Mr. Cornell graduated from his Dental Technology Program in 1981. He worked in a small quality laboratory until opening his own lab in 1985. In 1988 Mr. Cornell began lecturing and teaching advanced ceramic techniques to dentists and technicians in the United States. In 1989 he moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to work with Dr. Robert Winter, where he stayed until 1993.
Mr. Cornell now operates his laboratory in Madison, Connecticut. He has been extensively published in both dental and technical journals and has lectured and taught advanced ceramic techniques in more than thirty countries around the world to date.
November 2nd, 2020 | 1 hr 4 mins
ceramics, dental, e.max, glaze, laboratory, layering, miyo, pink gum, podcast, smoke, stain, storm, straw, technician, voices from the bench, zirconia
One man and his team saw a way to take the number one selling restoration in our industry and make it better. Don Cornell is not new to the layering of crowns, but he found a better way to improve the monolithic zirconia crown by introducing a liquid ceramic called MIYO.