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Klausz Dental Laboratories

July - Aug 2017
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An O.I.C.S. Specialty Laboratory
Occlusion - Implant - Cosmetic - Sleep

"We Build Advanced Occlusal Concepts
Into Everything We Do!"

We've Grown into an O.I.C.S. Specialty Laboratory

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-Sleep (O.I.C.S.) Specialty Laboratory.

With 50 years of experience in the dental technology field, we build advanced occlusal concepts into every restoration and appliance we custom fabricate. With a greater understanding of how teeth, muscles and joints work together, we can create restorations that not only look lifelike and aesthetic, but can last longer and function better. Allow us to apply the knowledge we’ve accumulated into your next restoration or appliance.

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.


We're Celebrating!

Klausz Dental Laboratories has been proudly serving the dental community for half a century!

From our family's humble beginnings of fabricating gold crowns with acrylic facings, to providing some of the most advanced all ceramic restorations, dental orthotics, and sleep apnea appliances, one thing is certain: we’ve grown by always listening to our clients and fulfilling their individual needs.

We would like to thank everyone who has made our journey possible.

We’re proud of our past and we’re looking forward to a bright future.


Let’s Stop Wasting Chair Time…
With Our Exclusive Bite Equilibration Technique!

Poll: Adjustments are a #1 Complaint
In a poll of dental offices, the number one complaint with fixed restorations, be it porcelain fused to metal, all ceramic, or polymer glass is the excessive time loss associated with adjusting the occlusion or even having to grind in the bites.
We’ve found a solution that has proven itself over time.

Eliminate adjustments with the Bite Equilibration Technique
With our exclusive Bite Equilibration Technique, we have been able to successfully eliminate approximately 95% of all chair side adjustments.

The Steps - 1 to 3
The technique (as per the pictures below) consists of 1. eliminating bubbles from the occluding surfaces 2. with fine articulating paper, looking for high spots in occlusion and eliminating them 3. until more stable contact markings appear. Now the mounted models more accurately represent the patient’s occlusion.

Give us a call for more information or send us a case!
We are so confident that we can start saving you time, we guarantee it. How can we be so sure? Because we have been helping many of your colleagues do just that.
If you are interested in finding out how you can benefit from this technique, just give us a call and we will be pleased to send you more information. Better yet, send us a case and we’ll prove it to you. The sooner you call, the sooner you can stop adjusting bites and start working more efficiently.

Please visit Specialty Services section of our website for more information.

Looking for new ideas – just another way we’re working harder and smarter for your practice!

Orthotics Update 2017
Call for your FREE! Orthotic Reference Page & Orthotics Rx Form

One of the fasted growing segments of study in dentistry today is in the treatment of T.M.J. Disorders, Orofacial Pain and Sleep Disorders. Klausz Dental Laboratories is proud of our involvement in providing dentists with guidance and educational opportunities in this developing field.

We can custom fabricate a wide variety of dental orthotics, from nighttime anterior deprogrammers to daytime orthotics, following the protocol set out by of many of the leading authorities in dentistry today.

New Orthotic Reference Page & Orthotics Rx Form - Free!
To make it easier for you to communicate and prescribe the latest in orthotics and dental appliances, we have created a new Orthotics Reference Page. Laminated for easy cleaning, feel free to request multiple copies, so they can be kept in each operatory for easy reference. Along with the Orthotics Reference Page is a new corresponding Orthotics Prescription Form. We are pleased to be able to provide additional copies, at your request.

We take great pride in not only meeting, but exceeding the expectations of our clients. We hope you will agree when you try our latest dental orthotics. If you have any questions about orthotics, please contact us.

Flat Plane Splints Orthotics Deprogrammers
FREE! Day and Night Ortho Charts
Call for your free laminated copies!

Klausz Dental Laboratory IMPLANT TIP
How to avoid FOOD TRAPS around IMPLANTS
When a natural tooth is lost and an implant placed, there is usually some type of bone loss which causes the tissue in the papilla region to recede. This in turn creates a space below the natural contact areas of teeth (Figure 1). More prevalent in the posterior quadrants, these areas can’t be closed with the implant restoration as they fall into an undercut from the crown’s path of insertion (Figure 2). The best way to avoid creating these potential food traps is by adjusting the contact areas of the natural teeth prior to taking the implant fixture impression. By reducing the enamel from the height of contour, the gingival embrasure below the contact will decrease in size (Figures 3 & 4). Looking for this potential problem at the onset can save quite a bit of time as well as discomfort for the patient.
fig. 1
Contact Point Unadjusted
fig. 2
Open Embrasure
Below Contact Point
fig. 3
Reduced Contact Point
fig. 4
Broader/lower Contact Area &
Reduced Embrasure
Providing Quality & Innovation for 50 Years
One More Reason to Choose Klausz Dental Laboratories

   

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