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  • November 2013
  • Dentists Voice Overwhelming Support For Materials Certification
    Industry News · LMT Communications, Inc. · Nov 01, 2013

    A nationwide survey of dentists found 91.2 percent of respondents favoring the certification of the composition and ADA classification of the restorative materials they prescribe. More than 97 percent said they would favor dental labs that included free materials certification with every case they ship. The survey was conducted by the IdentAlloy/IdentCeram Council, an industry non-profit that provides participating suppliers with certificates attesting to the composition and ADA classification of their products. The suppliers then include the certificates free with the materials they ship to labs...

  • October 2013
  • Don Albensi Earns Top Honors in Pittsburgh
    Industry News · LMT Communications, Inc. · Oct 30, 2013

    Albensi Laboratories is named one of the 2013 Top Workplaces in Pittsburgh by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Based on employee surveys about the company's leadership, career opportunities and work flexibility, Albensi was ranked sixth among 50 small companies (those with 50-149 employees). As one employee put it, "The management team appreciates my work, and is very supportive and great to work for." Based on the same survey, Don Albensi, Sr., CEO of Albensi Laboratories, was named the 2013 Top Boss for a small company. "I probably have as much enthusiasm today, if not more, than I did 34 years...

  • September 2013
  • Social Media Platforms Ask Dental Patients to Consider "What's in Their Mouths"
    Industry News · LMT Communications, Inc. · Sep 05, 2013

    Tallahassee, Fla. Dental patients have more to worry about than flossing and brushing daily—the restorations they put in their mouths have a direct impact on their overall health. As a result, the National Association of Dental Laboratories (NADL) is promoting transparency in dentistry and the role and value of trained dental technicians with the release of its new website and social media outlets. NADL will use its new website and social media platforms to serve as the foundation for its ongoing public awareness campaign, "What's In Your Mouth?" "It's important for dentists and patients...

  • August 2013
  • NADL Launches New Social Media Platforms to Address Public Awareness
    Industry News · LMT Communications, Inc. · Aug 01, 2013

    The National Association of Dental Laboratories is pleased to announce the launch of two new social media outlets that will serve as the foundation of NADL's ongoing public awareness campaign to address core policy objectives that promote "transparency in dentistry" and the role and value of a competently trained dental technician. "During the last year and half, NADL has conducted a series of focus group meetings, conducted national surveys with the dental laboratory industry to gather ideas and input for the messaging for this campaign, the core of this objective has now come to fruition, there...

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