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Tips & Tricks
March 16, 2018

Simple process

So far, Dentlet have approximately 10 laboratories the dentists can choose from. The laboratories are located in Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Thailand and China so there are both European and overseas options. The individual laboratory has created a profile on Dentlet and listed the types of prosthetics they offer. When the dentist have the patient in the chair, they choose a laboratory that can deliver the product at the desired price of the patient. The dentist enters the relevant information in an online workslip developed in close collaboration with dentists. After ordering, relevant documents can be transferred directly to the dentists own journal system with a single click so that the documentation is in place according to all applicable rules.

It may also be that the patient wish that the prosthetics is delivered from a European laboratory rather than a laboratory in the East, as there have been many stories about suspected crowns from the East in the daily press. Mikael Kristensen emphasizes that they have a 100 percent satisfaction Guarantee for all laboratories registered on Dentlet but it might be easier for the dentist to choose a laboratory in Poland rather than convincing the patient about the safety of China prosthetics.

The system provides transparency in relation to the differences in price, depending on the supplier, material or product type. Once they select a laboratory, the workslip is automatically transferred to the laboratory. If it is a physical impression, a courier retrieves the package while the digital impressions are sent online, embedded in the workslip. According to Mikael Kristensen, the digital impressions cut approx. one or two days of the delivery time. There have already been about 500 orders via the site and the average delivery time is seven days.

Prices are significantly lower, because dentists shop directly with the laboratories and the process itself is automated and simplified. "Of course, the dentist is in control of the savings, but overall, the lower price can benefit the patient, as the best treatment is suddenly within economic reach, "says Mikael Kristensen.


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