A True Measurement of Dental Laboratory Passion with Josef Kolbeck

Episode 134 · October 19th, 2020 · 58 mins 2 secs

About this Episode

Voices From the Bench is all about showcasing people that love what they do, show true passion for it, and do everything they can to share it with our community. Not many people do this more than Josef Kolbeck. Josef came into our industry through jewelry and has not stopped learning and growing since. His passion is strong and he wanted to educate others what he has learned. He developed the OMP, the Phi tool-guide, and takes education one on one with the "Webinar-in-a-box". Find out why many refer to this as the Kolbeck technique.

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To get going on the Webinar in a Box email Josef at kolbeckdental@gmail.com

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