Any time a patient has a dental problem, there's a chance it won't be a boilerplate fix. The tooth—and its restoration—may be compromised as...See more a result of something completely out of the practitioner's hands. Of course, the ones that get written about are cases in which solutions are within reach but the practitioner lets them slip through her fingers. Sometimes one poor decision turns a routine restoration into an expensive, time-consuming series of additional procedures and discomfort. I think there were two poor decisions made in my case. Check one for the practitioner and one for me. This is my story and it pretty much dominated my summer.
Serving the needs of the dental laboratory community has been Judy's core mission for over 30 years. An industry leader known for her integrity & optimism,...See more Judy understands the needs of the market and develops practical solutions to meet them by instilling a company-wide culture of continual brainstorming that keeps innovation thriving at LMT.
This week I was scheduled to have two posts placed in my crown-lengthened tooth. That didn't happen. Instead of feeling no pain in the tooth, it became...
According to LMT's 2013 Dentist Survey, the top 5 reasons why dentists change laboratories are: - Inconsistent quality/technical problems - Prices were higher than they wanted to pay - Delayed turnaround time - Poor relationship/poor communication - Prescriptions not being thoroughly or carefully read and filled
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