What makes our lab systems better?

Here at Wired we have a variety of systems to progress cases through the lab, from the moment they arrive in the post through to being packaged up and dispatched back to you. But why do we use these systems and what benefit do they bring?

The most glaring benefit is that they bring organisation to what can sometimes be a chaotic lab environment. As we receive high volumes of work every day, with each case having different specifics such as fit dates and treatment instructions, it is easy for a case to be misplaced or receive the wrong course of treatment or be mixed up with another case.

The outcome of this is a disappointed patient, grumpy dentist and egg on our face. So getting it right first time is essential. An effective system puts barricades in place to stop mistakes happening as much as possible and helps to maintain the high quality of service that Wired’s reputation is built on.

Here at Wired we have a variety of systems to progress cases through the lab, from the moment they arrive in the post through to being packaged up and dispatched back to you. But why do we use these systems and what benefit do they bring?

The most glaring benefit is that they bring organisation to what can sometimes be a chaotic lab environment. As we receive high volumes of work every day, with each case having different specifics such as fit dates and treatment instructions, it is easy for a case to be misplaced or receive the wrong course of treatment or be mixed up with another case.

The outcome of this is a disappointed patient, grumpy dentist and egg on our face. So getting it right first time is essential. An effective system puts barricades in place to stop mistakes happening as much as possible and helps to maintain the high quality of service that Wired’s reputation is built on.