Everyday Americans have always been the heart of our nation, those that come from humble beginnings, but answer the call and become extraordinary when the need arises.
One such ordinary American in the very beginning of the Revolutionary War was a dentist. He was a key participant that took a midnight ride from Boston to Lexington to warn the colonists that the Redcoats were coming. Yes, indeed, Paul Revere was a dentist. We all know that Paul Revere was a silversmith, but he was also a dentist. In the 1760’s a dental surgeon named Dr. John Baker taught Paul how to make and fit patients with artificial teeth. Revere set up his own practice in Boston in 1770 and became the first forensic dentist in 1775 when he identified the body of a patient that died in the battle of Bunker Hill.
"Let us all reflect how we can contribute to our nation, making it better, one patient, one person at a time."
--- TONY SEDLER, PRESIDENT
The American spirit is that of individuals innovating, working hard, and going above and beyond for the good of their neighbors and country. We see that the American spirit is alive and well in our dental clients. All of us at Burbank Dental Lab are proud to be part of your practice and are committed to your vision to provide excellent treatment to your patients.
"My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." --John F. Kennedy
Let us all reflect how we can contribute to our nation, making it better, one patient, one person at a time. I want to wish you all a Happy Fourth of July.
With much pride in our country that has provided my family and me with the opportunity to thrive and build a life,
President and CEO
Burbank Dental Lab