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Clear and effective communication between the dental practitioner and dental technician is recognized as a prerequisite for the technician to produce high quality and appropriate fixed and removable prostheses. When prosthetic rehabilitation of a patient is advised, there are several treatment options that a patient can select from. A questionnaire was administered to all the technicians (n=74). A total of 10 questions was asked. From the findings, it can be concluded that- Good quality communication between both dental technicians and dentists is not always present. Dental technicians were largely in agreement that they are more than comfortable when it comes to discussing prosthesis construction with their dentist. This article highlights the rpdcommunication between the technician and dentists.