Jonathan Bill has been a dental technician with 40 years’ experience in dental technology within the United Kingdom. He has successfully run his own full service dental laboratory for 35 of those years, where implants played an important part.
For the last 20 years he has been involved in research and development and he has become part of the research team at Loughborough University (UK), researching muscle function in connection with dental appliances, namely posterior guided splints and full/full dentures. He is one of the primary developers of the CQR denture technique, discovering that the traditional compensating curves that we operate within dentistry do not exist and has presented the fully functional curves that exist in the anthropological model.
He is the Past President of the United Kingdom’s Dental Laboratory Association and has been active within that organisation for the last 25 years, holding many of the directorships within the Board. In recent years Jonathan has spoken and lectured on the CQR concept all over the United Kingdom, Southern Ireland, United States, Canada and Australia. He also has been a postgraduate lecturer and trainer at Griffith University (Australia), as well as Dental Schools and Institutes in both America and Canada.