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- Generally, a Technician will fabricate only one type of dental prosthetic appliance (i.e., a Technician who fabricates a denture appliance does not have the knowledge or experience to fabricate a crown, bridge, or cast partial appliance, and vice versa).
- Create a model of the customer's patient's mouth by pouring plaster into the dental model or impression allowing plaster to set
- Uses hand pieces, articulators, steamer cleaners, grinders, Bunsen burners, burnt ovens, tongs, pliers, knives, lathes, burs, open hot water tanks, pneumatic machines, milling machines, scanners, wands, computers (limited)
- Scan appliance into lab management database upon completion of designated fabrication tasks assigned to technician and place appliance in designated area for the next step in the fabrication process
- To fabricate dental prosthetic appliances from customer prescription forms and to repair such devices per customer orders.
- Minimum three to five years fabricating dental prosthetic appliances
- Dental prosthetic appliances consist primarily of full- and partial-dentures, crowns, bridges, full- and partial-cast partials, and assorted orthodontia devices (splints, veneers, etc
- Furthermore, the fabrication process for each appliance differs and has many steps, and a Technician will generally have knowledge in only one or two steps in that process.
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