Our COVID-19 emergency preparedness and support commitment

As all of our thoughts are on the COVID-19 situation, we wanted to share an update on how Emerald Dental Works is responding. The safety and health of our community, including our customers and dedicated employees, is always of the utmost importance to us.

A recent message from the RCDSO “recommends that all non-essential and elective dental services should be suspended immediately. Emergency treatment should continue.”

In light of this recommendation, we have suspended meetings, travel and visits to our premises. Our clients may send us emergency cases, and we will ensure the highest level of quality, service and attention to detail in fabricating the patient’s prosthesis. We will also service your equipment and supply needs on a timely basis.

Thank you for your continued support and confidence in our team at Emerald Dental Works Inc.

We will weather the storm that is COVID-19 together.

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CAD/ CAM systems and 3D printing are changing the dental industry at a very fast rate.

Labs need to compete with offshore production. Our low-cost, high-throughput solutions offer the requisite quality to level the global playing field and improve dental lab competitiveness.

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SSK Dental

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Prior to purchase, Sokalla researched other 3D printing manufacturers. Sokalla was not initially certain about bringing EnvisionTEC machinery to the lab, but time has proven he made the right choice. “The decision was not easy for me to make a large investment,” he said. “However, after more than 5 years of work with these printers we have learned to appreciate the easy handling and the good results.”

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Dental Services Group

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Dental Services Group employs the reliability, speed and high functionality in its network of dental laboratories across the United States.

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3Shape Test Case

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EnvisionTEC took a scanned dental model printed on EnvisionTEC’s 3Dent® printer and analyze in 3Shape Convince software. The dental model (preparation, antagonist & die) were designed by 3Shape Model Builder and printed on EnvisionTEC’s 3Dent printer.

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Albensi Laboratories – 3Dent, Perfactory 4 DDP

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Albensi Laboratories is certified, a full-service dental laboratory in Pennsylvania and since the late eighties there have been some changes in dental technology, and Albensi has been intent on keeping on the forefront of the latest computer-aided manufacturing techniques.

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Highland Dental Laboratory Produces Crowns and Bridges with 3D Printer

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Highland Dental Laboratory purchased a Perfactory DDP4 printer in December of 2012 for crown and bridge production. We use this machine to produce patterns for casting and pressing and are now in the process of ordering a 3Dent machine for model production.

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EnvisionTEC 3D Printers Support Orthodontic Applications

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3D Printing is an extremely valuable tool in the product development process for a wide range of applications. A key industry sector is orthodontics as exemplified by Orthoproof, a company that uses two EnvisionTEC ULTRA 3D printers to produce patterns and tools.

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Fitting Solutions – NuCraft Dental

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The computer-aided design processes that go hand-in-hand with 3D printing often excise one or more steps associated with traditional techniques. But 3D printing also provides solutions that wouldn’t be achievable without the holistic process of additive manufacturing by EnvisionTEC.

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Scherz Dental Case Study

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When Scherz Dental started to work with 3Shape´s Trios Scanners in 2013, they examined several options to organize the digital model production according to the needs of dentists and patients. Starting with milled models first, Scherz Dental soon came to realize that the demand of dental models outgrew the production capacity of any milling system and started to look for a different method of manufacturing directly from the CAD data provided by the dental 3D scanners.

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