Dental Psychology

As the late Andy Rooney (1919-2011) said, “If you smile when no one else is around, you really mean it.”

There are a lot of reasons to smile: for example, to show kindness towards others, to improve your mood, to reduce stress, even to make you look younger and feel better. Smiling is important to maintaining your self-image and your smile ranks as one of the most notable features when making a new introduction.

In order to maintain your natural smile and confidence, it is essential to remember that there is an artistic side of dental prosthetics; it is designed not only to assist you in eating and speaking, but also a projection of who you are as a person.

That’s why it is extremely important if you require a dental prosthetic, that an open line of communication between your dentist and the dental laboratory is maintained to ensure that your smile can be restored to its original specifications quickly and safely.

Whether you have a problem in your hometown or halfway around the world, the DPid (Dental Prosthetics Identification) process provides the dentist a complete list of materials used in making your dental prosthetic. No more guessing tooth shades, acrylic type, or type of mechanical attachment. The integrity of your smile is preserved both inside and out.

DPid is proud to support the National Association of Dental Laboratories launch of two new social media outlets that will serve as the foundation of NADL’s ongoing public awareness campaign to address core policy objectives that promote “transparency in dentistry” and the role and value of a competently trained dental technician.  DPid is privileged to be listed under “Technology Innovations” under “Resources” on NADL’s website.

To learn more about how DPid can benefit you, please explore our web site or contact us.
Thank you for considering DPid (Dental Prosthetics Identification).