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It always requires the ceramist's eye for and knowledge of color—hue, value, and chroma—and his or her ability to mix the powders in the correct proportions to create the desired result.

Oswald F, Campbell J, McCloy R, Rivkin D, Lewis P. The 1977 SOC was again revised and reissued in 1980, in time for the 1980 decennial census. Mineralogical studies showed the presence of silica, silicates, and aluminium.

Dentists also may do research.

Dental work: Careers in oral care : Career Outlook: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

The expanding role of the CDT now goes beyond having a deep understanding of the physiology, mechanical, and Handbook for general dental technicians principles that are required to make a prosthetic restoration integrate into an individual patient's situation.

Licensure requirements vary by state, although candidates usually must graduate from an accredited dental program and pass written and clinical exams.

Dental technicians are potentially exposed to various occupational dusts and chemicals and pulmonary granulomatosis has been reported [ 21]. 2 Despite the efforts of countless advocates, the minimum entry to the dental technology profession remains largely unregulated at the state level.

d An owner or manager of a dental laboratory whose registration certificate has been expired for 90 days or less may renew the registration certificate if the person pays to the board the required renewal fee and a fee equal to one-half of the amount of the renewal fee. The demand for dental services will increase as the population ages and as research continues to link oral health to overall health.

Some may go on to own their own laboratory. Although they make some lenses by hand, ophthalmic laboratory technicians often use automated equipment.

Orthodontists straighten teeth by applying pressure to the teeth with braces or other appliances. 6 Today, all federal agencies that publish occupational data for statistical purposes are required to use the BLS' Standard Occupational Classification SOCand state and local government agencies are strongly encouraged to use this national system to promote a common language for categorizing and analyzing occupations.

Dentists may work for long periods with patients who need special attention, including children and those with a fear of dental work. This time, the SOCPC followed practical methods with key classification principles focused on work performed with "skills-based considerations.

In addition, there will be increased demand for complicated dental work, including dental implants and bridges. Compare the job duties, education, job growth, and pay of dental and ophthalmic laboratory technicians and medical appliance technicians with similar occupations. The already complex information required from all dental team members, knowledge shared between dentists and technicians, technology-driven dentistry, technicians becoming the new Handbook for general dental technicians of digital workers, and the current pandemic crisis necessitate a far more educated and skilled workforce not only to fulfill the needs of dentistry, but also to successfully operate a competitive dental laboratory business that can survive modern-day global markets and rebuild the profession after the crisis is over.