What is the international marker for happiness? A smile! The dental ceramist, though perhaps never interacting face to face with a dentist’s patients, remains a key part in bringing about award winning smiles. How so?

A perfect balance between functionality and artistry must be found. When a request from a dentist is made for a crown, veneer, bridge, crowns over implants or dentures attached to implants, it means a dental ceramist must consider dental needs (that the final preparation is durable, the right size and shape for the patient’s mouth), balanced with aesthetic concerns. Can any dental ceramist achieve this delicate equilibrium?

It’s a daunting task for the faint of heart, as it requires painstaking work. Revered by his colleagues for his skill and artistry as a technician, plus his devotion and patience as an educator, Matthew Roberts stands above the crowd of elite. He’s one of just thirteen accredited ceramists by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, out of 6,300 members covering more than 80 countries around the globe! He is also the founder of the CMR dental lab. What should this mean to you?

Accreditation in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry involves a rigorous clinical testing process that takes years but ensures a continued commitment to stay up to date in the latest advancements in cosmetic dental techniques, materials and technology.

With our finely tuned skills at CMR, we help you deliver world-class dentistry to your patients. Learn more about our top dental ceramist and opportunities extended to you by visiting our CMR website today.