CAD CAM Designer

Job Title: CAD CAM Designer

Shift: Days

Salary: $20-$30 per hour


The position is classified as full time (40 hours per week) with benefits including health, dental, and vision insurance, as well as 401k. 

This is a great opportunity to expand your positive impact in a new lab! We are looking for a Dental CAD/CAM Designer! Join an experienced team and work with the best!

The Dental CAD/CAM Designer role is to fabricate framework, full contour crowns, bridges, implant abutments, veneers, diagnostic wax ups and full arch implant restorations, using Exocad software CAD /CAM and milling technology. The Dental CAD/CAM Designer will ensure prosthetics are high-quality and visually esthetic.

·       Scan, design, and fabricate dental prosthesis using CAD / CAM software and technology

·       Responsible for producing the esthetics that our customers have come to expect

·       Read and understand the doctor’s prescription to understand the processes needed to fulfill the requirements of the prescription

·       Scan models or receive scanned models or impressions and import into CAD software

·       Ability to meet tight deadlines, while consistently producing quality restorations

·       Design cases according to Doctors’ prescription requests using CAD/CAM software

·       Maintain strong attention to detail to produce high quality designs that meet

·       doctors’ specifications

·       Use designated lab software for task assignment and completion of case

·       Work independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordination work efforts with other employees and organizations


·       Minimum 3 to 5 years of Dental Laboratory CAD/CAM Designer Experience

·       Strong Computer Skills

·       High Detail & Accuracy Oriented

·       Professional Demeanor

·       Optimistic, Cheerful & Can-Do Attitude

·       Passion for Providing Extraordinary Customer Service

·       Ethical & Honest

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