Cosmetic Ceramist – Dental Technician

POSITION TYPE: Dental – Lab

SPECIALTY UNIT: Cosmetic Ceramist

SHIFT: Day

JOB TYPE: Full-Time Permanent

About Us:

We are expanding to meet demand and looking for an experienced technician to relocate to the beautiful Virginia Beach area here in southeastern Virginia.

Our nationally recognized, full-service dental lab is seeking a well-qualified aspiring master-level ceramist to join our team. This is an exceptional opportunity for a talented, hard-working individual seeking to learn and be challenged with anterior and full arch casework, diagnostic wax-ups, and comprehensive case planning.

Summary of daily Essential Job Functions of this position;

* Ability to read, understand, and follow detailed written case prescriptions

* Strong skillset with layering and contouring of 8 – 10 unit anterior case

* Experience with proper techniques for fabrication of lithium disilicate and zirconia type restorations

* Strong skills with diagnostic waxing 8- 10 units

* Use of semi-adjustable articulator systems with all casework

Minimum Requirements for this position;

* 8 – 10 years experience in dental lab work

* Have a foundational understanding of occlusion and function in dentistry

* Have the ability to wax anterior teeth

* have a commitment to learning and continuous improvement

* Have the ability to read and understand written prescriptions

* Have the ability to complete 8 -10 unit case daily

Benefits offered to the qualified person joining our team;

* unlimited opportunity to learn and advance career

* be involved in complex casework with exceptional doctors from around the country

* Flexible hours

* large spacious facility on 3 acres in the heart of southeastern Virginia

* Be a part of an exceptional and diverse team of experienced technicians from around the world

* Salary plus monthly, and annual bonuses ( $110,000 – 150,000 + )

To apply please send your CV to rosa@dentalcareerservices.com
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