Emerick Crown and Bridge Lab, Inc. established in 1981 is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. We are a small, quality driven, family operated dental lab. We have provided our customers with high quality restorations using state of the art technology and the highest quality products for 35 years. We pride ourselves on our value added and our customer service.
We offer fixed and implant driven restorations using a variety of the most modern and traditional products. By combining our knowledge, the latest digital technologies and the most quality products on the market we will deliver you a great final product both you and your patient will smile about.
Emerick Crown and Bridge Lab is happy to accept your intraoral scans. We are a TRIOS® Ready Lab and can accept your iTero® scans as well as many of the other intraoral scanner files.
We are always willing to help you with case planning, choosing the right restoration type or offer our knowledge about products and technologies. We also provide our client’s patients with free custom shading. We offer one-on-one training to doctors and/or assistants on technical, digital and shading issues. Feel free to contact us by phone, (513) 561-9577 or by email at email@example.com.
Digital dentistry has many clear advantages than traditional lab technology and procedures. There are three main advantages of digital dentistry: improved efficiency, accuracy and predictability. We feel that by harnessing these three advantages, we can offer our clients the highest quality restorations on the market. We use top of the line technologies from some of the biggest names in the dental industry.
Our 3Shape scanner and 3Shape CAD Design – Dental System™ is an “open” system, meaning that it is compatible with any company’s scan files. For example, we are able to accept your iTero or E4D scans, although we use 3Shape CAD software.
Our Roland DWX-50 milling machine is a workhorse. The DWX-50 is a 5-axis, dry mill. We use it to mill wax, zirconia and PMMA, which allows us the ability to use our digital software to create any type of restoration.
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Michael started his lab career under the training of Norman Hasty and Dr. John Regenos in 1976. He became Dr. Regenos’ personal technician and learned full mouth reconstruction/ceramics. He became fully knowledgeable about Stuart Articulators and TMJ dysfunctions. During his employment he was also an associate instructor for Huffman/Regenos post graduate occlusion course at The Ohio State University. After Dr. Regonos retired Michael started his own Dental Lab located in Madeira in February 1981.
Michael has attended many courses on many sectors of crown & bridge, occlusion and ceramics all over the United States. He has kept Emerick Crown and Bridge Lab very successful for the past 35 years, as well as his C.D.T. certification.
Austin began working in his father’s lab as a teenager. Since he started, Austin has gone on to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in marketing from the Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati. He has helped the lab with the introduction of CAD/CAM technology and currently runs the digital department.
Austin has taken a number of CAD/CAM training courses including Zirkonzahn, Ivoclar Vivadent® and Core3d Academy. He has also trained labs in 3Shape CAD Design – Dental System™.
A very experienced technician, Carol has been in the field for 38 years and has been at Emerick for the last 10 years. She is a magnificent waxer and is trained in 3Shape CAD Design – Dental System™. She has completed the IPS e.max® Press Technology course at Ivoclar Vivodent®. Carol has also traveled to Zurich, Switzerland to do hands on training in CAD/CAM. She has continually been training in CAD/CAM including a trip to Miami, Florida to take a course with Felix Pages C.D.T.
Sue has been in the dental business for 18 years and has been at Emerick for the last 12. Sue is currently the office manager and is becoming a ceramic assistant. She stains and glazes our E-Zir and e.max® crowns and handles most of the model work. Chances are if you are contacting us by telephone, Sue will be at the other end willing to help and get you in contact with the right person.
After graduation as Vice President in his Fire and EMT class at Great Oaks, Alex decided he wanted to join the family business. He is currently training in 3Shape CAD Design – Dental System™ and learning the business from the ground, up.
Emerick Crown and Bridge delivers the best restorations I have seen. We have been sending our impressions to them for years and have never been disappointed. Their talented technicians fabricate highly esthetic restorations with precise fitting margins. Now I have such high expectations for a lab that I wouldn’t think of sending my business elsewhere.