Updated Postage Labels

We have recently updated our postage labels to aid with shipping and delivery of parcels.

If you have any of the old postage labels please destroy these and begin using the new labels which can be found here:

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Implantium Course

Implantium UK and Dentium are holding a refresher course for all those that place Implants.

Over the course they will be hitting on these following points:
• Full arch immediate placement and loading immediate placement
and restoration on single teeth in under an hour
• Low risk sinus procedures with DASK
• An update on the latest materials
• Dealing with peri implantitis
• Use of mini implants.

Dentium hold seminars all over the world from ...

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Another Satisfied Dentist

We have just received this email from one of our dentists about a recent case for Emax (press) Veneers.

Dear Team

Just would like to thank you for these Emax Veneers
Beautiful fit and great appearance.
Both patient & dentist very happy!
Liz Hughes-Docherty
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Back to Basics Prosthetic Course

After the Success of our last Prosthetics course we will be running another starting in October.
The course is a 6hr CPD event over 3 evenings and will be presented by Mark Bishop BDS, M Med Sci.

Dr Bishop will be enthusiastically rediscovering essential points in the making of prosthetic solutions for patients

Course Content to include-


Hints & Tips

Cost Effectiveness

Surgery Procedures

Venue – Dencraft Dental Laboratory, Sheffield

Each delegate will recieve a free gift worth £89

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IMPORTANT! All Surgeons Doing Full Arches

All Surgeons doing full arch dentistry, make sure you x-ray the fit of verification jigs.

If you are asked for guarantee purposes for fit of bars, beams etc, this forms part of certain companies guarantees. 

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Apprentice Dental Technicians

Vacancy for Dental Technician

nottinghamcollegeWe are currently looking to recruit apprentice Dental Technicians for our Sheffield and Leicester Labs.

The successful candidate will work 40 hours per week, 4 days in the Lab and 1 day at Nottingham College completing the Dental Technician Apprenticeship Course.

For more information visit –


Or to make an application direct with Nottingham College –

Closing Date ...

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Angled SKY Locator – a new horizon for minimally invasive implant restoration

angled Sky locator Angled SKY Locator

Older patients with severely atrophied jaws often have to manage without fixing their prosthesis with implants – out of fear of costly surgical procedures. Thanks to the new Angled SKY Locator, these procedures can be avoided. By using the Angled SKY Locator, it becomes possible to fit the implants at an angle and ...

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Back to Basics – Prosthetic Dentistry Event

Yesterday we had our second Prosthetics back to basics event presented by Dr Mark Bishop.

Topics that were covered included:

  • Fitting the dentures and pre-centric check record
  • Review stage
  • Technical considerations – the clinician/technician interface
  • Key equipment list

I’m sure all who attended found the topics covered informative and hope they will be able to use some of the techniques covered to improve their prosthetic dentistry.

Thanks to Mark for an entertaining and insightful lecture.

We will be holding a Nobel-Biocare study club on the 17th September 2013 for further ...

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Precision in Everything

A recent article published in The Laboratory Magazine discusses the importance of enhanced precision in Renishaw CAD/CAM systems.

We are a primary partner of Renishaw and use their contact scanner, white light laser scanner and Zirconia milling machine, so we can offer you a total in house service from start to finish.

Whether they are helping to make accurate Formula One engines, aircraft blades or dental CAD/CAM systems, enhanced precision is at the heart of everything Renishaw does – with the ...

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Monolithic Zirconia Crowns and Bridges

Inside Dentistry article discussing Full Contour Monolithic Zirconia Crowns, their wear characteristics, soft tissue response and chemical aspects.

New all-ceramic, CAD/CAM-fabricated crowns and bridges are unbreakable and less expensive than traditional full-coverage PFM restorations.
By Harry A. Long, DMD

Every type of full-coverage restoration, from single unit to the classic roundhouse, has been fabricated using the workhorse of modern dental practice, the porcelain-fused-to-metal crown (PFM).1 When full coverage is required, the PFM has become the restoration of choice for most dentists. ...

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