Oral Hammaslaboratorio, Oral Lindent Hammaslaboratorio and Oral Labodent are dental laboratories specialised in prosthodontics, and their services are available nationwide.
Long experience, strong expertise and mastering high technology are emphasised in the operations of Oral dental laboratories. Our dental laboratories follow the progress of development and provide jobs in all subdisciplines of prosthodontics.
Our laboratories manufacture all kinds of dental technical products ranging from removable prosthodontics to dental implants, including removable partial dentures, fixed braces and mandibular splints for sleep apnea. We only use high-quality materials and the most advanced technology.
The expertise of our dental ceramists is supported by computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) so we can ensure high-quality results.
Oral dental laboratories have the longest experience in Finland of manufacturing all-ceramic crowns and bridges. Our dental ceramist teams represent the top level of Finnish aesthetic dental ceramics.
Fast and reliable services
We always serve our customers individually. In addition to our basic services, you have access to our professional consultation services that offer cost estimates, and we perform our deliveries quickly and reliably.
- A delivery service covering all of Finland
- Open every working day of the year Mon–Thu 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Fri 8 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Oral Hammaslaboratorio Oy
Vanha talvitie 3 c, 00580 Helsinki
+358 (0)10 400 3550, fax 3360
Oral Lindent Hammaslaboratorio Oy
Vanha talvitie 11 a, 00580 Helsinki
+358 (0)9 694 9094
Oral Labodent Hammaslaboratorio Oy
Helsingintie 4, 24100 Salo
+358 (0)10 400 3755
Dental laboratory delivery and order instructions
Ordering dental technical products from Oral Hammaslaboratorio and Oral Lindent can be done by observing the following instructions and contact details. If there are problems regarding ordering or the delivery, please call us on 010 400 3550.
Oral Hammaslaboratorio and Oral Lindent
Tel.: 010 400 3550
Fax: 010 400 3560
Instructions for transportation
Laboratory products can be sent by using Posti’s services.
In the Helsinki metropolitan area, you can order a pick-up at Oral Hammaslaboratorio by dialling 010 400 3550.
Rest of Finland >> Posti
1. Pick-ups for parcels are ordered online at https://www.posti.fi/business/forms/pick-up-order.html?lang=en
If you order before 11:30 a.m., the order is generally picked up on the same day. Deliveries are picked up 9 a.m.–4 p.m. on working days. Pick-up times are in two-hour slots (e.g. 10 a.m.–12 noon)2. Using the form requires a contract number. The logistics contract number for Oral Hammaslaboratorio is 603347.
Filling in the Posti pick-up order form:
Customer’s phone number
Logistics contract number: 603347
Contact person’s phone number
Pick-up earliest at
Pick-up latest by
Instructions for transportation
( x) I wish Posti to print out the address labels for me
Select service level:
( x) Express Morning 9
( ) Express Business Day 14
Contact person’s phone number
Shipment type Number of pieces Weight kg Contents
Choose “parcel” as shipment type
Products must be packed so that the boxes do not open or become damaged when handled by Posti.
A crown is a tooth manufactured in a dental laboratory that replaces a part of a damaged tooth. The crown is fixed on a milled tooth or in the root canal of a patient’s own tooth by using a post. The frame material of the crown is usually either gold or ceramic, and the visible part of the tooth is usually ceramic.
A tooth or teeth that are completely missing can be replaced with a fixed bridge prosthetic. The patient’s own teeth next to the missing teeth are milled as abutment teeth (pillars), just like when using crowns, on top of which the bridge prosthetic is fixed. The bridge can also be fixed on implants. Bridge prosthetics help patients get back their missing teeth. The selection of materials available are the same as for crowns.
Onlays, fillings and veneers
A partial loss of a tooth and different abnormal positions and colours of teeth in natural teeth can be fixed with onlays or veneers. In these cases, only a part of the tooth is milled, and a new structure that looks exactly the patient’s own tooth is fixed on the milled surface.
The development of computers has introduced various CAD–CAM devices and software to dental technicians. The milling of a tooth or an implant fixed to the jawbone can be scanned to a computer, which enables using the software in it to design the actual structure of the prosthetic and manufacture the final product either entirely or partly aided by the computer.
Dental implants are artificial roots drilled and implanted in the jaw bone. These are used to replace individual missing teeth as well as the whole structure of a jaw. Various crowns and bridge prosthetics of different materials are fixed on top of the titanium-made roots.
In addition to our conventional products, we also manufacture various whitening splints, surgical guidance prosthetics, temporary crowns and bridges, wax-ups and different moulds for temporary structures manufactured at the clinic according to either wax-ups or the condition of teeth before treatment.
Tips to ease prosthetic treatment phases
Use a system camera with a macro lens and a macro flash. Use lip and cheek retractors to have an unobstructed view of the photographed area.
Try to take the photographs of the patient, sitting on a normal chair, from a frontal view. Do not keep the patient in a lying position.
Take the sequences of photos in an intercuspal position, in protrusion, laterally, teeth slightly withdrawn from each other, in rest, smiling, and a maximum enlargement of the tooth that is to be treated.
These photos should be taken before starting the treatment. If whitening treatment is administered, the photos should be taken two weeks after the whitening, so that the colour of the teeth has stabilised.
If you do not have access to a camera, we are glad to take the photos here at the laboratory. The photography is free of charge, as the imaging and colour grading are included in the final product price.
The photos are sent by email. Resize the photos so that their size is approximately 200–600 kB and you can send more photos as attachments. Flash drives and CDs are also useful in transferring the photos.
Use Ivoclar Vivadent’s OptraGate lip and cheek retractors, for instance, to help you perform photography, colour grading, milling, replication and other similar actions. You get a much wider working environment, and it is comfortable for the patient to wear. Plastic retractors held by the patient can also make photography easier.
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Always grade the colour of the milled tooth’s pillar, as it affects the final result of all-ceramic solutions. Please find attached the Ivoclar Vivadent’s Natural Die Material shade guide. You can also use normal colour grading scales.
Send the patient to our laboratory for colour grading, and we can inspect the colour under the exact illumination environment in which the actual prosthetic device is manufactured. We can also compare the shared colour selection between the clinic and the dental laboratory. All this helps to produce the final product’s colour successfully.
Design models, wax-ups and mock-ups
Achieving the desired final result for the manufactured product is remarkably facilitated by a careful design beforehand. Wax-ups are used to design the form and functionality of the product.
The index created from the wax-up is used to manufacture a mock-up, a copy of the wax-up, that is placed on top of the unmilled teeth, so that the patient’s oral environment can be assessed before the milling. Simultaneously, the patient already gets a better impression and feeling of the expected end result.
Creating a sliced slip index of the wax-up model facilitates performing milling in the mouth, as the space required by the final product is known during milling, thanks to the index.The mock-up index can also be used to perform temporary solutions in the mouth.
These do not affect the total costs remarkably, but the planning, wax-up, mock-up and indices etc. facilitate achieving the desired results and, in the end, save time. The result is improved, the clinic’s time is saved, and everyone involved becomes more satisfied.
Use a rigid and hard material to create occlusal indices, preferably silicone or rubber paste materials intended for this use. If you create indices for occlusal splints with wax, cut the wax index to dimensions of 6 cm, 5 cm and 4 cm.
This makes it easier to reduce the size of wax sheets based on the measures of individual patients. This facilitates creating the index, and there is not too much equipment in the patient’s mouth at the same time.
If you use a temporary crown to manipulate soft tissue, you can use it and manufacture an individual duplicator for the final implant replicate.
Screw the temporary crown on top of the model replica and inject the silicone used in the occlusion registration in the crown’s cervical part halfway through the crown. When the substance has hardened, remove the crown from the replica’s surface, screw the duplicator into the replica and insert a flowable composite in the duplicator’s cervical part in the duplicated area.
This ensures that the gum is duplicated and transferred into the cast model according to the temporary crown model. Consequently, the gum is duplicated in the correct manner, and not only based on the standard duplicator.
Implant abutment screw torques
Everything fixed to the implant with 35 N cm (Multi-Unit Abutment and Ball Abutment 15 N cm) and everything fixed to surface structures with 15 N cm torques.
According to the attached picture:
Everything fixed to the implant with 35 N cm and to surface structures with 15 N cm torques. XIVE : 24 N cm, use a Xive screwdriver that automatically adjusts the torque.