Dental Lab Products-2012-08-01

Digital Esthetics

Ivoclar Vivadent's IPS e.max Press, Programat 5000 furnace changed everything at Creative Arts Dental Lab

September 13, 2012

Adding a new material to a dental laboratory can bring major changes to the business. Workflows and equipment might need to be adjusted, and demand for the new product is essential. But when everything comes together, the transition can lead to a more efficient operation producing higher quality restorations.

The DScan Due+ is an all-in-one CAD system for dental labs

September 05, 2012

Designed as an all-in-one CAD system for dental laboratories, the DScan Due+ is a structured white light scanner with an integrated PC. The system can handle accurate 3D scanning, precision digital modeling and CAD restoration design. While the system offers automated operations, all scan strategies and data acquisition parameters are user customizable. Scans are accurate up to 15 microns, data can be exported in standard STL format, and the scans and designs can be viewed by connecting the scanner to any computer monitor.

Roland 3D DWX-50 dental milling machine outperforms its footprint at Keating Dental Arts

August 28, 2012

For years now, my dental laboratory has relied on Roland 3D milling technology to produce the highest quality prosthetics for our dentist and laboratory clients around the globe. So I was ready to hear more when Roland told us the new DWX-50 was available.

Weekly new dental lab products roundup

August 27, 2012

An improved composite, digital impression system, implant and a denture brush are the products that are as hot as an August sun in the weekly new dental products roundup for the week of Aug. 20, 2012. In case you missed them when they were posted on the dlpmagazine.com website, here's the links to the product information and the companies that provide the products: VITA VM LC composite from Vident

Real Time ROI: Evident’s lab management software

August 20, 2012

The Lab Rocco’s Dental Studio is a crown and bridge lab that specializes in implants and cosmetics. Kristie Rocco opened the lab at the Wohlford-Ting house in Escondido, Calif., with her husband in 1981. The family owned and operated lab has 18 employees and uses the most modern technologies and techniques to provide doctors and patients with high quality restorations and customer service.