Technician’s Tips: Impressions for Implants and Digital Diagnostic Wax Ups
Our implant team gives their recommendations on sending in traditional impressions for implants and learn how to save 50 percent on diagnostic wax ups by going digital!

Need Help Selecting an Intraoral Scanner?
Get an objective review of intraoral scanners from the 2019 International Dental Show.

Technician’s Tip
Did you know that all your fixed cases are mounted and designed on virtual articulators? That’s right. Thanks to our CAD design programs, all cases are virtually mounted on full-size adjustable articulators utilizing Bonwill’s equilateral triangle and average value settings.

Selling Your Practice?
If you’re trying to sell your dental practice, send us the information and we'll post it on our website.

New CDT joins D&S
D&S Dental Laboratory is happy to welcome Certified Dental Technician Lori Gregory to our Removable Department in Waunakee.

New Digital Impression Discount
Our Digital Impression Discount offers $10 off every digital impression case you submit to us.

Save The Date: D&S Annual Golf Outing & Seminar
Mark your calendar for this year's annual Golf Outing & Seminar for Friday, August 9, 2019. It'll be held once again at the beautifully renovated Beloit Country Club and will feature a speaker sponsored by Straumann Implants.

Technician’s Tip: Prep Check Tool
Our QC Department recommends dentists use this slick tool to help make sure the case has enough occlusal clearance.

D&S Welcomes Joel Jennings
D&S Dental recently welcomed Joel Jennings to its client representative team. He joins John Hill and Carrie Miller Woods, who personally visit with doctors to understand their challenges and work with the lab team to help deliver solutions...

Atlantis™: The Gold Standard for Abutments
When you ask for an Atlantis™ Titanium Abutment at D&S Dental, we’ll automatically provide it in gold-shaded titanium at no additional cost. The abutment is milled from a solid titanium alloy and coated with titanium nitride (TiN), which is applied through a molecular bond to the substrate metal...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Zirconia Crowns
The October issue of Gordon J. Christensen’s Clinicians Report published an article on the common clinical mistakes to avoid when working with Zirconia, the crown material of choice. Here we provide an abbreviated version of that article, but we strongly encourage you to review the original...