Bachelor of Dental Laboratory Technology
A dental laboratory technology student in RCDP learns all the technical skills necessary to work with molds, metals, and other materials to create customized fixtures for the perfect fit. Students learn how to make and repair orthodontic appliances, crowns and bridges, complete dentures, partial dentures, and other dental appliances.
They also learn how to fill orders from dentists for a variety of dental appliances. They are trained how to use the dentists' detailed written directions and molds of the patient's teeth or oral soft tissues and therefrom, how to make the following items:
They learn how to craft these dental devices using a broad range of materials like waxes, plastics, precious and non-precious alloys, stainless steel, porcelain and polymer glass combinations to create tooth replacements that are realistic and aesthetically pleasing, as well as functional. They are trained how to work with sophisticated equipment and shape the materials with small hand-held instruments as well as grinding and polishing equipment.
They learn how to work in commercial dental laboratories. They are also trained to work in the following settings:
Mid. Semester Assessment (L1-4)
03.04.2018 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
BLS Provider Course
BST for Dentistry
03.15.2018 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
DENC Course Committee Meeting
Mid. Semester Assessment (L5 - Above)
Last Update: Sunday, 11 February 2018.