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Sixty-year industry veteran Harry Carlisle considers himself extra lucky for stumbling upon on a career in dental technology.
>Sixty-year industry veteran Harry Carlisle considers himself extra lucky for stumbling upon on a career in dental technology. Harry Carlisle joined the Navy in 1952, at age 17, during the Korean War. He wanted to join a construction battalion but was told it would be difficult to get in so, instead,...
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I started in the Navy in 1953. I worked in full dentures for about six years at Muth & Mumma in Harrisburg PA. While there I met a man named Nelson Ingersoll who turned me upside down in this business. He was the most creative man I have known to date in this business. I have operated my present lab since 1973. I have operated from my home for the last thirty years and would not have it any other way. I think the bridge is an excellent idea. .
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Some laboratory owners are thinking outside of the box and offering seminars at unique venues or combining them with recreational activities like fishing, skiing or golf. It's an opportunity for dentists to learn in a relaxed setting and for lab owners to bond with customers and foster camaraderie.
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