NDX Affinity takes pride in taking care of our customers with quality product and exceeding expectations with customer service. We treat our customers as family & love to build current and new relationships every step of the way. We believe in open communication and mutual honesty and respect. There is nothing more important than the relationship between a dental office and the Lab and we take pride in ensuring that is there for you at all times with NDX Affinity and building that bond on a daily basis is what we do.
NDX Affinity recently made the decision in June 2016 to change our name from Keller-SE dental laboratories to NDX Affinity and moved into a brand new facility to better serve all of your dental needs. We are the same staff with the same smiling faces, just with a new name and facility that has all the up to date technology including in house milling, scan, design as well as the capabilities to receive any IOS files through all major systems. We are always happy to give lab tours or for you to just stop by and see the same great faces you have always known. Contact Jason Robbins (General Manager) or Kerry Patterson (Director of Operations) and they would love to schedule a time to have you and your staff take a tour.
We are also proud to say NDX Affinity has an exceptional, knowledgeable staff with CDT’s in Crown/Bridge, Ceramics, and Dentures/partials. We opened the doors to our operation in 1982 thanks to Ned Daly (Fixed) and Glenn Block (Removable) who are still here today and who can help you with all of your technical needs. We are a full service dental laboratory.
NDX Affinity is a small, yet successful laboratory consisting of 45 employees making your dental laboratory relationship a successful one knowing who will have their hands on your case at all times.
Fun Facts about Louisville, KY / Kentucky:
- Home of the Kentucky Derby; the 1st leg of the Triple Crown.
- Muhammed Ali (born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr. on January 17, 1942) is from Louisville, KY - an American former professional boxer, philanthropist and social activist.
- The world’s largest baseball bat (120 feet tall!) guides you to the Hillerich & Bradsby Louisville Slugger museum and plant. H&B first made wooden bats in Louisville in 1884 and continues to be the major league leader!
- 90% of the United States’ disco balls are produced in Louisville each year!
- 95% of the world’s bourbon is produced in Kentucky!