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Five Things I Can't Live Without
Article Date: Feb 05, 2016 Vol 15, No 1
Jim Collis, CDT

Dental industry magazines and publications are a vitally important resource for every laboratory to stay informed on the latest technology, techniques, and products that will ensure that their laboratory remains proficient and profitable. When selecting laboratory products and equipment, it is important to purchase quality pieces with excellent craftsmanship from manufacturers who provide consistent, reliable customer support. In addition to skilled technicians, laboratory products and equipment are the very lifeblood of the laboratory. For every technician, there are certain pieces that they just can’t live without because these items are practical, timesaving, and quality-enhancing. Here are five of my personal “go to” items in the laboratory.
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for Managing Cash-Flow in a Small Dental Lab
Article Date: Oct 19, 2015 Vol 14, No 8
Rayne Verity

Over the past 8 years, I have had the privilege of working closely with thousands of lab owners, dental technicians and their families. The one thing that always resonates with me is the passion and time dedicated to quality craftsmanship by every lab technician I meet, and the sacrifices their families go through. Time and time again, we have commiserated over missing family milestones or working late nights to finish off rush cases. The commitment to quality work and customer service in small labs never fails to impress me. You are true artists in the industry and every work of art deserves respect.
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