A HISTORY OF
Ron Walsh has been practicing at the forefront of the dental industry as a senior dental lab technician, lab manager, and restoration consultant for over 32 years. After honing his skills as a master craftsman in the traditional processes of manual restorations, he began exploring the digital revolution that was transforming the modern dental field.
Ron scoured the industry’s “best of breed” technologies, landing on the custom milling automation of 3Shape paired with Roland milling, judged an award-winning dental technology in 2018.
Ron’s unsurpassed experience in the field is the result of having served more than seven years in the U.S. Navy doing both four-handed dentistry and working in a three-man lab at the military base in Bangor Wa. Ron then left the military and has practiced throughout the Olympic Peninsula, Kitsap County, and the greater Seattle area since. In his free time, he enjoys boating, crabbing, and other outdoor activities in and around the Olympic National Forests.
An amalgam of classic values and next-generation solutions are what you can expect from KDL Labs.
Best in the Industry
For 30 years, Roland DG has been at the forefront of advanced machine manufacturing and offers practical and reliable technology with unmatched service and support.
The new DGSHAPE by Roland gives us the ability to produce high quality, cost-effective dental prosthetics and restorations while improving workflow efficiencies.
Automatic Air Pressure Control
Automatic Disc Changer
Automatic Tool Changer
Leading the Kitsap County Dental Community
Kingston, Wa., one of two home ports in Kitsap County, is served by the Washington State Ferries,
providing transportation between Kingston and Edmonds, Wa., including one of the
few passenger-only “Fast Ferries” in the fleet.
Kitsap Dental Lab is just one block away from the multi-million dollar resort known as “The Point” featuring a contemporary, luxury hotel, four all-star restaurants with award-winning cuisine, ongoing entertainment and world-class hospitality. We are also in immediate proximity to the “Point No Point” Lighthouse built in 1879.
Considered to be the oldest lighthouse on Puget Sound, it is also
home to the U.S. Lighthouse Society.