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The National Association of Dental Laboratories (NADL) is a federation of state commercial Dental Laboratory Associations formed in 1951 in Chicago by a merger of the Dental Laboratory Institute of America and the American Dental Laboratory Association. In 1952, NADL opened its national headquarters offices in Washington, D.C. From 1968-1971, the organization was known as the National Association of Certified Dental Laboratories. The association changed back to its original name in 1971.
NADL Mission – NADL aggressively advances the dental laboratory technology industry and its members through advocacy, education, standards and services.
NADL Vision – NADL is the dental laboratory industry’s respected authority, delivering the highest standards to ensure our members are viewed as valued professionals on the dental health team.