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CODE: 712.381-018Buy the DOT:Download
TITLE(s): DENTAL-LABORATORY TECHNICIAN (protective dev.) alternate titles: dental technician

Performs any combination of following tasks to fabricate and repair dental appliances, according to DENTIST'S (medical ser.) 072.101-010 prescription, using handtools, molding equipment, and bench fabricating machines: Reads prescription and examines dental models and impressions to determine type of denture to be made or repaired applying knowledge of dental laboratory techniques. Fabricates full or partial dentures, using wax, plastic and plaster models, articulators, grinders, and polishers. Casts plastic or plaster models of dentures to be repaired [DENTURE-MODEL MAKER (protective dev.) 712.684-046]. Selects and mounts replacement teeth in model to match color and shape of natural or adjacent teeth, using tooth color scales and tooth illustrations. Molds wax over denture setup to form contours of gums, using knives and spatula [DENTURE WAXER (protective dev.) 712.381-046]. Removes excess plastic and polishes surfaces of cast dentures, using grinding and polishing tools and ultrasonic equipment [FINISHER, DENTURE (protective dev.) 712.381-050]. Rebuilds denture linings to duplicate original thickness, contour, and color according to specifications. Tests repaired dentures for accuracy of occlusion, using articulator. Bends and solders gold and platinum wire to construct wire frames for dentures, using soldering gun and handtools [CONTOUR WIRE SPECIALIST, DENTURE (protective dev.) 712.381-014]. May confer with DENTIST (medical ser.) to resolve problems in design and setup of dentures. May be designated according to type of denture fabricated as Dental Technician, Crown And Bridge (protective dev.); Dental Technician, Metal (protective dev.).
GOE: 05.05.11 STRENGTH: L GED: R4 M3 L4 SVP: 7 DLU: 90
ONET CROSSWALK: 89921 Precision Dental Laboratory Technicians

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CODE: 712.381-018 Buy the DOT:Download TITLE(s): DENTAL-LABORATORY TECHNICIAN (protective dev.) alternate titles: dental technician

Performs any combination of following tasks to fabricate and repair dental appliances, according to DENTIST'S (medical ser.) 072.101-010 prescription, using handtools, molding equipment, and bench fabricating machines: Reads prescription and examines dental models and impressions to determine type of denture to be made or repaired applying knowledge of dental laboratory techniques. Fabricates full or partial dentures, using wax, plastic and plaster models, articulators, grinders, and polishers. Casts plastic or plaster models of dentures to be repaired [DENTURE-MODEL MAKER (protective dev.) 712.684-046]. Selects and mounts replacement teeth in model to match color and shape of natural or adjacent teeth, using tooth color scales and tooth illustrations. Molds wax over denture setup to form contours of gums, using knives and spatula [DENTURE WAXER (protective dev.) 712.381-046]. Removes excess plastic and polishes surfaces of cast dentures, using grinding and polishing tools and ultrasonic equipment [FINISHER, DENTURE (protective dev.) 712.381-050]. Rebuilds denture linings to duplicate original thickness, contour, and color according to specifications. Tests repaired dentures for accuracy of occlusion, using articulator. Bends and solders gold and platinum wire to construct wire frames for dentures, using soldering gun and handtools [CONTOUR WIRE SPECIALIST, DENTURE (protective dev.) 712.381-014]. May confer with DENTIST (medical ser.) to resolve problems in design and setup of dentures. May be designated according to type of denture fabricated as Dental Technician, Crown And Bridge (protective dev.); Dental Technician, Metal (protective dev.).
GOE: 05.05.11 STRENGTH: L GED: R4 M3 L4 SVP: 7 DLU: 90
ONET CROSSWALK: 89921 Precision Dental Laboratory Technicians


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