Cusp Dental Lab

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MALDEN, Massachusetts--Cusp Dental Laboratory, a Boston-based dental laboratory that offers technology and esthetic procedures for crown and bridge restoration, plans to participate in key dental industry events in 2012.

Cusp began 2012in Laguna Niguel, Calif., exhibiting at the Seattle Study Club Annual Symposium followed by the Yankee Dental Congress in Boston, Mass., and the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics in Chicago, Ill.

In February, Cusp presented a hands-on demonstration at Lab Day Chicago by featuring "Simple Build-up to Custom Shade Matching Using 3-D Shade Porcelain," and gave a poster presentation on "Clinical Evaluation of Cad/Cam Custom Zirconia Abutment for the Esthetic Zone in Implant Dentistry" at Academy of Osseointegration's 2012 annual meeting in Phoenix, Ariz.

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Cusp also was host and lectured before the Boston Dental Alliance, an affiliate of the Seattle Study Club. The club is dedicated to cultivating excellence in comprehensive dentistry.

Cusp then lectured at Lab Day East Clinic in New York, N.Y., presenting "Zirconia or Lithium Disilicate: 2012 Materials Update for All-Ceramic Restorations."

“Cusp continues to forge ahead with proactive innovation and technologies for the changing dental industry,” said Kimiyo Sawyer, president of Cusp Dental Laboratory. “We actively seek opportunities to represent our craft at trade shows, clinics, and educational seminars.”

Throughout 2012, the company plans to continue to provide a platform for educational advancement and sharing best practices. Cusp will lecture at Lab Day West in Anaheim, Calif., on "Zirconia or Lithium Disilicate: 2012 Materials Update for All-Ceramic Restorations." In early June, a hands-on ceramic demonstration will be provided at University of Washington PG Prosthodontics.

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