We take for granted the dental design softwares that are here. Sure is nice that someone took the time to make and teach us all how to use them. On this week's episode we talk to one of the technicians responsible for bringing Exocad to North America. John Orfanidis has only known the dental laboratory industry. His past lab was the first lab to get the German made software, Exocad. John learned everything he could about the software and then took it across the country teaching and training other labs to use it. John talks about the early days of Exocad, some amazing things you can do with the software, and what is next for Exocad and John.
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