“Gain knowledge and experience which you’ll use immediately in your dental career.”
Dental technicians work as part of a dental team, and make and fit specialist materials to improve people’s teeth. Employment prospects for skilled Dental Technology graduates are excellent. 20% of dental care is currently performed by dental care professionals, but this is expected to rise to 50% by 2025, according to the Centre for Workforce Intelligence.
The University of Bolton has developed the Centre for Dental Sciences to meet the need for more registered dental technicians. You’ll learn in the state-of-the-art Queen’s Specialist Building, which has purpose-built dental laboratories, dental processing rooms and a commercially sponsored digital dental laboratory. It’s an exciting and invigorating place to learn, and you’ll gain knowledge and experience which you’ll use immediately in your dental career.
The School of Health & Human Sciences is home to all Dental Technology courses and activity at the University of Bolton. See the School of Health & Human Sciences section of this website for information on staff, events, and news.
Teaching Intensive, Research Informed
Your education at the University of Bolton is ‘Teaching Intensive, Research Informed’. All academic staff are highly qualified in their respective fields, and you’ll be learning from registered dental professionals. Our staff are active in research, which means your course content will be directly influenced by the ground-breaking research taking place all around you.
Interested in collaborating with the University of Bolton? The School of Health & Human Sciences is always interested in working with other institutions and businesses. Please contact us if you would like further information on collaboration opportunities.
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