Can anyone help? I am getting continuing bubbling in the porcelain right down to the metal. I have tried everything I know and nothing is working. Please help!
tell me what you do after metal work is finished dont listen to what kind of metal you are using or tip needs cleaning
That article is the biggest false around the reason why they change is price most would not know quality if it hit them in the face. Dentist are the cheapest people around with no character. They must...See more be taught that in dental school which is another joke most do not deserve there diploma's
A dentist-friend has asked me to open a dental lab in her practice. She will be providing the material and equipment and I will be able to get outside clients. What percentage of my revenue do I give her? Do I do her work for free?
charge her full price for all work what we get paid compared to them is not justified
According to LMT's 2013 Dentist Survey, lab owners are sometimes hesitant to raise their fees, fearful of losing the account. Yet 53% of dentists surveyed feel it’s reasonable for a laboratory to increase prices once a year by an average of 3.3%. Twenty-nine percent think an increase—an average of 4.6—every two years is more acceptable.
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