Dental Laboratory Technician Interview

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Why did you pursue a career as a dental laboratory technician?

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    Why did you pursue a career as a dental laboratory technician?

      The interviewer wants to know more about you. Keep your response relevant and work-related. You can choose to tell a quick story that relates to why you decided to enter the dental career field. The great thing about this question is that you can show your passion for the field. Show the interviewer that you're good at your job and love coming to work each day.

      Rachelle's Answer

      "I've always known I wanted to work in the medical career field but wasn't quite sure how. My hobby is designing jewelry. Using small tools, having an artistic eye and attention to detail are skills needed to create my jewelry. I discovered this skill to go hand in hand with being a successful Dental Laboratory Technician. Creating prosthetics for patients is a lot like my hobby of creating jewelry. Every piece is unique and intricate."

      Rachelle's Answer

      "I pursued a career as a dental laboratory technician primarily because my father worked in this field and my interest was piqued at an early age. I recently completed my Certificate as a Dental Technician. l am also recently certified through the National Board for Certification in Dental Laboratory Technology."

      Rachelle's Answer

      "I have been a dental laboratory technician for the past ten years. This work is gratifying to me because I understand the difference my craft makes in the lives of others. Properly engineered artificial teeth can be life-changing for our recipients."