I have a lab in a dental building that service 6 to 8 doctors, recently they have decided to get together and buy the E4D scanning and milling units. they want me to oversee the milling and stain/glaze...See more , but obviously these systems are designed to all but eliminate there lab fees, I think I will be looking for new clients outside the building.
I would like to do the stain/glaze work as I think the Emax material is great but does any one have any experience incorporating in house milling systems, fees , etc.
These system's are marketed very aggressively, at $120,000 the salesmen's commission is good ,the dentist can recover the costs in a couple of years and the systems and material really are quit good and will only get better.
Any information/ideas are welcome, I have to go and re invent myself now.
- 78% Don’t have the equipment, staff or expertise in house
- 48% To offer a wider variety of restorations
- 12% When they have too much work/to even out the workflow
- 11% To test new products and restorative materials before making purchases
- 7% When the lab is short staffed
- 3% When our equipment is down/being repaired
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