Best Dental Lab Management Software

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Iv'e been using 'Lab Manager professional',,,LSG,,,, for the last 20+ years ,,,,,I'm guessing it's not very good because of the lack of any other users here . It was cheap to buy & always worked well for my tiny lab . Ha Ha , I just figured out it has cost me $1 per month so here on out it's all gravy 🤣
I've had Lab Manager since 2005. Simple to use. No fees.
 
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I've used lab manager for more than 20 years, I need statement paper and they don't answer calls or emails. Does any one use the perforated statement paper or invoice paper?
 
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I've used lab manager for more than 20 years, I need statement paper and they don't answer calls or emails. Does any one use the perforated statement paper or invoice paper?
We use the LSR form and envelopes. Order online. No need to talk to any humans.
 
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I am looking to buy paper also but they currently say it is out of stock? I am guessing that is where the money comes from. They get 75$ a ream which is highway robbery. I'll begin using plain paper and cutting myself verses going to a monthly 250$ fee. Someone else mentioned a software from intuit that works seemlessly with quickbooks, but it's 5K$?
 
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From browsing around and reading the forums, Labstar definetly seems to be the "best" overall, but with that "we know we are the best" price. I don't see as much info from people using Seazona but it seems extremely competitive in features and usability with Labstar at a much better price ($80 vs. $250 a month if you want a client portal)

Anybody know why a lab would choose Labstar over Seazona at this price difference? Labstar looks like it's probably marginally nicer, I just watched hour long live demos from each and wasn't seeing an upside that justified the higher price. Does anybody here have any info that would shed light on why to choose labstar?
 
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From browsing around and reading the forums, Labstar definetly seems to be the "best" overall, but with that "we know we are the best" price. I don't see as much info from people using Seazona but it seems extremely competitive in features and usability with Labstar at a much better price ($80 vs. $250 a month if you want a client portal)

Anybody know why a lab would choose Labstar over Seazona at this price difference? Labstar looks like it's probably marginally nicer, I just watched hour long live demos from each and wasn't seeing an upside that justified the higher price. Does anybody here have any info that would shed light on why to choose labstar?
We are going from Quickbooks and giant filing cabinets to Seazona. Once we actually make the transition(i don't control the front of the house at my lab) I'll let you know how it goes.
 
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We are going from Quickbooks and giant filing cabinets to Seazona. Once we actually make the transition(i don't control the front of the house at my lab) I'll let you know how it goes.
Nice, we may have gone in a direction by that time but always good info, I will try to relay my experience going forward as well
 

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