Book a one-hour private session with Sunil Abraham

Personalized troubleshooting and learning have never been better than with access to certified TRIOS® trainers. This invaluable service can conveniently be used to have all your scanning and software questions answered by Sunny, a Top-Rated certified TRIOS® trainer. Call 516-605-9005 to inquire further about the worthwhile help Sunny can offer with your TRIOS® system.

About Sunny Abraham:

Mr. Sunil Abraham is highly specialized in the field of CAD/CAM dentistry. He was introduced to the field on dentistry on the laboratory end in 2007 working in Jurim Dental Studio to facilitate adoption of digital manufacturing techniques. He quickly began working clinically with Drs. Jurim and helped with transforming their practice into an entirely digital workspace. With both clinical and laboratory acumen, Mr. Abraham now serves as the Chief Technology Officer and manages the Digital Department at Jurim Dental Studio, as well as the Digital Lab in Drs. Alan and Barbara Jurim’s dental practice, integratedDENTAL. Having obtained his certified TRIOS trainer status in 2014, Sunny Abraham quickly distinguished himself as THE BEST TRIOS® Trainer, with demand for him to travel around the country to train the top doctors new to TRIOS® technology. 

With intimate experience in CAD/CAM dentistry on both the clinical and lab end, Mr. Abraham has positioned himself in the field of digital dentistry as a top 3Shape-certified TRIOS® trainer. He has completed well over 100 trainings on the TRIOS® in the past two years. Mr. Abraham is also well-versed in other CAD/CAM methods and technologies and has extensively trained on many different scanners, milling machines, and 3D printers. As such, he is able to help dentists determine which technologies they require specific for the type of digital practice they want to grow. 

At Touro College of Dental Medicine, Mr.Abraham helped establish the digital dentistry curriculum and played a critical part in helping to integrate 3D scanners, design stations, and 3D printers into the clinics.