The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges for both people and society. The Quality Assurance (QA) Committee recognizes that many planned professional development activities have been cancelled or postponed. Registrants are required to complete 90...
On May 28, 2020 the College cohosted a town hall with the Association of Dental Technologists of Ontario (ADTO) to present several facets of COVID-19 and the impacts for RDTs, patients, the public and other health care providers. One of the main topics of discussion...
On May 26, 2020, the Chief Medical Officer of Health issued an updated Directive #2 to allow for the gradual restart of health services accompanied by a guidance document, “COVID-19 Operational Requirements: Health Sector Restart”. Health service providers must comply...
The College is a regulatory body established under the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 to ensure competency and accountability of dental technologists practicing in the province of Ontario.
The College of Dental Technologists of Ontario (CDTO) is a regulatory body that serves and protects the public interest by regulating the profession of dental technology. The College regulates and ensures the ongoing competency and accountability of dental technologists, also known as registered dental technologists or RDT’s, practising in the province of Ontario.
About the College
The College of Dental Technologists of Ontario (CDTO) is a regulatory body that serves and protects the public interest by regulating the profession of dental technology.
About the Profession
An RDT works together with authorized health professionals to customize the treatment for each patient, advising on materials and making suggestions about device options.
Protecting the Public
Every dental technologist in the province must meet the College of Dental Technologists of Ontario’s standards for entry into the profession and standards for professional conduct and practice.