Luke Gaeta is a qualified Dental Technician, GDC No: 266500.
Studied at Lambeth College London obtaining a BTEC Diploma in Dental Technology.
Luke successfully completed this qualification in 2016, attaining distinctions across the board and continues in raising the standard for Gaeta Dental Laboratory Ltd.
Providing quality denture set ups, denture repairs, additions, retainers, occlusal splints, bleaching trays, mouth guards in the laboratory.
Producing the Gaeta Guard Mouthguards for all discerning contact sport enthusiasts and we are proud to announce his directorship of Gaeta Guard Ltd.
Designs can be found on gaetaguard instagram page.
1. Remove your mouthguard and rinse away any food, dirt or debris
2. Drop one effervescent tablet into enough warm water (Not Hot, this will damage/distort your mouthguard) to cover your mouthguard
3. Place your mouthguard into the fizzing solution for approximately 10-15 minutes
4. Rinse your mouthguard and dry with a paper towel & place your mouthguard into the box for safe storage.
We recommend :
*Always use the box provided for your mouthguard.
*Check your Gaeta Guard mouthguard often.
*Check your mouthguard regularly
NB: Your Gaeta Guard Mouthguard is designed to withstand the pressure of clenched teeth. Over time, your mouthguard may become loose and eventually wear. If not replaced, an ill-fitting mouthguard can cause soreness and irritation to both teeth and gums.
Follow the link for more information & pictures : Mouthguard Cleaning
Luke Gaeta Dental Technician:
What is the role of a Dental Technician?
As dental professionals, we must be registered with the General Dental Council and meet their standards. There are nine principles that we must follow:
Put patients’ interests first
Communicate effectively with patients
Obtain valid consent
Maintain and protect patients’ information
Have a clear and effective complaints procedure
Work with colleagues in a way that is in patients’ best interests
Maintain, develop and work within our professional knowledge and skills
Raise concerns if patients are at risk
Make sure our personal behaviour maintains confidence in us and the dental profession
Find out more at www.gdc-uk.org