Clinical Dental Technician
A Clinical Dental Technician or CDT is a registered Dental Care Professional who is trained and qualified to provide a range of Denture Services direct to patients – services that were previously only available through your Dentist.
It is the priority of every Clinical Dental Technician to deliver the highest standards of care, putting the interests of their patients first.
Your first appointment will be a consultation. In this appointment we will undertake a detailed clinical evaluation so that we can reach a diagnosis in order to create a detailed treatment plan that is tailored exactly to your needs.
We will describe the different types of dentures available and the technical procedures involved so you can make an informed choice about the treatment you receive. Together, you, your CDT and if necessary a dentist, can then decide upon the right course of action for you.
What Qualifies a CTD to work on my Dentures?
With many years experience working as Dental Technicians, CDTs have the advanced technical and clinical skills needed to carefully design and hand-craft every denture to the individual requirements of the patient. In order to operate legally in the UK, a Clinical Dental Technician has to undergo rigorous training and evaluation over a minimum period of three years.
Every Clinical Dental Technician should have the following credentials:
- Graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons England
- Holds a Diploma in Clinical Dental Technology
- Is registered with the General Dental Council as a Dental Technician and CDT
- Has appropriate insurance to work with patients
Never seek Denture advice or treatment from someone who is not trained or qualified to practice as a Clinical Dental Technician or Dentist in the UK.
For a Limited time only we are now offering a free Denture Clean with every yearly Check with a Clinical Denture Technician.
Hours of Operation
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