The philosophy

Karma stands for dentistry as it should be. Dentistry followed by the word of Hippocrates. Today’s possibilities are endless, the scientific knowledge is evident and there are so many paths to choose from. That’s why making decisions is so hard these days.

The results based on these decisions can be of great impact for our patients as well as for you as a practitioner.

With Karma we try to help you with this quest for predictable, durable, healthy and esthetical uncompromised solutions.
More on Karma’s philosophy
Maarten de Beer.
Maarten de Beer.
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Maarten de Beer graduated from the Radboud University in Nijmegen (the Netherlands) in 2015. He currently works at two dental practices and his main focus is on restorative dentistry. It’s his goal and passion to achieve the best possible quality in every treatment and to make restorations invisible in the mouth. He documents most of his cases through photography. Besides his work at the dental chair he is also a columnist for Dentista Magazine and editor for the dental magazine TP. He is also a key-opinion leader for Kulzer.

Freek Gols Linthorst.
Freek Gols Linthorst.

In December 2016, Freek Gols Linthorst graduated from the Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. During his education he wanted to become a OMF surgeon, until he discovered the possibilities and challenges in esthetic and restorative dentistry. This is no surprise because of his passion for painting and drawing, and he tries to reflect this in his daily work. He also aims for durability of his restorations, applying the principles of biomimetic dentistry. Freek currently works for MOND in Antwerpen and ACCT in Amsterdam.

Erik-Jan Muts.
Erik-Jan Muts.

Erik-Jan Muts graduated in 2013 from the University of Groningen and is working at MP3 Tandartsen since. He is specialized in esthetic en reconstructive dentistry. In 2013 he won the 3M Espertise Talent Awards with the ‘Digital Rehabilitation Concept’ and in 2015 his article ‘Tooth Wear: A Systematic Review of Treatment Options’ published in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry received the Glen P. McGivney Scientific Writing Award for the best systematic review in 2014. Erik-Jan is board-member of the Dutch Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, counselor for the Association of Dutch Dentists and Advocator for the Global Academy of Minimal Invasive Cosmetic Dentistry.

Mart Ramaekers.
Mart Ramaekers.

Mart Ramaekers graduated in 2007 from Radboud University in Nijmegen. For the time being, he has been commissioned for two dental practices in the south of The Netherlands, but he will open a new dental practice near Maastricht at the end of 2020. Here he will be able to perform restorative dentistry in a multidisciplinary team. Minimal invasive dentistry with an emphasis on adhesive techniques. He hopes as a co-founder of Karma to inspire other dentists to show how dentistry can be performed in a different way.

Jasper Thoolen.
Jasper Thoolen.

Jasper Thoolen graduated from the Radboud University in Nijmegen (the Netherlands) in 2016. He currently works at Lassus Tandartsen Oisterwijk and his main focus is on restorative and reconstructive dentistry, digital smile design and digital workflow, orthodontics and implantology. Jasper is a renowned speaker on a variety of dental meetings and symposia and connected as at trainer to the post-academic education programs of Gaaf.care and IAS Academy. Besides his work at the dental chair he is also a author for Dentista Magazine and editor for the dental magazine TP.


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Here you’ll find all the podcasts and webinars by every Karma-member.


11 August 2021|Tags: , , , |

We hereby proudly present a new podcast to you! For this podcast we have interviewed Yo-Han Choi and Bharat Agrawal, two super talented dentists from Australia. Together, they run their composite course “Stratum BXY”. In this podcast you will discover their amazing personalities and drive - the main ingredients for reaching such a high level in dentistry!


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Rhodri Thomas. Who doesn’t know him yet? Probably no one has ever won that many “best young dentist” awards, and his parents must be among the proudest parents out there. Also his patients are blessed, because Rhodri delivers beautiful composite restorations, ceramics, and even dentures! Besides dentistry, he also makes art on canvas and he has some amazing prints for sale. Of course we are happy to have him in this podcast! Enjoy!


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Giuseppe Romeo is a dental technician, has his own laboratory in Turino (Italy), and is a member of the renowned Oral Design group. Besides this honorable achievement, he has a Masters Degree from the University of Geneva in Esthetic Prosthodontics. In our podcast, he will discuss the important role that his masters (Michel Magne and others) have played in his career. Find out what he considers to be the most important factors to create a successful team with both the dental technician and the dentist!


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For this webinar, we have the honor of welcoming our dear friend Irene Beekhuis to the stage. A little while ago she presented this wonderful lecture about the truth and myths of male and female tooth forms. As a full Karma Member, enjoy this webinar and experience a brief flight through dental history and prepare yourself for some very cool conclusions!


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In this podcast we have Simon Chard as our guest. Simon graduated from Kings College London in 2012. In 2017 he took over his father’s dental practice, which he now co-owns with his wife Meghan. In 2015 Simon was voted the Best Young Dentist in London and recently he was selected as the 4th most influential dentist in UK dentistry. He is a Key Opinion Leader for Cerec, ambassador for Slow Dentistry and co-founder of Pärla Toothpaste Tabs. In this podcast we talk about Simons morning routine, the use of Cerec in daily practice and the origin of Pärla.

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