Sean Siegal, owner of Castable Ceramics, says the goal is to take prescriptions from local dental offices and fill them. This would entail creating crowns, molars, and even dentures. These ceramics are not fake teeth, according to Siegel, they are the real deal.
People can expect the pay to range anywhere from $15 an hour. And could go all the way to $100,000 a year. No prior experience is required to get started in some cases.
Head to the Alaska Process Industry Careers Consortium website to learn more about this career.
Watch the Workforce Wednesday Segment here.