Registration to this internationally recognized quality management system standard demonstrates that our laboratory team is committed to meeting your requirements and continually pursues increased client satisfaction. This certification is achieved by documenting laboratory processes, monitoring and measuring their effectiveness in achieving goals, and continually improving these processes. ISO develops standards through the consensus of standards organizations from 161 countries. Members represent both the private and public sectors. We decided to pursue ISO certification in 1999 because we knew that improving our quality management system would result in better products and services, as well as happier customers, patients, and employees. You can trust us to do the right thing for you and your patient. With more than a million certificates issued in 185 countries, ISO 9001 is the most recognized quality management system in the world.
Our Quality Policy
- make our customers and their patients very happy by meeting their individual needs for quality products and services.
- do our work defect free and on time while meeting all applicable requirements.
- work as a team to make continual improvement a part of every day and every job.
Certified Dental Lab
Laboratories who have taken the extra steps to become certified represent the top of their field. Certified Dental Laboratories have demonstrated not only compliance with peer-defined standards but a desire to stay in the forefront of the industry. A CDL takes pride in the quality and professionalism of its products and services. The National Board for Certification of Dental Laboratories has established specific standards for personnel, facilities, and infection control in dental laboratories. Achieving and maintaining certification offers a laboratory a nationally recognized credential attesting to compliance with competency standards that are widely accepted by the dental community. This can be invaluable in establishing credibility with outside parties, including patients, courts of law, and the government.