Hey gang, weâre trying something a bit new here. As the founder of Dale Dental, I have learned a...See more lot about technology in the lab through the introduction and evolution of many different systems at Dale Dental.
Now, as Dale Dental continues in its evolution, we want to make sure all dental labs are getting the most out of the technology decisions they make. Thatâs why I started a service, free at this time, at Dale Dental | Scanner Registry
All lab owners can go to the website and register all of their scanners. Once registered, we will keep the lab owners updated as new restorations may become compatible and available through their scanner. I do believe the scanner registry will be the best, most comprehensive and important way to get the most from any labs investment in a scanner.
Iâd love it if members here could go on, register their scanners and let me know what they think of the service as it progresses and evolves. And remember to please refer your friends who are not here.
Dale Dental | Scanner Registry
Thanks and I look forward to thoughts and feedback
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