McTech Dental Lab, in Billings, Montana, is a family owned and operated business that’s been crafting crowns, bridges
We have many years of experience handcrafting customized color-matched restorations for dentists throughout Montana and surrounding States. McTech Dental Lab combines these decades of handcrafted artistry with the latest in digital dentistry.
McTech has deliberately kept its business small so it can offer a highly personalized service to its clients. We fabricate prosthetic teeth for mostly local dentists, from
McTech owner, Mark McKee, founded the company in October 1993. At that time, it was a one-man operation, with Mark’s wife (
We’re not here to produce minimally-functional, fast, mass-produced restorations for the widest client base. Our lab technicians pour their energy into “hand drawn” dental anatomy and shade specifications, blending proven techniques with state-of-the-art technology to create beautiful, personalized restorations that your patients deserve.
Simply put, we aim to provide the highest quality product at a reasonable price, keeping our clientele at a modest size so we can continue to offer the best services possible.
Our existing clientele and word-of-mouth referrals among dentists have been our sole source of business for over two decades, and we’re extremely proud of the McTech Dental Lab reputation.
Our owner and lead dental technician, Mark McKee, has been specializing in complex and aesthetic rehabilitation and custom shade matching for many years.
Our technician Rob Sprenkle, has over two decades of experience in classic restorations, including:
Our high level of anatomical knowledge and artistic hand skills combined with the advantages of CAD/CAM technology allows us to continue our tradition of creating the best prosthetics for our dental clients and their patients.
Mark says: “We take pride in our craft and consider ourselves artisans of function and aesthetics. We never forget that our product is an extension of a real human body. We are committed to meeting the needs of every individual patient, both during fabrication and after the restoration is completed.
A single client can still to this day represent a significant slice of the lab’s work. We keep our dental clients happy by adopting a balanced, measured approach when it comes to growth.
Taking on too many dentists would jeopardize our ability to provide the highest level of service to our existing clients. Dentists are well aware of this pattern in labs and may leave a quality branded lab as soon as it gets too big, citing
Mark McKee was trained by a previous employer in only one skill. All his other skills are self-taught. He has earned a reputation for quality work and his expertise goes back to when many of the most popular dental materials used today did not exist.