About Thoele

While longevity isn’t the only criterion of success, it suggests an ability to advance and adapt to an ever changing environment. As we approach our 90th year of business in St. Cloud Minnesota, Thoele Laboratory continues to integrate the latest technology, materials and procedures to enhance our value to dentists.

Our technical support and services continue to evolve today. Thoele clients appreciate the opportunity to speak directly with our department managers for design assistance and trouble- shooting the unusual case.

When in the St. Cloud area we invite you to visit our modern facility, meet your team of dedicated technicians and discuss your next case with us. If you can’t visit, please call or send an email today and learn about working with Thoele.

Recent News

  • Upcoming Complimentary Seminar
    NDX has arranged for an Educational Grant for you to see Dr. Roger P. Levin, the premier practice management expert in dentistry.

    This grant entitles the Doctor to receive FREE Admission to the seminar. A Value of Up to $399.

  • What Flexible Partial Solutions Are You Using?
    Flexible partials are becoming increasingly popular due to their increased comfort, reduced cost,and ease of insertion. Thoele has several flexible partial options [...]
  • Introducing ClearDream™
    Thoele Dental Laboratory introduces ClearDream™, an oral appliance for the treatment of snoring and mild to moderate sleep apnea in adults [...]

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Experience and Expertise

We are a National Dentex Laboratory (NDX).

As a member of the largest dental laboratory group in the United States, we have access to resources that very few laboratories can match. Our own Research and Development department works directly with dental manufacturing companies across the globe to bring you world class materials, and to assure material safety and compliance regulations are met. A developmental training program for all technicians provides product consistency and creates a career path that leads new dental technicians to attain CDT (Certified Dental Technician) status. More recently our technology group has been assisting dentists who want to integrate their own digital impressioning system into laboratory workflow.