Over the next 10 years, Argen experienced tremendous growth and established a presence in Germany and China where they began to distribute dental alloys. In 1995, Argen moved their San Diego headquarters to a larger, 40,000 square foot facility and by 2001 Argen had expanded to include subsidiary offices in both Canada and the United Kingdom.
In 2002 Argen became the largest manufacture of precious dental alloys in the United States and by 2005, the largest in the world.
In 2006, Bertie and Jackie’s son, Anton, assumed the role of Vice President of Argen, focusing on business development and acquisitions. Anton quickly recognized the direction the dental laboratory industry was heading and had a clear vision for Argen’s future. In 2008, Anton became CEO and
strengthened the core of the business while diversifying and expanding into new significant, strategic businesses. His vision regarding the rapid changes in digital dentistry led him to build Argen’s state-of-the-art digital outsourcing center, to support and partner with dental laboratories nationwide.
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