Daniel Alter’s experience and repertoire is comprised of more than 25 years in the dental profession; with more than ten years of owning and operating a successful mid-sized dental laboratory, coupled with a Master’s degree in Business Management and Organizational Leadership, and a respected stellar educating record as a Professor of Restorative Dentistry at the City University of New York. The NADL board recognized Daniel with the Educator of the Year Award in 2016. Daniel is a recognized published Author, Presenter and Consultant on various relevant subjects, and is continually active in learning and sharing his knowledge with like-minded professionals. Daniel continuously serves the profession as the Executive Editor of Inside Dental Technology (IDT).
Daniel holds the designation of a Master Dental Technologist (MDT), as well as a Certified Dental Technician (CDT) in two disciplines (CE & CB). His expertise involves Tooth Morphology and Gnathology, CAD/CAM, Implants, and Ceramics; while continued research is emphasized on CAD/CAM, Implantology and all its modalities, including innovative advancements for the Dental Laboratory Technology profession. Daniel provides comprehensive knowledge and expertise for any business and organization. He has been providing valuable consultation services for businesses large and small, ranging from start- ups to global multi-national enterprises.
Daniel is considered to be a true problem solver, with critical thinking skills and a keen eye to the industry’s emerging trends and needs. Daniel's constant pursuit and commitment to education keeps him at the forefront of Dental Technology innovations and advances.
September 28th, 2020 | 59 mins 52 secs
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Daniel Alter is a professor at the New York City College of Technology and also the Executive Editor for Inside Dental Technology. Daniel has a passion to help the industry, assist labs be successful, and mold the graduating students so they are ready for today's labs.