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- 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...
Read More 1 minute readLMT Communications, Inc. · Aug 07, 2012
In response to Claus Dampmann's letter, LaborâNot Material Costsâis Key Factor Driving Selling Price of Chinese Crowns, in your June/July issue, please allow me to point out some things he failed to mention.
While it's true that ProLab Solutions, Inc.Â and many other offshore labs are...
Read More 1 minute readClaus 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...Larry Borman · Apr 17, 2012
A recent issue of Dentistry Today featured an article, "Dental Lab Registration: Dentists Leading the Way", written by attorney and NADL Chief Staff Executive Eric Thorn, who points out some interesting trends in states that are creating legislation or proposals requiring dental lab registration...Terry Fohey, CDT · Apr 11, 2012
A number of months ago, I went to a Georgia Work Ready meeting in an attempt to be a good participant in my local government. Georgia Work Ready is a government-funded program that creates programs to improve job training and marketability of Georgia's workforce. I was shocked to see that...
Read More 4 minute readTim Tyndall, CDT · Feb 15, 2012
For the last three years, I've been involved in titanium research and development with Precision Milling Center in West Valley City, UT, and read with interest Luke Kahng's recent article on titanium (How to Fabricate an Esthetic Porcelain to Titanium Restoration, LMT November/December 2011,
Anyone have experience with this type of restoration? Patient needs a crown on #9 and has a quarter carat diamond he wants set in it. Dentist is comfortable with material of choice. Anyone ever set...September 18 at 2:41 pm··0 0
Steve Lee, CDT · Technical · Sep 2014
The challenging aspect of this case was that one of the implants was improperly placed between #7 and #8. Steve Lee explains how he made a screw-retained zirconia framework with pink gingiva tissue to recreate the lost gingiva and...September 23 at 9:25 am··0 0
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