Carl oversees Studio 2 Dental’s crown and bridge group. Starting in his parents’ dental lab when he was 16 years old, Carl Newberg built a thriving crown and bridge department that he later purchased with his brother Chuck and renamed C&C Dental Ceramics. Anticipating growth in the restorative dentistry segment, Carl and his brother made early investments in technology and in 2003 C&C became one of the first labs in the region equipped with CAD/CAM milling capabilities. In 2009 Carl merged C&C Dental Ceramics with Breton Dental Studios to focus efforts on advanced dental technologies and expand the business to practices throughout the United States.
Chuck is responsible for Studio 2 Dental’s new technology efforts. After earning a degree in dental technology, Chuck and his brother, Carl, formed C&C Dental Ceramics and began focusing on emerging trends in dental materials and techniques. Later, Chuck oversaw the addition of CAD/CAM capabilities to C&C, making it one of the first labs in the region with advanced milling equipment. In 2009, Chuck and Carl merged C&C Dental Ceramics with Breton Dental Studios to bring innovation and leadership to the growing restorative and prosthetics dental market.
Randy leads Studio 2 Dental’s CAD/CAM operations and is in charge of continuous improvement. Randy attended the prestigious Kendall School of Design and later joined Bowman Lab where he skillfully crafted crowns and bridges. Next, he formed Richter Lab and then merged with Breton Dental Studio in 1982. Like his partner Mike Seward, Richter recognized rapidly changing industry trends and became an early adopter of dental techniques supporting implantology and computer-aided design and manufacturing. He and Seward merged Breton Dental Studio with C&C Dental Ceramics to form Studio 2 Dental to continue delivering quick service, quality products and unmatched customer satisfaction.
Mike is responsible for Studio 2 Dental’s daily operations and quality control. Mike began his dental career in the U.S. Army. He formed Breton Dental Studio in 1982 with Randall Richter and expanded the company’s reach to Traverse City, Mich., in 1992. Both Seward and Richter embraced technology trends in dentistry and quickly assumed leadership positions in computer-aided design and manufacturing and implantology. The two merged with C&C Dental Ceramics in 2009 and launched Studio 2 Dental to continue delivering quick service, quality products and unmatched customer satisfaction.