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FAQS

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-21
FAQS Frequently Asked Questions: Why ADS There are 5 reasons why you should work with us: 1. Diversity of Products. We are China''s most diverse dental labs, with seperate production lines to cater to various market demands from the highest technology to the best value for price and the absolute lowest prices. 2. Professional and Experienced. We are experts in dental outsourcing services. We have been working with partners in the US, UK an...

Terms and Conditions

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-21
Terms and Conditions Our work is covered under a full 1 year warranty. We ask that you please check all impressions and models before packing to ensure the quality and accuracy of future crowns/partials. All products require 9 business days to complete, this does not include weekends and holidays. We will give one week notice before any price changes (except in cases where there has been an extreme change in the internati...

The customer will be responsible for the shipping cost from your lab to our lab

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-21
The customer will be responsible for the shipping cost from your dental lab to our china dental lab. We pay the cost of the return shipment. Please notify us immediately by email with the tracking number of your shipment, so we can pick up your package as soon as it arrives. All of the mainstream shipping services are available in our area, you can choose from UPS, FedEx, DHL, TNT as you wish. Contact us,E...

We would be your reliable and qualified partne

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-08-16
Welcome to Ads Dental Lab, a leading and progressive full-service dental laboratory , providing high quality and cost-effective dental prosthesis, including: Implants Telescopes Metal ceramics Cast metal framework Orthodontics & mouthguard All ceramics: Emax, Zirconium,Full contour Zirconium Prosthetics: full and partial dentures & Valplast flexible partial dentures Because of the worldwide financial crisis, insurance of den...

Top 10 Questions Dentists Ask About Digital Scanners

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-24
DIGITAL TOP 10….. TO 12 ACTUALLY! We attend many meetings a year and are blessed to work with hundreds of clients that we call personal friends from all over the world. EVERY day, a dentist asks us all kinds of questions about digital scanners. “How does this all work” and more importantly, “What is the big deal” We decided to make a list of the top 10 things that we are asked about scanners but had to go to 12! It is our intent to sha...

Tips for Shade Communication with the Dental Laboratory

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-23
Ever have that patient walk into the practice with a bad single central crown What about the patients that walk in with four monochromatic veneers next to some very nice natural canines With the rise in dentists marketing their practice and expertise in cosmetic dentistry, and the patient’s increasing desire to have restorations that are expedient, exceptional and natural looking, it becomes imperative to understand the importance of shad...

Tech Tips To Remove a Broken Screw

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-21
Tech Tips To Remove a Broken Screw Several methods exist to remove broken screw components from implants or abutments. a few examples are shown here. Method 1: Insert a very fine tipped hand instrument into the implant and gently wedge it between the male and female threads. With careful counter-clockwise rotation, the fractured male thread can often be unscrewed and removed. A variation of this method is to use an ultra-s...

How to ensure a high-quality impression on the first take

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-21
The concept of taking an impression may be simple, but there are a number of factors that can cause a less than an ideal impression, resulting in a retake that requires more time, more product, and ultimately, a dent in profitability. Related reading: How 3M ESPE cements make restorative dentistry easy The problem: Poor impressions/retakes Considering the number of potential complications that can arise during the impressi...

A simple method to detect undercuts during tooth preparation for fixed prosthodontics

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-21
During abutment tooth preparation for fixed partial dentures, the presence of undesirable undercuts, due to clinical complicating factors such as poor visibility and access, frequently is observed. 1The presence of undercuts may hinder the complete seating of the cast restoration, resulting in the need to recontour the pre- pared tooth and make a new impression. This article presents an easy and quick method for evaluating sin- gle or multi...

Which Digital Intraoral Scanner is BEST?

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-21
Which Digital Intraoral Scanner is BEST Over the past two years, I have immersed myself in “digital” and found out a ton of things. It is not easy Not everyone tells the truth Digital is AWESOME when things are organized and done correctly There are six main scanner companies out there, 2 have milling capabilities, and a few other scanners were introduced at this year’s IDS in Germany. THE MAIN 6 and an added 7th. Siron...

Digital Scanning Tips

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-23
Digital Scanning Tips As we journey through the world of digital scanning here at ADS Dental Lab, we are finding that more and more doctors are experiencing anxiety and stress through the transition from traditional impression taking to digital impression taking. I decided to collaborate with one of my clients and valued doctors in the industry that has converted to digital impression taking within the last six months and see what adv...

PFM VS Zirconia

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-21
Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD Q: My dental laboratory technicians are trying to convince me to switch from placing mostly porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) restorations to using full zirconia or lithium disilicate restorations. I have placed many of each type, and so far I feel relatively good about both types of restorations. I am concerned about the long-term reliability of zirconia and lithium disilicate. Should I be concerned, or h...

Is PFM Dead ?

From:ads dental lab Time:2016-09-21
By Michael DiTolla, DDS, FAGD When Dr. Joe Blaes asked me the question that serves as the headline for this feature, I hesitated to give an immediate answer and considered whether the question was literal or figurative. Clearly the PFM isn''''t actually dead, and I am not even sure how one would be confident enough to declare it dead. I suppose if you called 100 random dental labs in the U.S., and could not find one willing to fabricate ...

How to cut down the cost for dentist

From:ads dental lab Time:2015-12-10
Nowadays, more and more overseas dental labs choose to outsourcing their cases to some developing countries for fabrication to save cost, China, Vietnam, Mexico are their most common choices. With the same quality restorations, the cost is almost less than half price of the local cost. As an experienced overseas sales in different Chinese dental labs for 8 years, I know quite a lot European and US dental labs outsourcing...