Let’s face it, advances in technology greatly affect our day-to-day lives. Whether we like to admit it or not, digital technology plays a major role in how we stay connected with our friends and family (put your hand up if you have a Facebook account), how we get our news (via our smartphones instead of a newspaper), how we do our banking (the days of needing to go to a bank to cash a check are behind us), and most notably, it has changed the way we do business. So it should come as no surprise, that as we have entered into this new digital age, advances in technology are also changing the way dental labs, like yours, do business. Read More
What’s in Your Mouth? – Raising the Standard for Dental Restorations.
5 Ways Dentists can Ensure Safe Dental Restorations for Patients
Tallahassee, Fla. – In a 2009 American Dental Association member survey, nearly 65 percent of dentists responded that they believe dental technicians and laboratories are regulated in their state. This is not the case. In fact, only four states in the U.S. require either certification or continuing education for creating devices that are in some cases permanently placed in patents’ mouths. In addition, dental laboratories in more than 40 states in the U.S. remain unregulated, and foreign imports may not be held to the same level of scrutiny.