To mill, or not to mill?

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To mill, or not to mill?

To mill, or not to mill? It's a question more and more dentists are asking themselves. But how do you know who to partner with for success? For William Cartee, DMD, the answer is simple: Axsys Dental Solutions.

Here, he shares how the company’s initial and ongoing support for its powerful Versamill allowed him to dive into digital dentistry—saving time and money while allowing him to give his patients incredible results.

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I think this is the same machine from MAXX Korea.
 
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I think this is the same machine from MAXX Korea.
Axsys mills come in parts from Korea but are assembled in the USA, and we replaced some components inside the mill as they do not conform to international standards as sent.

this is why we can legally give it our own name.
 
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It is not about the machine it is about who operate it and I have seen some really crappy unfinished products put in the patients mouths and I am not sure what is the point other than charging the dentist an arm and a leg because they have the money where you can not do that to labs.
Just my opinion.
 
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