Dental Technology 36 months Undergraduate Program By Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin |Top Universities
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Program Duration

36 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

18,250 EURTuition Fee/year

Scholarship

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Program overview

Main Subject

Dentistry

Degree

BDent

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Dental technicians work in a laboratory which is usually remote from the dental clinic. Dental technicians work to the prescription of a dentist; they perform the laboratory aspects of dentistry – fabricating crowns and bridges, dentures, implants, maxillofacial and orthodontic appliances, which are intended for use by the patient. Dental technicians have good manual dexterity skills and are required to work with different materials for the fabrication of the various appliances. Dental technology is a changing field, with more emphasis on the use of CAD (Computer Aided Design)/CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) in the laboratory. The study of dental technology will appeal to you if you are interested in science and art, combined with working in a team. If you have an interest in oral health and are simultaneously creatively minded then dental technology may be for you. A good background in basic sciences and a flair for art or good manual dexterity skills are essential to becoming an excellent dental technician. Dental technology also requires precise and scientific expression therefore, good writing skills are important.

Program overview

Main Subject

Dentistry

Degree

BDent

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Dental technicians work in a laboratory which is usually remote from the dental clinic. Dental technicians work to the prescription of a dentist; they perform the laboratory aspects of dentistry – fabricating crowns and bridges, dentures, implants, maxillofacial and orthodontic appliances, which are intended for use by the patient. Dental technicians have good manual dexterity skills and are required to work with different materials for the fabrication of the various appliances. Dental technology is a changing field, with more emphasis on the use of CAD (Computer Aided Design)/CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) in the laboratory. The study of dental technology will appeal to you if you are interested in science and art, combined with working in a team. If you have an interest in oral health and are simultaneously creatively minded then dental technology may be for you. A good background in basic sciences and a flair for art or good manual dexterity skills are essential to becoming an excellent dental technician. Dental technology also requires precise and scientific expression therefore, good writing skills are important.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

1250+
27+
7+
63+
90+
180+
To qualify for admission to Trinity College Dublin, students must: Meet the minimum matriculation requirements; Meet the age requirement; Meet English language requirements; Satisfy course specific requirements; Satisfy any additional requirements or restrictions as detailed on the University web page; and Meet competitive standards for admission to the course. Do check with the University for more information on Entry Requirements.
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Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

4,773 EUR
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International Students

18,250 EUR
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