Moshe Mizrachi was born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel. He moved to Columbus, Ohio in 1974 where he presently resides with his wife and four children. His academic education was in mechanical engineering. Once in the States, he decided to use his engineering background and apply it to the field of dentistry. He began studying dental technology in 1975 and has always pursued continuing education programs in such institutes as Case Western Reserve, Cleveland, Ohio and Pankey Institute, Florida. Moshe received his C.D.T. in the specialty of crown and bridge in 1983. In 1981, he opened Mizrachi Dental Laboratory, Inc., which he founded on the philosophy of delivering high quality work and personal service. He developed a unique concept of teamwork between clinician, technician and patient. This concept was revolutionary in 1981, and aided in the development of new and more sophisticated dentistry, resulting in superior service and improved financial reward. Because of his expertise and tremendous success in this area, Moshe has been invited to serve as a consultant to many dental offices and laboratories around the country.

Moshe has always strived to improve the quality of work that his lab provides. It is this goal that drove him to begin an intensive search for an improved restorative material to replace porcelain because of its abrasiveness. He has spent the past 11 years developing a processed composite material that would have all the characteristics of natural enamel, yet would preclude the injurious effects of porcelain to opposing natural teeth. This search brought him to many manufacturers of composite material, such as Kulzer, Jeneric Pentron and KERR/belle de St. Claire. These companies have recognized Moshe’s contribution to the development of this restorative concept, and as a result he has been named the main consultant to KERR/belle de St. Claire. Due to the popularity of this new restorative material, Moshe has been highly sought as a lecturer on this topic at universities, conventions, dental offices and laboratories all over the world.

Presently Moshe is involved with two dental research firms: CRA and Dental Advisor. He has been commissioned by these firms to produce several hundred restorations for the purpose of evaluating the clinical performance of processes polymer glass and the use of weaved fiber as an alternative to metal casting. The results of this clinical research will be published to an audience worldwide.

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