About Florida Laboratories
Florida Laboratories has been serving dentists in Florida and surrounding states since 1982 while following our vision to combine continuous training, education, and advanced technology to meet the changing needs of our clients..
We are a Full-Service Certified Dental Laboratory, and specialize in the areas of All-Ceramic Restorations, Zirconia Restorations, Implants, Attachments, NTI-tss Plus, Valplast, as well as Full and Partial Dentures.
By using Florida Laboratories for all your dental laboratory needs, you can be confident that your restorations are manufactured in the USA by trained technicians using FDA approved and ADA accepted materials.
- ClearFrame Partials
Cast is Past. Clear is Here. ClearFrame™ partials utilize a clear, semi-rigid nylon frame in place of a cast chrome framework. Rest seats provide the partial with vertical support and the semi-rigid frame offers [...]
- Discover the Strength of e.max
By now you’ve likely heard about IPS e.max® Lithium Disilicate crowns. More and more dental practices throughout the country are choosing e.max for their fixed restoration needs. IPS e.max may [...]
- Interactive “NTI is Easy as 1-2-3” Video Premieres Online
We aim to make using the NTI in your practice as easy as possible. Whether using the NTI therapeutic protocol for its diagnostic, protection, or therapeutic indications, the “NTI is Easy as 1 2 3” video series, now available on our website will serve [...]
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Experience and Expertise
We are a National Dentex Laboratory (NDX).
As a member of the largest dental laboratory group in the United States, we have access to resources that very few laboratories can match. Our own Research and Development department works directly with dental manufacturing companies across the globe to bring you world class materials, and to assure material safety and compliance regulations are met. A developmental training program for all technicians provides product consistency and creates a career path that leads new dental technicians to attain CDT (Certified Dental Technician) status. More recently our technology group has been assisting dentists who want to integrate their own digital impressioning system into laboratory workflow.