3D—printed full dentures in everyday laboratory routine: digital — exact fit — highly esthetic — profitable
Gerrit Scholz completed his training as a dental technician in 2011 as best of his year at Vier Q AG Dentaltechnik in Bochum, Germany.
Following his Bachelor’s degree in dental technology in Osnabrück in 2014, he completed his Master’s degree in applied materials science at the same university until 2016 and graduated top of his class with a focus on dental technology.
Gerrit Scholz completed several internships during his studies with Amann Girrbach in the Materials Department. Consequently, after completing his studies, he started as a development engineer in the R&D Department, initially in the field of digitization/CAM, and moved to the Materials Team in 2017, where his focus has remained on 3D printing and PMMA materials.
Following his training in the mechanical field near Ulm, Germany, Hansgeorg Kaul decided to study Business Administration at the Cooperative State University in Ravensburg, Germany.
Since 2009 he’s been working in leading product management positions in the field of dental devices and joined the product management of Amann Girrbach in 2016, where he’s leading the team for CAD/CAM Equipment.
After a training in the field of tourism in Freiburg, Munich and England, she studied International Business and Intercultural Studies at the University of Applied Sciences in Heilbronn, Germany.
Since 2007, Silke has been working in different product management positions mainly within the hygiene services industry.
In 2019, she decided to change to a new business environment and explore the field of dental solutions. Within VITA Zahnfabrik, she is one of the product managers responsible for the VITA conventional and digital denture solutions.
After successfully completing her training as a dental technician in Freiburg/Breisgau, Germany, Eva Kolb began studying dental technology at the University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück, Germany.
There she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree. Building on this, she took further applied materials science courses and later also received her degree as Master of Science.
Subsequently, she worked as a developer at Wieland Dental & Technik in Pforzheim. In 2017, she started working as a project manager in development for VITA Zahnfabrik H. Rauter GmbH & Co. KG in Bad Säckingen. She recently transitioned to a position in product management within the company.