Dental Lab Technician by Oak Leaf Dental Technology Center


According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, overall employment of dental and laboratory technicians is projected to grow 12 percent from 2020 to 2030, faster than the average for all occupations.The aging population and ongoing research linking oral health and general health will lead to continued increases in the demand for preventive services.  The 2020 median pay was $38,620 or $18.57 per hour. The top 10% made approximately $57,520.


  • No Student is left behind – we work with students that have IEP’s.
  • We have a 98% success rate of getting our students employed.
  • Our job is not complete until we help you find your dream career!
  • We are known as the school that helps each student find a way to make the program affordable.
  • More hands-on instruction than any other accelerated program.

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Don’t miss out on this exciting career opportunity in a rapidly growing field! We offer a 10-week course where you can earn an education to become a Dental Lab Technician in Worthington, Ohio.

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Dental Assisting is an in-demand dental career. Dentists are looking for outgoing, people-friendly, ambitious, multi-taskers that want a career that gives him or her the opportunity to support their family and help others through their profession.   


According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, the median pay for a dental assistant in 2019 was $40,080 that year. This is approximately $19.27 per hour! You can become a dental assistant with an education in a post-secondary, board-approved school like Assist To Succeed. There is no previous dental experience needed to begin. The job outlook is terrific with an increased need of dental assistants of 11% by the year 2028. All we need is you in the profession! Get started with the first step by contacting us today.

Dental lab technicians are part artists and part engineers.  Our school has had many men come through to better prepare themselves for dental school.  Some come through for a new career that welcomes women as well as men.

Young woman learning prosthetic dentistry at prosthodontic lab. Caucasian female student in front working on denture in laboratory.

Dental laboratory technicians often work closely with dentists, orthodontists, and other technicians, but they have limited contact with the patients. They work behind the scenes, using impressions or molds of a patient’s teeth or computer imaging software in order to get a perfect fit for the devices they create. They use materials such as plastics, wax, and ceramics to build the devices prescribed by the dentist or orthodontist.  The top 10 percent earned over $57,520.  Get started by contacting us today.