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4 Tips for Working with Client Success & Fulfillment!

Posted on: October 18th, 2019 by april
Client Success & Fulfillment team at the Phillies Game
The Client Success & Fulfillment team at Phillies Game in 2018!

At Cornerstone Dental Labs, we pride ourselves on going above and beyond for our customers. For the past thirty years at our full-service dental lab, we have been committed …

Custom Shading

Posted on: March 1st, 2017 by april

Patient expectations are something we take seriously, we want the patient to have the smile they’ve always remembered or the smile they have always wanted. With Custom Shading at our lab, we are able to determine characterization such as halo, …

3shape TRIOS updates!

Posted on: February 16th, 2017 by april

We have heard from our clients that TRIOs wasn’t sending files through 3shape Communicate…  This is a TRIOS update issue… Click on the link below to print out the instructions to easily update your TRIOS!  🙂



This. is. YOU.

Posted on: February 2nd, 2017 by april

Another day at the lab. Clock in and out. Can’t wait to leave.
YOU have drive and skill. But is there a breaking point?
YOU are looking for a position at Cornerstone Dental Labs!
Our fun, family …

A blog from our owner- Crowns: Logic need not apply

Posted on: August 9th, 2016 by april

For most of us, our layered crowns are the most labor-intensive of our products. Our full monolithic crowns are so wrapped up in a digital workflow they can become some of our most profitable products. Yet, PFM’s have become the …

CHEW ON THIS: A Blog from our technicians- Expectations – A Two Way Street (or: Sometimes the Truth Hurts)

Posted on: July 13th, 2016 by april

Putting patient’s expectations aside, let’s talk about Doctor/Lab expectations.

  • Doctors expect that the crown, bridge, denture, partial, etc will drop right in the mouth when they get it back from the lab.
  • Doctors expect that if a case needs to

Mission Impossible

Posted on: August 3rd, 2015 by april


For years patients and dentists have been told a flexible partial material could not be repaired. Patients request this material not only for it’s obviously flexibility, but it’s amazing retention and comfort. Without being able to alter this material, dentist …