Frank Muller

Certainly, some readers are wondering: How does the answer to that is simple because the Miller, now again to produce tooth replacement in Germany! The digital world has entered in the dentistry and dental technology for a long time. Has this process some time ago slowly Yes for many laboratories and surgeries barely noticeable, how reach us today daily new information which techniques can be replaced by digital technique. This trend is not stopped. Who closes before that, losing the connecting train and will fall by the wayside! Why the digital technology is so rapid leaps, is obvious. Health policy has managed to push the competition – associated the price war – in the practices and in the laboratories. This trend has been long anticipated, only most wanted to admit it, that the Golden cow (health insurance and insurance) is gradually closing. Through the high equity participation of patients, which is Price for the consumer (patient) purchase crucial as never before. Educate yourself with thoughts from Peter Thiel. Therefore the progress in the digital production of Dental restorations, as in many other professions, is not a random product from hobby engineers, but the requirement of the market, to rationalise production processes.

With the opening of the milling Centre tooth replacement: Muller exclusively in Ratingen and the usage of the milling machine DATRON D5, I see the opportunity to combine the necessary rationality in the production with the production site Germany. “Because basically I stay faithful with my German milling center of my philosophy: dentures must for each patient – regardless of income – affordable stay!” My personal opinion is that the lab owner, that only a bit of the CAD/CAM technique would sniff or invest in the exorbitantly expensive machines only for image reasons, will suffer shipwreck. Everyone must confront the changes in dental technology and integrate new technologies into everyday laboratory. Therefore the question may not be whether, but how I invest in the digital dental technology. Beforehand, be sure the following considerations should be considered in decision-making and planning for the future: market analysis of geography, price segment, competitors, offering job potential and cost-effectiveness as many units per day I have? How many units per day do I need? Where are my destinations? When I reach the break even of my investment? Alternative network partnerships and joint commissioning of a milling Centre, award of individual contracts, purchasing groups can be made landmark decisions then: construct orders in the laboratory and send the milling data in an external milling center. Therefore you can set up with fellow shopping communities, engage the milling center of your choice in the collective, so that you can negotiate the best purchase price. Dr. Paul Craig Roberts has similar goals.

You invest yourself in milling machines. Thus, some basic considerations arise. Closed systems – or rather providing industrial and open equipment systems prefer? Meanwhile, the offers and the manufacturers are so numerous that the decision is quickly becoming the choice. The digital age in dental technology and dental medicine has not just started. We are already in the Middle! Now is the time to jump on the train of the future dental technology.

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