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dental technician

n.
One who makes dental appliances and restorative devices, such as bridges or dentures, to the specifications of a dentist.

dental technician

dental technician

A person who makes dental appliances, such as dentures, bridges and orthodontic devices.

den·tal tech·ni·ci·an

(dentăl tek-nishăn)
The dental professional who fabricates crowns, bridges, and prosthetic devices under supervision of or following a prescription by a dentist.
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She said: "I was a dental technician and I gave that up to be a flight attendant.
By dealing direct with the Clinical Dental Technician, you are able to explain exactly what you require to the person manufacturing the dentures.
A Clinical Dental Technician is a legally GDC registered and a qualified Dental care professional, trained to provide an expertise in a range of private Denture services.
What began more than 85 years ago as a manufacturing site for ceramic teeth has evolved into a leading international company with a comprehensive product range for dentists and dental technicians.
Clinical dental technicians are trained and registered to provide patients direct treatment for the construction, repairing and fitting of removable dental appliances, such as dentures.
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Now the clinical dental technician is on the brink of halting plans to expand his business due to his inability to find an essential new recruit.
You need to be registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) before you can work as a dental technician.
In addition to his traditional experience, Tom joined Jurg Struck, a Swiss Master Dental Technician, in three clinical courses where he observed the treatment of patients in a clinical approach over a two-day period.
Choudat (1994) reported no significant differences in lung function and prevalence of respiratory symptoms between dental technicians and controls, but an increased risk of pneumoconiosis among dental technicians and a positive interaction between occupational exposure and cigarette smoking.
Top Dental Lab recently held a workshop in Muscat InterCon-tinental Hotel under the auspices of H H Sayyid Hamed bin Thuwaini bin Shihab al Said in the presence of H E Salim bin Musallem al Busaidi, Undersecretary of Civil Service for Administrative Development, H E Dr Mohammed bin Saif al Hosni, Undersecretary of Health Affairs at the Ministry of Health, H E Said bin Mohammed al Braiki, Advisor at the Ministry of Interior, H E Obeid Zahir al Hosni, Director of Middle Asia Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, other dignitaries, dentists and dental technicians from both the public and the private sectors.
Designed for practicing dentists and dental technicians, the text covers the scientific aspects of dental ceramic materials, processing methods, veneers, all-ceramic single crowns, non-vital abutment teeth, external bleaching, all-ceramic fixed partial dentures, bonding of ceramic restorations, and all- ceramic implant supported restorations.