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Marotta Dental Studio average salary is $49,123, median salary is $52,000 with a salary range from $34,736 to $52,000.
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Dental Laboratory Manager 34,736-52,000 Farmingdale, NY, 11735 2010 Marotta Dental Studio Dental Laboratory Manager Salaries (5)
Marotta Dental Studio Farmingdale, NY Salaries
Human Resources Director 52,000-52,000 Farmingdale, NY, 11735 2010 Marotta Dental Studio Human Resources Director Salaries (1)
Marotta Dental Studio Farmingdale, NY Salaries
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  • Marotta Dental Studio Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Farmingdale, NY
  • Marotta Dental Studio in conjunction with NobelEsthetics offers you the finest, strongest and most reliable esthetic restorations available today. Marotta Dental Studio has long been involved in the research of Cad/Cam technology and alternatives to traditional ceramic-to-metal restorations. We have utilized the PROCERA? System since its start in the early 1980s. We were the first lab to construct the All-In-One milled titanium implant bridges, as well as the first lab to bake porcelain onto titanium frames. Drawing from these experiences, we are able to achieve a better fit and superior esthetics with the PROCERA? system. We know how to tweak...