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Because I can fit 4-5 inlays into one pressing with a small ingot, then my ingot price is down to $4 or $5 per unit. Not rocket science, but because...
The only way I know to accurately finish an emax inlay is to: 1) Wax up inlay over a lubricated die with die spacer, make a sharpened sprue connected to...
Hamid Lazim · Friday at 1:26 am
Just bring him along. it's easy to get him a badge.
Wilma Peterson · Thursday at 12:50 am
register the same way you did and it will happen it is much easier to register this way then to stand in the long line at a booth to check him or her hope...
Sofia Vallejos · Thursday at 12:32 am
Hi!, first have to register with her/his email, like you did it, I register one friend with me but It was the only way that I have, hope the info help you ☺
According to LMT's 2013 Dentist Survey, lab owners are sometimes hesitant to raise their fees, fearful of losing the account. Yet 53% of dentists surveyed feel it’s reasonable for a laboratory to increase prices once a year by an average of 3.3%. Twenty-nine percent think an increase—an average of 4.6—every two years is more acceptable.
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