1 on 1 Talk with Eric van der Winden

Eric has been working in the world of dental technology since he was 18. Thanks to his 42 years experience, Eric knows impeccably how to indicate the points where you can make a difference in this profession. And what is needed. Eric gives tips and wise lessons to the new generation and explains why it’s important to be involved with the patient. Not because things can move faster, but mainly because it improves things in all kinds of areas. Eric reveals why it’s better to turn business into knowledge and experience rather than money. Discover how the man, who actually wanted to become a physiotherapist, thinks how printing crowns will be very normal soon.

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1 on 1 Talk with Daan van Oort
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1 on 1 Talk with Daan van Oort

Een frontale aanrijding, gevolgd door een auto waar de voorkant niet meer aanzat, de dijk af. Daarna werd het zwart. “Ik had keihard gewerkt om binnen het bedrijf door te groeien. En toen kreeg ik een heel zwaar auto-ongeval”, vertelt Daan van Oort. Na net geen twintig jaar als tandtechnicus dwong het ongeluk hem in een lange revalidatie. Het was het einde van een carrière, maar de dentale wereld liet hem niet los: Daan werd “Daan van de dentale fotografie”. “De magie is vastleggen hoe mooi de wereld is,” aldus Daan, “dat alles vaak niet zo erg is als het lijkt.”
49:424 months ago
1 on 1 Talk met Juliane von Hoyningen - Huene
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1 on 1 Talk met Juliane von Hoyningen - Huene

Women and men may have the same rights in the dental office, but they still tend to end up in vastly different positions and specialisations. With Women Dentists Worldwide and Dentista, dentist and politician Juliane von Hoyningen-Huene gives female dental professionals a platform to network and meet role models. The goal? A dental profession where women are represented and empowered.
45:526 months ago
1 on 1 Talk with Irfan Abas
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1 on 1 Talk with Irfan Abas

Everything I have achieved so far has to do with rhythm,” says dentist and lecturer Irfan Abas. Sometimes quite literally so. His own steady pace has led him from playing Uyghur music with the daf, a traditional frame drum, to picking the right time to set up his own academy. For Irfan, following your personal rhythm is key for long-term development, and inspiring audiences along the way.
33:007 months ago
1 on 1 Talk with Ana Stevanovic
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1 on 1 Talk with Ana Stevanovic

Growing up in a war-torn Yugoslavia, a black belt in martial arts and transforming professional education. All of these have shaped the life and career of dentist turned bestselling author Ana Stevanovic. “Being bold to really go for what matters to you is the most important thing,” Ana says. But what is it that inspires us to grow? Ana’s journey has taken her from answering this question for herself to coaching others in turn.
37:058 months ago