About Us

About Us

History & Core Values


Thirty years ago a highly-respected prosthodontist, Dr. Paul Richardson, recognized the potential of a young technician who was working in the dental laboratory at Loma Linda University, School of Dentistry. Dr. Richardson is a faculty member at the school where he guided this young man’s technical development. This youthful Sacramento, California native was Greg Nash.

When Dr. Richardson opened a private specialty practice in Yucaipa, CA he continued to mentor Greg who had just opened Nash Dental Lab. Greg often worked chairside with Dr. Richardson and gained a deep clinical understanding from the experience. This close relationship continued for several years until Greg moved his laboratory to Temecula in 1988.

History & Core Values

Technicians play a huge role in the day-to-day function of a busy restorative-oriented dental practice. This was obvious to me from the first day I started working as a dental technician at Loma Linda University, School of Dentistry. Today technicians need access to the latest technology to not only serve, but to lead the industry with the best materials and techniques. Nash Milling Center provides a vehicle for my fellow lab owners to count on for providing these services to their clients.

 

Greg Nash, CDT.Greg Nash, CDT.

I used to outsource for Procera copings initially and then for Lava, before I bought my first mill. I was continually frustrated from getting cases back with either bulky or chipped margins and coping/framework designs which were inadequate for ideal porcelain support. My CAD/CAM Manager, Greg Everett, and I are committed to insuring you don’t have a similar experience. In his years here, Greg has become a recognized expert in CAD/CAM processes for dentistry. You can count on him, and us, to provide you with the quality of outsourcing services that you will be proud to share with your clients.

 

Greg Nash, CDT.Nash concludes.