Today’s a very special episode, as we welcome Dr. Todd Bovenizer. Dr. Bovenizer hails from West Virginia, spending his early years in the mountainous region. He’d go on to dental school, though it’d be some time before he selected the ortho trajectory.Today’s a very special episode, as we welcome Dr. Todd Bovenizer. Dr. Bovenizer hails from West Virginia, spending his early years in the mountainous region. He’d go on to dental school, though it’d be some time before he selected the ortho trajectory.
Once he got his first taste of the field, he was hooked. Dr. Bovenizer would go on to open his own orthodontist’s office in the mid 2000’s. He’d even begin construction of the space while still taking part in his residency. Though this seems like a huge undertaking for a resident, Dr. Bovenizer felt a conviction he couldn’t ignore. By May of 2006, he was off to the races.
365 is a bit of a maverick in its approach, in that few other companies in their field offer the level of hands-on support that they do. They even come to the site, and help to train staff members in printers’ use. “We create that extra layer between the practice and the manufacturer of the printers, with a real knowhow of all the different things you can do with a 3D printer”.
This is particularly of use to those in the orthodontic space. It allows you to diversify and expand efforts, making them well worth their value.
Given how popular 3D printing has become in the orthodontic space, Jay acknowledges how important it is for his brand to attend a conference like AAO. This makes the warm reception that many offices already have towards 365 printing all the more understandable. We thank Mr. Phelps again for sharing his time and expertise with us today!
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