Andrea Babson was in love. In her search for a new home for her laboratory, she found the perfect building: a charming, 100-year-old, Victorian house. Then, she tore it apart in order to turn the 1,500-sq.-ft. structure into a state-of-the-art facility...
In 1999, Gary and Darlene Daymude opened Daymude Dental Studio in the garage of their home. They eventually outgrew the space and moved to a 4,000-sq.-ft. building, but the facility was far from perfect. "It was a 40-year-old building, with the departments...
"We're still dreaming," says Laboratory Manager Julie Dewane of Continental Dental's move from its cramped, outdated building into a new 12,000-sq.-ft. facility in July 2008. She notes that clients are just as enthralled with the lab's new digs. "The...
Once the focus of great controversy, Interdent in Manila has grown to a staff of 700 and regularly services a few hundred laboratories in 78 countries.
Jerry Doviack used to be shunned at laboratory meetings. Now, 25 years later, laboratory owners...
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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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