Shlomi Silberstein 

Oral Design Israel    

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 Dental Address : HaBashan St 4, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

  Phone number : +972 3529-1295

        Cell Phone : +972 54-429-4027

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Biography sketch

Born in Israel in 1958, second generation to a successful oral technician. In 1982 he completed two years of dental medicine in Rome Medical school in Italy. Due to changes in the education regulations of Italy Shlomi returned to Israel. In 1986 he completed his Dental Technician education at Hadassah collage, there he also was an instructor for 3 year. 

What leads Shlomi’s spirit is he is always a student, always in a desire to improve himself.

He uses digital and analog variations in his dental technician work, and has a strong desire for aesthetic and precise execution of any work he does.

In the past 35 years Shlomi has studied and worked with professional in the field and participated in leading courses and conferences. 

In Israel Shlomi works with the best doctors while making countless adjustments to implementing the philosophy of the great maestro Willy Geller, the greatest technician in the world. It is a great honor to be a part of the Oral Design family.


-1958           Born in Israel

-1980-1982  Dental Medicine student – Italy

-1984-1986  Dental Technician education at Hadassah, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 

                     Student guide for 3 years 

-1986-1996  Privert practice in Tel Aviv and participating in professional education courses with Klaus Muterthies,

                     Ernst Hegenbarth, Stefan Bornstein, Jan Langer and Enrico Steger

-1996           Training with - Willi Geller - Zurich

-1997-2021 Oral Design Member, influencer, and course instructor to improve the professional and aesthetic knowledge of

                    dental technicians. 


-1998 -2021 Yearly participant in congress and symposium in locations all over the world


 List of publications 

 List of presentations

List of hands-on courses


Clinical case photos


 Shlomi Silberstein