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Hello! My name is Karina and I'm a community manager at Skyword, a content marketing company in Boston. I'm currently recruiting for a leading brand in the dental industry and am looking for a couple…Continue
Started by Karina Santiago Jul 31.
Has anyone tried yet the Immediate Smile Bridge of Materialise Dental, a temporary bridge milled and delivered together with your SurgiGuide based on the SimPlant planning?…Continue
Started by Nico Roose. Last reply by Plaza Dental Group -Iowa Dentist Mar 20, 2014.
A sensor barrier shield is a necessary item to use when taking digital dental x-rays. The shield prevents the sensor from coming into direct contact with the patients’ mouths, thus preventing water…Continue
Started by Jake Scheiterlein. Last reply by Cary Feuerman, DMD Feb 11, 2014.
One of the most popular methods for not loosing the orientation is to have radiopaque markers in the patients mouth. There are few methods that we can use to visualize markers on CT. Would you please…Continue
Started by Zvi Fudim Nov 8, 2012.
1st ASIA-PACIFIC EDITION7th CAD/CAM & Computerized Dentistry International Conference06 - 07 October, 2012, Marina Bay Sands Hotel, SINGAPOREOrganized by: Singapore Dental Assiciation &…Continue
Started by Dr. Dobrina Mollova Feb 9, 2012.
I am wondering if there is a lab that is printing wax patterns and also milling copings/wax patterns-with a mill such as the Origin. If so could you could tell me the results you are getting with…Continue
Started by Jenna Grams. Last reply by Mark Jackson RDT Apr 27, 2010.
I just got back from Lab day in Chicago and looked at plenty of scanners. Just wondering what kind of scanners every one is using in your laboratories and what your experiences are regarding margin…Continue
Started by Ruth Iverson CDT. Last reply by Bob Cohen Mar 4, 2010.