Dexterity refers to the capacity of a person to use his hands and arms in order to perform the manual labour. Dexterity is an important component of any society and it affects economies and lifestyles. In our case, dentists have to be able to manipulate the tools required for the specific manual labour. The concept of continuing dexterity education is able to develop a detailed analysis of the student’s morpho-functional deficiencies, a continuing evaluation of the practical level, and all these elements contribute to the student’s development, not only as a practitioner, but also as an individual in the society. However, there are also some difficulties concerning the costs of the equipment, the technical limitations and some obsolete views of a part of the teaching staff who is not up to date with the modern educational standards.