Job Description:

  1. Restoration Design Interpretation: Interpretation of dental prescriptions, digital designs, and instructions provided by dentists or prosthodontists for creating ceramic restorations.
  2. Material Preparation: Mixing and preparing dental ceramic materials in specific shades and formulations to match patients’ natural teeth.
  3. Ceramic Layering: Layering ceramic material onto the framework of dental restorations, creating lifelike tooth structures with appropriate shape, color, and translucency.
  4. Shaping and Sculpting: Sculpting and shaping ceramic material to accurately replicate natural tooth anatomy, including surface textures, contours, and occlusal details.
  5. Firing and Finishing: Firing ceramic restorations in a kiln or oven at high temperatures to achieve strength and durability. Final polishing and glazing to ensure a natural and smooth finish.
  6. Quality Control: Inspecting finished ceramic restorations for accuracy, aesthetics, and functionality before sending them to the dental office for fitting and placement.

Job Requirements:

  1. Education and Training: A high school diploma or equivalent is typically required. Formal education in dental laboratory technology through vocational schools, community colleges, or specialized dental technology programs, with a focus on ceramics is preferred.
  2. Technical Skills: Proficiency in dental ceramics, including knowledge of different ceramic materials, their properties, and handling techniques for layering, shaping, and firing.
  3. Artistic Ability: Strong artistic skills to replicate the natural appearance of teeth, including color matching, contouring, and creating lifelike textures.
  4. Attention to Detail: Precision and attention to detail are crucial to create ceramic restorations that match the natural teeth of patients.
  5. Manual Dexterity: Skill in using fine dental instruments and tools to sculpt and shape ceramic materials accurately.
  6. Adherence to Safety and Regulations: Knowledge of safety protocols, infection control, and compliance with industry standards and regulations related to dental laboratory practices.
  7. Communication and Collaboration: Ability to understand and follow instructions from dental professionals and work collaboratively within a team in the dental laboratory setting.
  8. Experience: Practical experience or apprenticeships in a dental laboratory focusing on ceramic restorations is highly beneficial for developing hands-on skills and expertise in dental ceramics.

If you are an experienced Registered Dental Ceramist with a proven track record of delivering successful projects within budget and on time, we encourage you to apply.

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