When you visit a prosthodontist, you are getting more specific care than you would receive at a general dentist. At our office, we are proud to offer you an on-site lab that makes your visit that much more precise. Not only is this somewhat unique in the industry, but we also pride ourselves in offering state-of-the-art equipment so that you can get the best products.
Our lab is fully equipped with the latest and most advanced dental laboratory equipment available and we work hard to keep it running right so that it only produces quality products. This allows us to make sure that you are getting the best oral prosthetics and high quality restorations available. We use our lab to make sure that the products you receive are custom made for your mouth so that you can have a perfect smile again without all the hassle.
Benefits of an On-Site Lab
An on-site lab allows us to have a much faster turnaround for your dental restorations and replacements. In fact, you'll wait less than half the time for your better smile through our lab than many others, all because everything is done right here on the spot with quality supervision. Not only do you get your work done faster, but having our lab right here means the technicians are on-site also. Our lab technicians are always available during our clinic hours; this means that they can answer your questions and make sure that everything fits and looks perfect. That means they'll make sure the shape, the color and even the contour of your dentures or other restoration items are perfect. You never have to worry about walking out of our office with ill-fitting equipment while waiting for your next appointment.
If you find that you need immediate adjustments, or if you've found that you need them over time, our technicians will be here to quickly resolve your issues by refitting your dental restorations or replacements. If you need any changes made, they can usually get something done within the same day so that you don't have to be inconvenienced. This is a huge benefit to our business and to all of our patients. If you've ever waited for your dentures to be shipped off to another lab you know how stressful that wait can be and how much of a pain it is to wait.
Another huge benefit of having a lab right here with wonderful technicians on staff is that our doctors can get a bird's eye view of the work that is being done. This way we know that only quality workmanship is going into the products that we supply to you, the patient. We also get the chance to talk directly to the lab technicians for each case to make sure that you get the best product to solve your teeth issues without confusion. Even patients with difficult cases will find their answers here with the help of our experienced prosthodontists alongside the best lab technicians in the business.
Why Choose Our On-Site Labs
If you're not coming to us for the great service we offer to get your smile back, then come to us for the fast turnaround you will get. Not only do we ensure that our prosthodontists know their stuff and want only the best for you, but we also want to make sure that your all-around experience is a relaxing one. You're stressed out enough over your teeth, so leave the hard work to us. Our quick and efficient lab technicians will not just get your product made and fitted perfectly, but they will also happily answer any questions you have about care and cleaning.
What Our Patients Are Saying About Us
"Best dentist ever, by far! Board Certified Maxillofacial Prosthodontist. Faculty at UTSD; Clinical Consultant for Texas Children's Hospital Dept of Plastic Surgery; and he still has time to do General Dentistry. Wow!" - Renee P.
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