Milling Titanium Implant Bars & Custom Abutments In-House--Part 1: What It Takes to Be Successful

DATRON Dynamics, Inc. · LAB DAY Chicago 2014

About This Clinic

Milling your own titanium implant parts can be very lucrative, but there are a lot of misconceptions about what’s involved. In Part One of this series, Neal Demazure and Jordan Greenberg explain which features are most important when choosing a scanner, CAM software and milling machine to ensure your highest chance of success. Real-life case studies and examples are also featured by Felix Chung.

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Speakers (3)
  • Felix Chung

    President at Imagine Milling Technologies

    Felix Chung is the President/Owner of Imagine Milling Technologies (IMILLING). He started the company in 2011 to provide dental labs with quality and precision-milled restorations and, with a background in aerospace engineering...

  • Neal Demazure

    Account Manager at Datron Dynamics, Inc.

    Neal Demazure is the Dental Accounts Manager for DATRON Dynamics, Inc. Since receiving his degree in industrial technology, Demazure’s portfolio of projects includes small parts manufacturing in the temperature control,...

  • Jordan Greenberg

    CAD/CAM Product Manager at Datron Dynamics, Inc.

    For the past 8 years, Jordan has been heavily involved with the transition to a more digital dental lab. His role at DATRON has concentrated his efforts around the development of milling titanium implant bars and custom...