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    About Twin Cities Laboratories

    Twin Cities Laboratories is the Minneapolis–St. Paul area’s largest full-service dental laboratory network, working with hundreds of dental practices to provide state-of- the art technology and incomparable customer service. Originally founded in 1970, Twin Cities Laboratories has enjoyed more than 40 years of steady growth to become the region’s leading dental laboratory resource. Conveniently located in Falcon Heights, MN – equidistant from Minneapolis and St. Paul – Twin Cities Laboratories offers personalized consultations, pick-up and delivery services, and continuing education opportunities for dentists in the Twin Cities metropolitan area and throughout the Upper Midwest region.

    Beginning in 2002, six different regional dental labs began consolidating into what would become Twin Cities Laboratories. In 2010, the company behind the consolidations – GeoDigm – merged with National Dentex Corporation (NDX), offering dental practitioners the “best of both worlds” – the competitive pricing and full-line products of a large lab and the personalized service and support of a small lab. By easing many of the daily burdens of operation, NDX provides independent dental labs like Twin Cities Laboratories the security and expanded resources that come with corporate support, while maintaining a high level of customer service.

    For more than 40 years, the labs that comprise the Twin Cities Laboratories network have stayed true to their founding principle: the belief that people – not products or profits – drive the dental laboratory business. Twin Cities Laboratories promises its customers a 100 percent commitment to the human element of dental laboratory services and an unwavering promise to deliver outstanding service and value to area dentists, their staffs and their patients. 

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