- David Lesh · Oct 11, 2012
There's always a lot of great technical talk here, but I would love to participate in some conversation about the trends taking place in the industry and how they affect us.
I started Dale Dental 12 years ago as a way for labs to get access to the restorations they needed to grow their business. To me however, Dale was always about more than...
- Claus Dampmann · Jun 15, 2012
I'd like to comment on the April and May Letters to the Editor regarding material usage and disclosure documentation for restorations being produced by offshore laboratories and specifically those in China.
As the general manager of ProLab Solutions, Inc., which outsources work to China, I am very supportive of full disclosure as it relates to offshore restorations and would like to provide a counter viewpoint to those who have concerns about the materials being used in China: - Major - but not all...
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- Bob Cohen, CDT · Jun 06, 2012
Being a reseller of CAD CAM equipment we have found it to be very interesting that many decision makers in dental labs want help figuring out if it's the right time to buy. From a business perspective it's all about return on investment (ROI).
So, for the sake of this exercise let's look at the cost of borrowing $10K over 5 years. Based...
- Laura Sheppard, CDT/TE · May 18, 2012
The NBC has been asked for CAD CAM credentialling. I know it sounds good on paper. But practically, how would you envision a CAD CAM test to be, that would credential this skill set? What would we test candidates on (designing?), how would we evaluate it and what tools would be required?
Keeping in mind that each test facility would likely...