Seeing the impending boom of digital technology, Anton Woolf, CEO of Argen Corp., conceived a plan to reinvent the company and its product offerings to meet the needs of the changing marketplace. The result? The Argen Digital Center.
"In the U.S., dentists and labs tend to be divorced; they need to get remarried. We're a team and we need to understand each other better," said Gordon Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD, during his keynote address at the Argen Corp.'s Future of Digital Dentistry event in November.
The rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated. Mark Twain's words—repeated by Dentsply's Chris Clark—appropriately describe the gist of the Cal-Lab Group's 86th annual meeting in Chicago. Or, to use Clark's own words, "The lab market is here to stay. "There's been a lot of gloom...
Ten years ago, metal-based units made up 83% of laboratory casework. Since then, metal-free restorations have grown in popularity and—for the first time in 2015—metal-free units eclipsed metal-based workloads, 60% vs. 40%, respectively.
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