Alexander Wunsche attended dental technology school in Nuertingen, Germany and obtained his accreditation as a CDT in Friedrichshafen, Germany while working in the family-owned dental laboratory and dental office. Further education in special laboratories for implants and all ceramic restorations was completed in Ravensburg, Germany.
Alexander has published articles for Inside Dental Technology (IDT) in March 2012 focused on improving digital workflows for more economic implant cases, the Journal of Dental Technology (JDT) in May 2013 about Economic Ways to Achieve more Esthetic Results, Inside Dental Technology (IDT) in September 2013 about Perfecting the Smile with Proper Planning and was interviewed for Inside Dental Technology (IDT) in May 2013 for his commitment to Digital Precision.
Alexander Wunsche specializes in complex implant cases and CAD/CAM technology. He has lectured at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting for Amann Girrbach as well as regional meetings including several study clubs in South Florida. Alexander Wunsche currently manages the production at Zahntechnique Dental Lab in Miami, FL, founded by Klaus Lampmann, CDT.
Quality and economic advantages of combining CAD/CAM workflows and centralized manufacturing - In-house CAD/CAM workflows and centralized manufacturing are evolving quickly in our industry. Are both sides competing with each other or is the use of in-house and centralized production supportive for our industry? Alexander Wuensche discusses both ways of production and gives insight into his own workflows where he is using in-house CAD/CAM and centralized production partners. He explains the quality and economic advantages of combining both ways.