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Marshfield dental business reaches the “Elite 8” in a Wisconsin contest

MARSHFIELD, Wis. (WAOW) — Dental Crafters in Marshfield make dental prosthetics in partnership with dentists around the United States. The products aren’t sold directly to consumers; dentists recommend the prosthetics to patients and place the orders.

The company has been voted one of the top eight coolest things made in Wisconsin by the Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce.

News 9 was given a first hand look of the products and the creative process behind them Tuesday afternoon.

The company’s fixed-implants are made by digital imagery, 3D printers, and special milling machines.

Business leaders say the workplace is buzzing after their success in the Wisconsin competition.

“It has provided quite a bit of excitement over the last couple of weeks,” said General Manager Andrew Wilkins. “We’re pretty amazed that we got to the elite eight this week… a lot of buzz around the lab.”

Employees at Dental Crafters gave a hearty thanks to all who voted and hope

Voting to move onto the “final-four” began Tuesday.

The competition ends in October.

Curtis Aderholdt

A WAOW photo journalist since December 2014.

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