- Posted on: Aug 23 2016
Course Type: Laboratory Technician Courses
This three-day, hands-on program is designed to enable the dental technician to develop the confidence and skills required to communicate with the dentist and thereby achieve optimal aesthetic results. Participants will fabricate an 8-10 unit anterior ceramic case on a typodont.
It is the goal of LVI to provide education that will allow the participant to deliver the highest level of dentistry – and this delivery of information starts with the technician. Today’s technological advancements require a higher level of awareness of the products and skills required to elevate technicians to better standards of practice.
View our Course Information:
|Tuition: $2,995||Prerequisites: None|
|Length of Course: 3 days||CE Credits: 22|
|AGD Codes: 012, 612, 735||Campus: LVI Main Campus|
The Objectives of this course are for the participant to be able to:
- Discuss the architecture of the LVI Smile Design through proper case planning.
- Establish correct form, contour and function with the pre-operative wax-up model.
- Complete an accurate transfer of the pre-operative wax-up or temporary model to the die model.
- Discuss cut back and staining techniques and the delivery of natural looking crowns and veneers.
- Recognize the proper use of materials to ensure longevity to pressable ceramic techniques (includes porcelain ingot, grinding instruments, temperatures, etc.).
- Complete the mounting of HIP and use the cranial analyzer.
Take a look at our team:
|Michael Milne, CDT|
|Jurgen Seger , CDT|
See what others that have taken the course have to say:
The concepts I have learned will be easily applied when I return to my lab. Great Course! I will be able to take my lab up a notch with this information!
– Kristie L. Rocco – Escondido, CA
An excellent opportunity to learn and perfect techniques I use every day in my lab, from two extremely knowledgeable instructors!
– Doug Browne – Ontario, Canada