Cherry Hill, NJ, April 08, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Dental Professionals, from the dentist through the laboratory owner down to department managers, will now, more than ever, have to have answers when asked to disclose where the materials for their regulated dental restorations come from.
We are doing business in a continuously growing litigious society. Dental Laboratories that manufacture these regulated medical/dental devices should consider purchasing the products used in the manufacturing of these devices from manufacturers that have ISO 9001:2000 registered manufacturing facilities. Easily accessible documentation and traceability required and all ready in place from these manufacturers should make this obvious. At the ADA website under "American Dental Association Statement on Safety Concerns with Dental Prosthesis" already suggests that Dentists ask the laboratories they use these questions.
>Do you produce your own crowns, bridges and other dental materials in the office or purchase them from a dental laboratory?
>Where is the dental lab located?
>Does the lab outsource crowns or bridges to a foreign country?
>If the lab is in a foreign country, does it provide written documentation that it is registered with the FDA?
>Does the lab provide written documentation that it uses FDA-approved materials?
>Have you noticed any problems with the crowns, bridges or other items produced by this dental lab?
>What other options do I have?
Dental laboratories will need to respond immediately to these requests for information and documentation.
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