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  • Calibrating Ceramic Furnaces in The Dental Laboratory
    June 03 ,2022By

    Dental laboratories often use ceramic furnaces to heat up porcelain and composite materials that are used to make crowns, bridges, inlays, and other dental restorations. These furnaces have different settings depending on what they're being used for, so it's important that they're calibrated properly before use. When calibrated correctly, these furnaces can help save time and money by producing better quality products more consistently.

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  • Four Trends That Will Bigly Impact Dental-Lab Technology in The Coming Years
    June 03 ,2022By

    Dental labs are not just big businesses—they are also big repositories of information, and they can use that data to stay ahead of the curve. In this article, we look at four trends in dental lab technology that will impact your business in the coming years.

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  • What Are The Benefits Of Using Oxyapatite Crystals In Metal Ceramics?
    June 03 ,2022By

    Oxyapatite crystals are a key ingredient of metal-ceramic materials. They are added to the ceramic composite, which allows it to withstand higher temperatures and pressures than conventional ceramics.

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  • The Basics and Benefits of IPS e.max ZirCAD
    June 03 ,2022By

    Zirconium oxide is an important material that is used in many different industries, including ceramics and aerospace. It can be used as a ceramic or glass additive or as a coating for parts that are exposed to high temperatures.

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  • A New Wave of Dental Technologies Is Creating Entryway Opportunities for Labs
    May 19 ,2022By

    The latest innovations in 3D printing and milling are making their way into the dental industry.

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  • Digital Denture Uses 3d Printing Technology to Fabricate Dentures
    May 17 ,2022By

    Dentures have been used for centuries and are still a popular choice for many people. However, creating traditional dentures has always been a time-consuming and laborious process, which has limited their availability for patients who may not be able to afford them.

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  • CAD/CAM for Dental Restorations - Traditions, Innovations and Futures
    May 06 ,2022By

    CAD/CAM is the most common way of manufacturing dental restorations. CAD/CAM stands for Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM). These techniques allow dental laboratories to create crowns, bridges, inlays, and onlays from digital data. This data can be produced from a number of sources including wax-ups or impressions taken by hand or using a scanner.

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  • Denttree Partnership – Learn How It Helps You
    May 01 ,2022By

    Denttree Partnership gives you access to all Denttree has to offer. You'll receive resources that our trusted, globally-operated dental laboratory provides in addition to referrals. Whether you're a dentist or a dental lab, Denttree Partnership can help you save time and keep clients happy with consistent results.

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