are quality, and have a known reputation, I say build upon that and set yourself apart from others. Gain even more education , i.e.Lab Day :-) hands on courses, and most of all become indispensable to your nearby accounts, as in custom shades, evaluating your work in the mouth, understanding cements, bonding etc. to be a resource for them. On the other hand, if you are hurting for work, what the others here are suggesting are good points.

Posted January 14, 2012

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