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SCODE Dental Clinic is a multi speciality dental clinic with the best of dentists located in the heart...See more of New Delhi, India. SCODE dental Clinic offer multi-speciality dental treatment including Dental Implants, Cosmetic Dentistry, Root Canal, Teeth Whitening, Straightning, Smile Makeover, Crowns, Fixed bridges, braces, Extractions, dental tooth fillings, orthodontics, Laser Dentistry, Oral Cancer Screening, Ridge Expansion, TMJ Disorder, Teeth An Hour, Creamic Brackets, Paediatric Dentistry, Jaw Cyst, Laser Frenectomy, Single Visit Root Canal, Metal Brackets, Composite Fillings, Porcelain Crowns, Zygomatic Implants, Orthodontic Exposures, Orthodontic Surgery, Sinus Lift Procedure, Oral Surgery, Wisdom Tooth Removal, Facial Trauma, Gummy Smile Correction, Nobel Biocare Implants and much more... for information you can visit our website... http://www.dentalimplantsclinicindia.com/
I am using CAD /CAM facility at my office for more than 5 years now.
I have recently bought Yenadent...See more DC40 metal milling machine for Implants.
Can any one help me understand which CAM and CAD system will provide me the most precise results.
I am already user of Dentmill and Dentcad. Yet I would like to change if there is better option available for Implant prosthesis milling.Change for example . . WorkNC/Hyperdent or any other. Like wise in CAD like Exo cad or any other, Some one having knowledge on this plz share with me.
Our Technical Director and bar milling expert will be at LMT Lab Days East, April 5th in booth R-2
WorkNC...See more Dental CAM software can be used for soft materials, metals, abutments, bars and more. Check us out.
Best of all,m we'll happily give you our information we have gathered on the best way to star implementing CAM into dental, including doing implants.
Implant Overdentures Some New Innovations
Sterngold · LAB DAY Chicago 2014
Frank Munzenmayer, CDT,...See more and James Ellison, CDT, present three methods for stabilizing overdentures, including a new bar system that eliminates complexity while significantly reducing fabrication time and expense, a freestanding abutment system that allows for true angle correction of misaligned implants, and a small diameter implant system that explores the area of immediate load.
For more information: Call Vickie Savino at 800-243-9942
James Ellison, CDT
Technical and Education Department Head at Sterngold
James Ellison, CDT, has spent the past 29 years with Sterngold as the Technical and Education Department Head. With a Bachelors Degree in Biology and an Associates Degree in Chemical Technology, he earned...See more his CDT during 20 years at the bench. Ellison is the author of the Sterngold Procedure Manual and is a contributing author to Dr. Hamid Shafie's book Clinical & Laboratory Manual of Implant Overdentures. He also has designed several attachments, including the ERA; holds two patents; and teaches throughout the world.
Frank Munzenmayer, CDT
Technical/Education Specialist at Sterngold
Frank Munzenmayer, CDT, is Sterngold's Technical/Education Specialist. He graduated from New York City College of Technology in Brooklyn, NY, and worked as a C&B/ceramic technician for major dental labs...See more in the New York and Connecticut areas. Munzenmayer has been a Technical Advisor for seven major dental manufacturers--managing the Tech/Ed Departments for four of them--is a published author, lectures internationally and is a member of the Technical Advisory Commission at New York City College of Technology.
Just two months until Lab Day Chicago 2014. Check out the Nov/Dec issue of LMT to see...See more what is being offered for your educational benefit. In the January ssue you will see more details of the programs and their scheduled times. Just a reminder, if you are not providing CAD CAM and Custom Abutment Implants to your dentists, stop by my seminar on Saturday, February 22, 2013 from 7:30am - 8:30 am or 8:30 am - 9:30am. The subject is "Evolution of Outsourcing: CAD/CAM, Custom Abutments - How does this fit into your business model"? It is getting more difficult to gain new accounts and I may have a few ideas for you which will be discussed during this program. Come join us, there is No Charge and you will get 1-Scientific CDT credit for attending! See you there.
I hope to see you there! — tagged ImplantsNovNov 9, 2013 9:00 am to 12:00 pm · Seattle, WA
The event will be a live-streaming webinar hosted at the Seattle Central Library Microsoft Auditorium and include everyday implant situations from the perspectives of Prosthodontist and Certified Dental Technique. Presenting together...
New report concludes that dental implants can save costs and improve quality of life. How are you adding...See more implant restorations to your dental lab? Read more about this report from the International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants today:
Got Certified in Implants, very proud of this accomplishment.
For some technicians, a CDT is a good...See more thing to have, for me, is the path to follow.
Think, develop, solve, execute, make somebody smile.
You are a Dental Technician, be proud.
Has anyone has seen this scenario before? We have a implant supported 3 unit bridge that has come in,...See more #10 is a Keystone implant and #12 is a Nobel. Any thoughts on the potential problems that might arise from this? We haven't seen a case with mixed implants before and are curious if anyone has heard of or seen this before. — tagged Implants, Nobel Biocare USA and Keystone Industries
Came across an interesting article this morning. Dentists in western Australia must hold a specific master's...See more degree to get a license to operate a CBCT machine. While some say this is limiting access to critical information dentists need to diagnose a case, others say the regulation is needed to ensure patients aren't exposed to unnecessary or excessive radiation. What do you think? — tagged Implants
Hello everyone. I'm a third generation dental technician. I work predominantly with implants creating...See more supporting structures for final appliances. We are a heavy Nobel Biocare lab, but we restore on dozens of different brands and platforms each year. I'm also heavily involved with the restoration of All-On-4 style restorations and fixed hybrids. What do you do?
We have learned, as developers of dental CAM software for implants, that there is some confusion about...See more the differences between milling simpler parts like copings or full contours and mimlling bars and implant connections. During LMT Chicago, we have set aside some time for some one on one sessions, that are more informational than sales focused, where we can discuss what some of the CAM differences are, and how you can prepare yourself for them. Simple click the link and fill out the form and we will be in touch to schedule a time. Thanks!
Dear sir ,
Excuse me for my question which may be silly ...but iam Egyptian dentist searching for doing...See more my master degree on custom made abutments ..I need to ask simple questions
1-After I contact some labs in Egypt.. Zirkonzhan & laserdenta told me that they could do it with titanium base ...through my search on internet ,,I found full zirconia without titanium base ...how it is done ..on which system & what it requires ,,
when i discuss this with my professor he said milling could not be 100% accurate to engage fixture !!!
Can i get help in this point & in learning the design of customized abutment Implant as general ..thanks alot — tagged Implants, Abutments and Zirconia
Here's a great read and a way for creating greater dental lab awareness of the dental lab industry and...See more for educating (a technique) the dental patient on "good" restorative dentistry. Though the blog talks about veneers...the same message can be applied to crowns, bridges, and implants.
Your checklist for optimizing search terms:
We have covered this topic in some of the earlier posts...See more but I thought I would touch on it again in a more practical approach. Many dental labs use their websites as a gallery, contact info, introduction to the lab tool and for many they all achieve this goal, put some content on it and some photo's and presto! And for the most part it does suffice when their current dentists forget the lab phone number or need an email address. For all the other dentists in your target market (remember that term it's very important) how are they supposed to find you if they don't know your lab name?
First we need to define our target market, do you service any dentist? Do you provide all possible dental lab products and services? Do the dentists know what services you provide? Do the dentists know what restoration they should be using? Do we target nation wide? State? City?
So you can see from defining your target market we can get a better idea of how dentists will try to find your lab.
For example (and I choose the 1-4 man technician lab due to the demographic of majority), if I run a small boutique lab that specializes in crown and bridge and I service 30 accounts in a small area with the potential to service 30 more in the same geographical area my search terms would be:
Dental, crown and bridge, restorations, implants, city, main intersection of 2 roads defining geographical location in built up commercial area where the main population of targeted dentists is located, dental laboratory and finally the name of your lab.
Each term is not targeted at what you think the dentist is going to type in to magically find you without knowing the name of your business, they are specifically targeted at what dentists or dental practice receptionists will be typing into search engines to find you e.g. crown and bridge dental lab near main and 2nd street.
Once you work out which search terms you are targeting (and they change all the time, don't ever think you have the magical final combination) where do you put them?
No.1 TITLE literally the html for this web page feature is Your lab name and search term here this is really important and really cheap to change.
No.2 Meta Tag - the description used by search engines to give you the little descriptive paragraph under the page description in a search results page.
No.3 Content - your content on your web page should be littered with these search terms, but it also still needs to make sense.
No.4 Links - try to include the search terms in the links as well, not as important as links also go toward your over all search score in a different way.
So now you know you need a benchmark - google your business, but don't use your business name. How did you find your lab? Now look at the other pages that rank higher than yours. Now use the search terms they use also to help you climb the rank. Now search your business again without using the business name and see where you came up on the list - the change in rank can take anywhere between 24 hours to a month. You should also have registered your website with google, yahoo and bing.
Not doing this is like buying an F150 and then using it as a family vehicle. Sure it works but you could be doing so much more! Hope these inspired some thought and possible change. If anyone has any specific challenges send them along and we can work on them together. I don't sell websites or SEO my specialty is in dental lab software so there's no sale pitch here, just trying to help those that don't necessarily know. Looking forward to your submissions!