The implementation of CAD/CAM provides for lean manufacturing processes and protocols, resulting in a direct correlation to the business bottom line.
Digital materials and product offerings are driven by practicing clinicians: laboratories must recognize and anticipate demand or ultimately lose revenue.
Having one versatile system that serves all relevant dental indications, while future-proofing with modular system components that can grow with the laboratory’s needs, is a clear advantage.
All dental laboratories are not alike, nor are all digital materials and systems. When considering CAD/CAM systems, understanding revenue potential and ROI to your laboratory is critical. Your laboratory’s business model, its product offerings, and clientele should be carefully considered.
In addition, laboratories must anticipate demand for digital materials and products, or risk losing revenue. Therefore, identifying systems that not only serve your current demand, but also incorporate modular components that can grow with the laboratory’s needs, is a clear advantage.
This eBook guides you through 10 key questions to consider before adding or upgrading a dental laboratory CAD/CAM system—from expansion and training to maintenance and other practical factors that will impact your business and client satisfaction.