Before we begin, could you write a couple of sentences introducing yourself, where you're from and what you do. This will help readers get to know a little bit about you.
I am a prosthetic digital dentist specialised to provide dental CAD/CAM designs with utmost efficiency and accuracy in a brief time frame. I have both the experience and the knowledge in various advanced modules of designing, as I have been working and improving in this career for 3+ years now. I have designed more than 150+ implant cases including All on X Wax-ups, bars, dentures, crowns, bridges, and custom abutments. As well as 100+ Prosthetic cases of crowns, bridges, veneers, and onlays.
What made you choose to pursue a career in dental technology?
To provide dentists and labs with efficient, accurate work and to increase my experience in the field and become more specialised.
What are the biggest challenges of being a freelance dental technician?
I think it is the life-work balance aspect.
Give us an overview of what you do on a typical (or not so typical) day in your role as a freelance technician?
I am starting in the fixed freelancing world as I have worked in several labs, chairside clinics, and businesses to gain experience to provide the same service now.
What services do you offer dental labs?
I offer designs of all on x cases, implant bars, wax-ups, PMMAs, verification jigs, single and multiple anterior or posterior implant crowns, and bridges. As well as Digital smile design cases, veneers, and smile makeovers. I also provide anterior or posterior crowns, bridges as well as onlays and overlays.
Tell me about a recent project you worked on that you feel best represents your work
I recently worked on a titanium framework case with a thimble design reduced crowns over 6 implants and designed the superstructure crowns over it afterwards.
Can you show examples of your work?
What do your clients enjoy about working with you?
The accuracy of the work and the time frame that the work is done in. As well as the flexibility in updating any previous case.
Blog post by Andy Foster - dental technician//recruitment blogger//caffeine addict