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September/October 2011
An O.I.C. Specialty Laboratory
Occlusion - Implant - Cosmetic

At Klausz Dental Laboratories, we are committed to providing our clients with a full range of services, restorations, and appliances to meet all aspects of clinical dentistry. To meet your expectations we have grown into an Occlusal-Implant-Cosmetic (O.I.C.) Laboratory.

We view the role of the dental lab as a partner to our clients, in both determining their goals and objectives and going out of our way in helping to achieve them. When we say, "Working Harder And Smarter For Your Practice!", we mean that we're finding solutions for each of our client's specific needs and challenges, whatever they may be. We consider ourselves to be an extension of your dental practice. That is the changing role of the dentist/laboratory relationship, and we believe it has led to the continued success of our clients and our laboratory.

We hope our e-Newsletters prove to be informative, educational, and beneficial. Each issue will cover different topics on materials, techniques, services and educational opportunities. Please do not hesitate to contact us with specific questions. We look forward to working with you.

The Use Of Dental Implants Is On The Rise!
As patients are becoming more educated in dental options, dentists are finding it necessary to offer more choices. With this in mind, we are constantly upgrading our skills to serve you better. Did you know Klausz Dental Laboratories is certified as a Nobel Aesthetic Laboratory, a Zimmer Preferred Laboratory Member, a 3I Certified Laboratory, a Straumann Trained Laboratory, and a Dentsply Ankylos Certified Laboratory? We can provide you with the tools and guidance you need to confidently offer dental implants as a treatment option to your patients.
Klausz Dental Implants
To aid our clients with implant treatments, we created an information portfolio “The Dental Implants Comprehensive Tool Kit”. Whether you are just beginning to implement dental implants into your practice or have had experience in the past, this information kit will be of immense value. Be sure to request your complimentary copy.

Atlantis Patient Specific Abutments - Designed For Optimal Aesthetics
At Klausz Dental Laboratories, we are always on the lookout for new and exciting materials and restorations, which are backed with clinical success and guaranteed with outstanding warranties.
Atlantis Abutments

No two implant patients are alike —so why should their abutments be?

Available for all major implant systems and in the materials you want, titanium, gold-shaded titanium or zirconia, Atlantis™ patient-specific abutments are designed
to replicate natural prepared teeth, making implant treatment as simple and predictable as traditional crown and bridge dentistry. Eliminate the need to inventory parts. Just take an implant-level impression and send it to us.

Uniquely designed from the final tooth shape, Atlantis™ abutments provide optimized esthetics and function.

Atlantis Abutments

Whether you are using: Astratech, BioHorizons,Biomet, 3i, Keystone Dental, Nobel Biocare Straumann, Zimmer Dental, Atlantis™ offers a great solution for cement-retained implant prosthetics.


Looking to the future of Digital Dentistry.
Just another way that we’re working harder and smarter for your practice!

Precision Milled Titanium Implant Bars

Klausz - Always the Latest Technology

We are proud to provide the latest in Precision Milled Titanium Bars. Using the precision of CAD/CAM technology, we are able to create custom Hader, Dolder, and Primary Bars for overdentures as well as Fixed-Hybrid Bars for fixed removable restorations. Never before has the ability for CAD/CAM precision frameworks existed.

Welcome to a new and exciting era for overdenture bar treatment. Imagine - you may never need to cut and index a framework again.

Titanium Implant Bars
Precision Milled Titanium Bars are created by state of the art scanning and milling processes and now you have access to this technology through Klausz Dental Laboratories. Milled from a solid block of titanium alloy, these restorations are lightweight and provide a passive fit without the potential weakness associated with cutting and soldering. Precision Milled Titanium Bars can interface with all the leading implant systems available in the market today thus providing maximum flexibility.
The following simple steps need to be taken with Precision Milled Titanium Bars,

• An accurate fixture level impression needs to be taken and a soft tissue model created.
• Our lab will fabricate a verification jig and return this to you for indexing while the screw retained bite block and tooth set-up are confirmed.
• Once the verification jig is tested and returned to the lab along with the confirmed soft tissue master cast, and the denture tooth try-in, then the scanning and milling processes can begin.
• 3-D images of the proposed design, in relation to the denture tooth set-up as well as the soft tissue landmarks, are evaluated and approved prior to milling. The finished bar is returned to your office for intra-oral evaluation and confirmation of fit.

Milled Titanium Bars
Implant Esthetics by Klausz

We are proud to partner with innovative companies such as 3i Biomet and NobelBiocare to provide our clients with the very best that technology has to offer.

Our thanks to Dr. Michael Weinberg for providing us with this case sample and photos.

Digital Photography Workshop with Dr. Ron Goodlin

Wednesday, September 21, 2011
6:30pm to 10:00pm
Light Dinner Included

 Only a Few Seats Left!
Call Today to Reserve Your Place!

Klausz Dental Laboratories
11-40 Kodiak Crescent, Toronto, Ontario, M3J 3G5
Space is LIMITED! Book NOW!

Lecture and Hands-On Program:
The secret to improving your dentistry and your practice profitability in one easy lesson? Digital Dental Photography is the proven way to accomplish this. Dr. Goodlin is a world renowned expert in the field of Dental Photography. Spend an evening with him and he’ll show you and your staff the “Goodlin Method” to taking foolproof dental photographs and show you how to use them in your diagnosis and treatment planning, your case presentations to increase your case acceptance, and in how to use these photographs in marketing your practice. An evening not to be missed!

Topics to be discussed:
How can I best utilize the camera I already have?
What’s the best type of camera and flash for dental digital photography?
What are some of the ways I can use my pictures to help promote my practice?

Bring your questions and your camera and get the information you need to take better digital pictures.

Learn Digital Photography
416-630-6262 • 1-800-410-4392
In appreciation of your ongoing relationship with our Dental Laboratory, this program is complimentary.
Thank you for your support.
Sponsored by:
Mark Mendelson
Buyer of Precious Metals
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Look For Us at Upcoming Meetings & Events

Northern Ontario Dental Association Convention - September 9th and 10th, 2011 North Bay, Ontario
Webinar with Dr. Steven Olmos - September 13th, 2011 On-Line from 12pm to 1pm
Digital Photography Workshop – September 21st, 2011 @ Klausz Dental Laboratories
American Academy of Craniofacial Pain - Canadian Chapter - November 4th and 5th, 2011 Toronto, Ontario


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