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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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Almost 80% of respondents to LMT's 2013 Dentist Survey donít want their work outsourced overseas, preferring to support U.S. labs, take advantage of the personalized service they can get from a nearby lab and ensure FDA-approved materials are being used.
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