Developed for dental technicians, dental assistants, dental hygienists, and dentists This course presents the fundamental information of anterior dental anatomy. Topics include the internal structure, anterior surface anatomy, and the 21 features of the anterior teeth.
The included online illustrated dictionary allows access to definitions and pronunciations of all dental terms used in the course.
Technicians will learn the tools to communicate about anterior dental restorations with confidence and certainty. This course is especially beneficial when taken by all team members. Establishing a common vocabulary that is spoken and clearly understood by everyone eliminates confusion and mistakes.
Dental technicians can expect improvements in the quality of their work when waxing, porcelain building, anterior contouring, and CAD/CAM design. If the course is passed with a score of 85% or higher, a Certificate of Completion may be purchased by calling PTC at 408-776-0433.
Course length: Self paced study (3 hours)
Course material: Over 350 illustrated pages
Video: Over 1 hour of high-quality video
CDT Credits: 3 CDT credits
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