Doug Heaysman Dip CDT, RCS, (Eng) MCDP, MDTA, DD, has over 30 years experience as a dental technician, having qualified in London in 1970
During this time he has undertaken further study, gaining the Diploma in Denturism from George Brown College, Toronto, in 2003., following 4 years study at Norwood College. He has considerable experience of both prosthetic and ceramic laboratory work, having worked in both busy commercial laboratories and smaller private premises. He has had his own laboratory in East Lancashire for the past 28 years.
Clinical Dental Technicians (CDTs) are not dentists but are skilled practitioners who work in parallel with local dental practices to deliver specialist services to clients including the fitting of dentures. Equipped with solid technical training as a Dental Technician – plus post-technician training in sciences, clinical skills and interpersonal skills the CDTs can design, create, construct, repair and modify removable appliances to ensure optimal fit, maximum comfort and general well-being of patients.