Since 2017, the Canadian Alliance for Dental Technology Regulators (CADTR) has been working to create consistent credentialing and assessment processes across Canada to ensure Canadians have access to an educated and skilled dental technology workforce. To learn more...
The government of Ontario has issued a stay-at-home order, effective January 14 at 12:01am, and has immediately declared a second state of emergency. The new order will be in effect for at least 28 days and will require everyone to remain at home, with exception of...
Are you looking to challenge yourself to do something different this year? The College is currently accepting applications for non-Council committee Members to help regulate dental technology in the public interest and advance the quality and safety of dental...
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.