Meet the team:
Joe Gaeta Clinical Dental Technician GDC No: 121159 Company director.
Graduating from the Royal College of Surgeons in 2011 and commencing his CDT training with the KSS Deanery London.
Initially qualified as a Dental Technician at South London College obtaining BTEC National Diploma 1987.
Joe has a wealth of experience in the production of denture’s.
A member of the British Association of Clinical Dental Technology and was amongst the first group of dental technicians in the UK to pass and obtain the Diploma in Clinical Dental Technology.
Joe provides a full range of custom-made dentures direct to patients and is very passionate in providing the best outcome for patients. He endeavors to restore your smile and has a friendly and calm approach.
Joe Gaeta Clinical Dental Technician
Providing denture service’s to dentists in Milton Keynes
What is the role of a CDT ?
Clinical Dental Technicians (CDT’s) are registered Dental Care Professionals (DCP’s), who are regulated by the General Dental Council.
Qualifying as a clinical dental technician involves years of intensive study that exceeds a dental technician’s training through additional modules in sciences, clinical skills and customer care.
Their position allows them to offer patients direct treatment for the construction, repairing and fitting of removable dental appliances.
Whilst dentists and clinical dental technicians work independently of each other, they may confer on treatments when it is in the best interest of the patient.
Whilst their services are most commonly used by denture-wearers, clinical dental technicians can offer a range of other services, including advice on oral health.
Along with performing technical and clinical procedures for removable dental appliances, clinical dental technicians can carry out intensive clinical examinations to search for oral abnormalities and refer patients to other health care professionals where necessary.