The Dental Insiders Episode 15: Matt Winstead on What It Takes to Be a Successful Dental Lab

The Dental Insiders, hosted by Matthew Petchel and Michael Dunn, is a podcast for dentists, dental team members and industry professionals. We share stories and lessons from clinicians and industry visionaries with the goal of providing an entertaining and informative look at the industry we share. Episode 15 presents our interview with Matt Winstead.

Matt Winstead is Vice President of Oral Arts Dental Laboratories, Inc. in Huntsville, AL. In episode 15, he shares his insights on what it takes to compete and thrive as a successful dental lab today.  Enjoy!

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About jmichaeldunn

A self-proclaimed "dental geek", I am passionate about the dental industry, oral health, and dental technology marketing. I have spent the last decade in various marketing capacities for dental technology companies. I enjoy talking about dental marketing with just about anyone and helping companies grow through developing innovative and integrated marketing communications campaigns.
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One Response to The Dental Insiders Episode 15: Matt Winstead on What It Takes to Be a Successful Dental Lab

  1. Phillip G. Pitts Sr says:

    Good interview Matt, you are saying things I was trying to tell laboratory owners in the early 1970’s that there are many hidden cost in their business that they don’t realize or overlook. You have to find products to save time at the bench and enhance your overall quality of products. I started my first dental lab in 1976 by purchasing some of Thomas Winstead’s first lab benches, as he was moving next door into his newer laboratory across the parking lot!

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