If the staff members at Renstrom Dental Studio need something done, they call Brian Nagle.
While Nagle mainly focuses on the lab's CAD/CAM restorations, he can pitch in wherever he's needed in the laboratory. "I'm able to do a lot of different things—trim dies, waxups, technical troubleshooting," says Nagle, who joined the lab 11 years ago. "I don't have a typical day. I'm all over the place."
Nagle cultivated his menagerie of skills by working closely with Owner Rick Renstrom, whom he considers his mentor, and looking for learning opportunities whenever possible. "Brian puts so much energy...
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- 78% Don’t have the equipment, staff or expertise in house - 48% To offer a wider variety of restorations - 12% When they have too much work/to even out the workflow - 11% To test new products and restorative materials before making purchases - 7% When the lab is short staffed - 3% When our equipment is down/being repaired
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