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Introduction to Dental Laboratory Technology


CEU's: 86

Price: $10000

All supplies furnished

Do I have to wear scrubs?

Yes, it is a requirement to follow OSHA guidelines. ALL students must wear a lab coat, mask, and uniform scrubs, top and bottom (no t-shirts or jeans are accepted) and tennis shoes (dress shoes are not acceptable) to attend class, NO exceptions. If requirements are not followed you will be rescheduled for a following date.

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Dental Technicians work with a variety of materials including waxes, plastics, precious and non-precious alloys, a variety of porcelains and composites or polymer glass combinations. Many technicians acquire skill in the use of sophisticate instruments and equipment,while performing laboratory procedures. It is important for the technician to help create tooth replacements that are both attractive and functional. Technicians perform much of their work without close supervision. They often experience the satisfaction that results from taking an entire project from start to finish. If you like doing precision work with your hands, enjoy working independently and are interested in health care, a career as a Dental Laboratory Technician may be for you. The Complete Dental Lab Training is provided to dental staff,interested in starting an exciting new career.

No Previous Dental Experience is required for this course


This course will be 4 weeks (1 month). Call for complete course schedule. Student will complete and take home a finished crown. Upon completion of the Course each student will receive a Certificate of Completion.


  • Dental Anatomy
  • Disinfecting Protocol
  • OSHA Control for Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Dental Laboratory Equipment
  • Model & Die
  • Die Trimming
  • Metal Finishing
  • Adjust Contacts & Occlusion
  • Finish Crown Contour & Margins
  • Add Contacts
  • Stain & Glaze
  • Intro Substructure Waxing, Investing & Casting
  • Model Articulation
  • Professional Development and Maintaining Records materials
  • Different types of crown fabrication, and why they are chosen. Including PFM, Emax, Bruxir, Lava, Veneers, monolithic and layered crowns.


All courses must be completed within 30 days of the start date. This includes all required documents, a copy of a valid American Heart Association or American Red Cross BLS CPR card only, and a copy of High Scool or College Diploma or Transcript. Trade school diplomas are not accepted. Extension fee will apply on day 31. Courses not completed on time are subject to an extension fee.

*All students must be at least 16 years of age.

*This course requires a valid CPR card by either, only, American Heart Association BLS or Red Cross BLS. The Dental Board is very strict, so no others can or will be accepted. If you like you may add it into your cart. Here is the link to purchase: CPR/AED Training Course. If you already have a valid CPR, bring in a prepared copy of the card when you attend class.

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