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Dental Lab Technician Certification Clarification

Dental Lab Technician Certification Clarification

According to the feedback I have received, many of you are interested in achieving certification in dental laboratory technology.  In addition to a great deal of study, becoming eligible for the CDT exam requires years of hands-on experience.  Your options may be explored at the National Association for Dental Laboratories (NADL).

PTC Certification

PTC is widely recognized around the world as the leader in dental laboratory technology training.  There are several ways for an individual to achieve PTC certification: through online anatomy training, hands-on technical courses and our latest TechMaster  modules.

Though there are differences between the national certification and PTC certification, PTC training (and certification) is one of the quickest ways to get started in your career as a dental lab technician.   Additionally, PTC training materials are extremely helpful for CDT test preparation.  Stay tuned, my next blog will explain in detail.

 

 

 

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Tina Hoy's passion for education lead her to become one of PTC's most highly certified trainers. During her successful four-year posting as Director of Training and Education at Knight Dental Group, more than one hundred of her technicians were certified in PTC courses. Tina's desire to assist others to achieve their full potential inspired her to her join PTC. She has been fully certified as an instructor in PTC's Anterior Anatomy and the Science of a Natural Smile, Simplifying Posterior Anatomy, Framework Design and Fabrication, Crown and Bridge Anatomical Waxing, Anterior and Posterior Porcelain Application, Contouring Anterior Bridges, Contouring Posterior Bridges and Color in Dental Ceramics. Her knowledge and first-hand practical experience will expand your horizons and help you grow your skills and success.

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