Jerry Kaizer is the CEO and owner of Murray Kaizer, Inc., a dental laboratory specializing in a broad spectrum of customized denture and removable prosthetics. Jerry is one of a dozen (double check) Kaizers family members who have worked at the laboratory his father Murray founded in 1962.
Kaizer has worked at a bench since 1976, but away from his bench, he is a nationally-recognized speaker, panelist and KOL on subjects related to removable and digital dentures, including at Dentsply Sirona World; the Dentsply Sirona Lab Summit; the Greater New York Dental Meeting; Idaho Falls Dental Society; and the Berkshire County Dental Society. Additionally, he completed a NADL commissioned five-disc training video on these topics for Dentsply Sirona, where he also works as an Ambassador for their removable and digital denture platforms. He serves in the same advisory capacity for Carbon 3D.
Kaizer cares deeply about the future of the industry and regularly speaks to dental programs, including the University of Connecticut Dental School and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine about removable prosthetic procedures.
He has been interviewed and published in a number of industry magazines including LMT; Inside Dental Technology Magazine; Dental Lab Products; Digital Insights; and Dental Products Review. He also lends his time as a member of the American College of Prosthodontics and National Association of Dental Laboratories, and served as a member of the Connecticut State Dental Association and on the steering committee of its Mission of Mercy dental clinic.
A graduate of Central Connecticut State University with a degree in Secondary Education and Art, Kaizer currently resides in West Hartford, Connecticut with his wife, Geri and dog Pete.
June 29th, 2020 | 1 hr 12 mins
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Jerry Kaizer is living the dream. Murray Kaizer is a removable lab in Connecticut that is on it's 3rd generation of family. Jerry talks about how he started in the lab, how they handled COVID, what they are doing now, and what Jerry's thoughts are on making sure the next generation understands the tribal knowledge of basic dental technology.