Dental Technician Nuneaton
Calvin Tudor Dip CDT RCS (Eng) is both a registered Dental Technician and a Clinical Dental Technician graduating from The Royal College of Surgeons of England. He has over 20 years of practical experience in the field of denture design, construction and provision.
Calvin is the only Dental Technician serving Nuneaton who is qualified to provide dentures direct to patients in Nuneaton, because he is a clinically trained Dental Technician (Clinical Dental Technician).
Calvin has been trained in the latest denture manufacturing techniques and regularly attends courses in the UK and abroad, to keep his denture making skills and knowledge up to date, providing his patients with dentures that look like real teeth not false teeth.
He personally handles every stage in the construction and provision of your new dentures; from the first impression to the final fitting, including all stages in the hand crafting of your new dentures. This enables him to custom make and fit your dentures to give you a brighter more natural smile and a healthier appearance. Every smile he creates is individual and unique to each patient, so that you, the patient, benefits from natural looking dentures that are right for you.
Calvin qualified as a Dental Technician in 1991 and then went on to further his career by graduating as a Clinical Dental Technician. He is also a Certified Swiss Denture Concept Clinician enabling him to provide Swiss Dentures.
It is important to remember that ONLY Clinical Dental Technicians who are registered with the General Dental Council and Dentists are licensed to provide new dentures direct to patients in the UK.
Clinical Dental Technicians & Dental Technicians - What's the difference? and why it's important.
Clinical Dental Technicians (CDT) and Dental Technicians are registered with the General Dental Council, however, only Clinical Dental Technicians are qualified to provide a range of dental services, which includes providing new dentures direct to patients.
With many years experience previously working as only a Dental Technician, Clinical Dental Technicians have both the advanced technical and clinical skills needed to carefully design and hand-craft every denture to the individual requirements of the patient.
Qualifying as a Clinical Dental Technician involves years of intensive study that exceeds a Dental Technician’s training through the post graduate study of amongst other subjects: infection control, clinical examinations, patient care, medical emergencies, early detection and prevention of oral cancer, dental anatomy, oral anatomy, oral diseases, pharmacology, radiography, microbiology and periodontology. The profession of a Clinical Dental Technician qualifies them to offer patients direct treatment for the construction, repairing and fitting of removable dentures, including the taking of dental impressions to provide dentures.