D4D announces new vice president of dental technologies

March 6, 2009
Lee Culp, CDT, appointed to position.

DALLAS, Texas--D4D Technologies has announced the addition of Lee Culp, CDT, as vice president of dental technologies.

Culp has been an a member of E4D University's faculty since 2007, and has been vital in the introduction of the E4D Dentist System. Culp has begun to implement D4D's new design service, mylab, as well as D4D Technologies' involvement in dental technology and the introduction of the company's laboratory system.

"I am thrilled to be a full-time member of the D4D team," said Culp. "I look forward to the opportunities to come, as we continue to develop and integrate high-quality products into the world of digital dentistry."

As a member of D4D's executive team, Culp will also assist in the strategic planning of products, advanced education instruction, and will represent D4D at trade shows and other marketing, sales and promotional events.

He will work closely with D4D's research and development team to provide specifications and participate in design reviews and testing during the development cycle.

Continuing his mentorship role at D4D, Culp will oversee a team of dental technicians and computer design technicians in the design and fabrication of high-quality dental restorations for D4D's laboratory/dentist customers and their patients.

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