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den·tur·ist

(den'chūr-ist),
A dental technician who fabricates and fits dentures without supervision of a dentist.

denturist

(dĕn′chər-ĭst)
n.
A dental technician who specializes in making, fitting, and repairing dentures as a direct service to the public rather than through a licensed dentist.

denturist

[den′chərist]
a person other than a dentist who engages in the practice of dentistry, usually only to the extent of providing only the construction and insertion of complete or partial dentures without the ability to diagnose a patient's dental conditions. Most states in the United States have laws restricting such activity. See also dental laboratory technician.

den·tur·ist

(denchŭr-ist)
Dental technician who fabricates and fits dentures without supervision of a dentist.

denturist

(den´chərist),
n a person other than a dental professional (usually a technician) who engages in the practice of dentistry that is usually limited to making and fitting complete or partial dentures. Dental practice acts vary in allowing this.
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To date, the following professions have been proclaimed under the HPA: Dentists, Medical lab Technologists, Registered Dietitians, Hearing Aid Practitioners, Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, and Denturists, That means a member of the public filing a complaint with these health colleges may have the option of ACR as the process by which a complaint can be resolved.
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Medical denturists are highly trained and skilled in the examination, evaluation and diagnosis of diseases and conditions of the head and neck and of the mouth and to provide treatment with prosthetic appliances, most notably; dentures or partial dentures," stated Ronald M.
The other three were licensure of graduates of foreign dental schools, creation of a separate licensing board for denturists and hygienists, creation of an advanced practice dental hygiene practitioner, and independent practice.
24, allows licensed denturists to install partial dentures: YES.
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com/campuses/toronto-yonge-campus/where she received personal care from the campus manager and an instructor—both of whom are certified denturists, and the latter of whom runs his own clinic in Toronto.
A recent study in Canada shows that contrary to denturists' statements, denturists in Canada do not provide removable partial dentures and complete denture treatment at a lower fee than dentists.