Award Winning Dental Lab
A Dentist can do the best possible preparations and impressions and still fail to produce quality treatment, if the laboratory doesn’t do their job properly. Defective or poor quality dental lab work can undermine a final result and cause problems down the road.
Almost all dental work will eventually have to be replaced, but less thanoptimum work may fail prematurely or worse cause other problems in the mouth. The difference between asuccessfully fitting crown and an outright failure can often bemeasured in microns, not millimeters. If a dental restoration has an opening of the thickness of a human hair at the margin, it may result in failure.
Defective crowns can be failures for many reasons, including defective contact areas (these allow food impaction), bad looking or weak porcelain that may break, or poor designs of the crowns which can result in bulky crowns or gum problems.
The Slade Dental Practice & Implant Centre has teamed with 3 quality dental labs to provide quality restorations that last and do not cause problems.
About The DLA
The Dental Laboratories Association Ltd (DLA) is a professional body for dental laboratory owners in the UK. Currently the Association has around 1000 members, over 50 of whom are affiliates. It is estimated that members of the DLA are responsible for over 80% of the dental laboratory services in the UK.