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Nate Farley is a board certified prosthodontist with a passion for all things digital. He completed both dental school and his prosthodontic residency at the Ohio State University.
While in residency, he worked with Kent Howell to create whatimplantisthat.com, a free online resource for radiographic implant identification. This passion for dental information led them to found Infodontics, LLC, a company committed to put dental information right at people’s fingertips through innovative, useful, and free online resources. Also in residency, he completed his masters thesis by comparing the accuracy of CAD/CAM surgical guides to traditional guides. Over the years, he has had experience with five different implant planning programs.
Back in his undergrad, he learned 3D modeling and animation, something that started him down this road that recently intersected with dentistry. With experience in various 3D modeling programs, he has taken to dental CAD like a duck to water, and is thrilled to help others learn these digital tools.
He has lectured nationally and internationally on immediate interim hybrids, implant complications, guided impant surgery, implant identification, and digital dentistry. He is married to an amazing woman and has three kids, with whom he enjoys hiking, biking, and building Legos.