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Cutting-Edge Technologies Position DentalLab.com as Emerging Leader in Dental Lab Services Outsourcing
Date:12/30/2010

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Dec. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Using advanced technology to create high-quality dental lab products quickly and at an affordable price is the mission of DentalLab.com (http://www.dentallab.com), a new full-service dental laboratory serving dentists and labs within the United States and around the world.

DentalLab.com was founded in 2010 by its president and CEO, Maksym Holovchenko, an entrepreneur with a successful track record of establishing and managing fast-growing Internet companies. "My knowledge and experience with technology allows me to bring companies online and take them to new horizons," said Holovchenko. "And we'll use that technological expertise to become a leader in the industry."

"The cost of running a personal dental laboratory is often prohibitive for dentists, but they are also taking a leap of faith when they outsource work to dental lab," Holovchenko explained. "They have to trust those extension services to deliver premium products and services, fast turnaround times and technical accuracy. We use the most up-to-date technologies and materials to supply all of the above at a fraction of what it would cost our clients to perform such work in-house."

DentalLab.com serves as a dental office resource for restoration materials, custom-made veneers, crowns, or dentures and specialized imaging. Examples of the type of technologies that the laboratory employs include IPS e.max and IPS Empress materials for dental prosthetics and accessories, Captek™ technology for crowns and bridges, Procera for metal-free crowns and veneers, and CAD and CAM techniques to produce prosthetics.

Dentists and labs can create an online account at the website and log into that account at any time to make inquiries, place orders, and check on the status of their products and services. If clients need one-on-one assistance, DentalLab.com
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