Dental Assistant Training

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Looking for a Rewarding Career?

Are you looking to become a dental assistant? Interested in what a dental assistant does on a daily basis? In just 12-weeks, you can become one of the most highly sought out Dental Assistants. Due to new technologies and the aging of the population, more people are seeking oral care. All of these factors attribute to an increased need for more dental assistants. If you enjoy helping others and working in a rewarding environment, dental assisting is the career for you.​

D.A. Academy of NC is a fully- licensed, North Carolina Dental Assisting Proprietary School. We are dedicated to providing students with high-quality, interactive, and in-depth dental education. Our 12-week Dental Assisting I course consists of thorough lectures paired with hands-on clinical. In conclusion the 12 weeks, and successful completion of the academic course the student receives 6 certificates:

What a Dental Assistant does...​

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, dental assistants perform tasks, including cleaning plaque, taking x-rays, record keeping and scheduling appointments. Dental assistants typically do the following:

Almost all dental assistants work in dentists’ offices. Dental assistants work under the supervision of dentists and alongside dental hygienists. Dental assistants take many precautions when working with patients including wearing safety glasses, surgical masks, protective clothing, and gloves to protect themselves and patients from infectious diseases. Dental assistants must also follow safety procedures to minimize the risk to patients’ vital organs from doses of radiation during X-ray procedures.

FAQ

Dental assistants are the backbone to any successful dental practice. As a dental assistant, you will greatly increase the efficiency of the dentist by delivering quality oral health care. Dental Assistants play a vital role on the dental care team. If you have strong communication skills, enjoy working with your hands as well as your mind and want a career with responsibility, dental assisting is for you.

Dental Assistants may have different duties and responsibilities within a dentist’s office based on the different regulations for that state. However, the core focus of their work is always on patient care, often preparing patients for examinations and procedures or working alongside the dentist when examining and treating patients

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No the $100 application fee is non refundable processing fee. Only paying your Tuition Deposit or Paying in full will secure your seat for an upcoming class!

YES, you can choose weekly or bi-weekly.

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