We consider ourselves part of your team, with a sole aim - to offer you the best possible solutions and provide you with a service that allows you to take care of your customers with confidence.
We pride ourselves on using the highest quality materials and products that we trust to cope with the daily demands of you, and your patients.
Communication is key to ensure that our work is presented in the way you expect. We don’t feel the need to complicate things and a simple approach often produces the best results.
The bedrock of any well established Dental Laboratory is their everyday Crown & Bridge work - using only the best possible materials, carried out by GDC Registered Technicians.
We find metal ceramics and cast-crowns are still a favourable choice amongst our surgeons because of its exceptional characteristics and versatility - factoring in our tailored pricing to meet all your practice needs.
We are extremely proud of our attitude to the world of Implants, this fast growing field has no set parameters but we endeavour to provide our surgeons with the most cost effective and jargon free solutions to any case, using all the leading manufacturers and updating our training to keep up with new innovations.
Using Source Dental Laboratory as your Implant partner we can work with you at any level of expertise to meet the requirements of your patients.
Taking in all aspects of Crown & Bridge dentistry metal free or all-Ceramic restorations offering a more natural and bio-compatible alternative.
Source Dental Laboratory have vast experience in Zirconia and Pressed Glass (E-Max) often used for Private Aesthetic cases and composite work as a cheap alternative to metal inlays and cast -crowns, you can trust us to find the best system to meet your needs.
When CAD-CAM entered the dental market it was seen as the nail in the coffin for Dental Laboratories, that prediction was way off the mark as digital dentistry is the fastest growing aspect of the dental laboratory.
Using CAD-CAM in all matters of cases from Milled crowns, Implant solutions and creating bespoke full-mouth restorations, like all technologies the future is showing great potential and we work to embrace this.
Working with a surgeon on larger cases is still the most exciting aspect for any Dental Technician.
Taking on a case from the start and working it through to a rewarding conclusion, this can include meeting your patients chair side, working on diagnostics, taking shades, manufacturing preparation guides, compiling lab/surgery information, offering advice and then manufacturing the work with the enhanced information.