Jungo endo

Anterior layering on zirconia with gingival ceramic

Anterior layering on zirconia with gingival ceramicaJungo Endo, R.D.T. is dental technician born and raised in Japan. He graduated from the Yamagata Dental Technician School in 1995. Upon completing his studies at Yamagata Dental Technician School, he went on to complete a post-graduate master ceramics course at the Osaka Ceramic Training Center from 1998 to 1999. There, he studied under Mr. Shigeo Kataoka, a renowned author of Nature’s Morphology (Quintessence).He received the prestigious Shigeo Kataoka Award upon his matriculation in 1999. At the culmination of his studies in Japan,He worked in a private lab in Los Angeles for 6 years where he caught the eyes of Dr. John Beumer, III, DDS, MS. He joined the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2005 as a master ceramist and co-instructor of UCLA Advanced Prosthodontics Laboratory Training Program. He specializes in ceramics on highly esthetic implant supported restorations.He is a renowned lecturer both nationally and globally on esthetics of complex implant-supported restorations.In October 2012, He owned Jungo Endo Dental Studio in Santa Monica,California.

In 2013, Mr. Willi Geller selected Jungo Endo to be a member of Oral Design.

Alek Aronin

Alexander (Alek) Aronin was born in St. Petersburg, Russia. His professional training began there in 1990. He continued working in Israel in the dental technology industry. It was here, in 1996, that he came across a book “A Collection of Ceramic Works” by Mr. Aoshima. This book transformed Alek’s life and became his inspiration to create art out of porcelain in the form of teeth.

In 2001, he moved to Canada and opened a dental laboratory in Toronto. While managing his dental business, Alek was continuously searching for more education in the area of dental art.

In 2004, Alek visited Boston to meet and learn from Aki Yoshida, a master technician.

In 2006, Alek travelled to Japan for training in the Osaka Ceramic Training Center created by world renowned ceramist Mr.Katoaka.

In 2007, Alek continued his education path when he travelled to Los Angeles, California to meet and learn dental art from legendary technologist Mr. Michel Magne.

In 2008, Alek had the honor of traveling to Japan again – this time to personally learn and train with the Master that first inspired him over a decade ago – Mr. Aoshima.

Now Alek is the owner of the Dental Laboratory and Morphology School in Toronto, Canada. Focusing on Bonded Porcelain Restorations and education.

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