About Clinical Dental Technicians

So what’s the difference from going to a Dentist for dentures? 

Unlike general dentists, Clinical Dental Technicians are personally involved in the manufacturing of your dentures in their on-site dental laboratories as well as seeing each patient clinically for all the impression taking and denture fittings. They are now officially a part of the dental team treating denture patients directly and keeping records the same as dentists.  

CDT’s are not dentists, they only work with Dentures

They offer a whole new experience to the denture wearer. In their hands, patients will benefit from the undivided attention and creativity of a Denture Expert who is experienced, highly skilled and qualified to design, handcraft and fit dentures, overseeing the whole process from the laboratory to the patient.

“The best skill I have attained in a dedicated career working as a full-time Clinical Dental Technician for over 25 years, is the ability to listen and to interpret my patient’s descriptions regarding cosmetic needs or problems with the fit and function of their dentures”.

“I aim to make the whole process as quick and easy as possible for all my patients”.

It is important to remember that only registered Clinical Dental Technicians holding the qualification Dip CDT RCS (Eng) and Dentists are licenced to provide denture treatment in the UK.

Please note normal Dental Technicians are not trained in cross infection control, patient record keeping, oral cancer screening and many other important factors.  This is to ensure patients safety.  This is why it is important to check your Clinician holds the relevant up to date qualifications.

Free Clinical Dental Technicians Consultation & Advice

To arrange a free denture consultation, please contact me directly for free denture advice and/or a free consultation.

on 01628 521003 or email me.