Oral Design New York

Jason J. Kim - United States

Email: jason@jjkda.com

Lab Address:

230 Central Park South,
New York, NY 10019


Phone: (212) 586-2890

Website: www.jasonjkim.com

For over 20 years, Jason J. Kim has been developing groundbreaking techniques in dental ceramics. In 1990, he founded the Jason Kim Dental Laboratory in New York and he soon became the favorite ceramist of Manhattan’s most prestigious dentists. He currently owns and operates Jason J. Kim Dental Aesthetics located in Port Washington, NY and the Jason J. Kim Oral Design New York Center located in Manhattan.

Jason is a Certified Dental Technician and has studied under Master Ceramist Willi Geller, founder of the world-renowned Oral Design International Foundation. His professional member- ships include Oral Design International Foundation, the American Society for Dental Aesthetics, and the Dental Laboratory Association of New York. Jason is known as one of the preeminent instructors of advanced oral design techniques in the world.

He is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the prestigious New York University College of Dentistry, and Director of its year-long Continuing Dental Education course entitled “Mastering Aesthetics and Ceramics.” This course was designed to teach accurate communication and documentation between the clinician in the dental practice and the technician in the dental laboratory. It emphasizes case assessment, planning and sequencing, as well as the latest advancements in ceramic materials andpreparation/application techniques.

Jason continues to present lectures, seminars and clinics at both his laboratory locations; as well as New York University and other centers of higher learning and professional symposia within the United States and internationally. He is co-author of Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry: Principles and Practice, a textbook devoted to fundamental and advanced restorative techniques for dental professionals. He has written numerous dental journal articles throughout his career and recently published his first book, The Master Ceramist.