Dental laboratory technicians work carefully to create realistic dental prosthetics.
There are no postsecondary education requirements to become a dental laboratory technician.High school students interested in becoming dental laboratory technicians should take courses in science, mathematics, computer programming, and art.
Formal education programs are available for dental laboratory technicians through vocational schools, community colleges, and universities. Most programs take 2 years to complete, though there are a few 4-year programs available.
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