Clinical Dental Assisting:

      During the study, students learn basics of human dentistry, focusing on distribution and full vocabulary that involves the name and the place of every single tooth. Through more than 60 hours of practice, the students develop excellent technical and conceptual skills, enabling them to prepare patients for treatment, pass instruments and materials to the dentist, prepare fillings, take and develop X-rays in an expedient and efficient manner with least discomfort for the patient. After completion the course of Dental Assisting, which is involved in patient treatment and assists in all chair side procedures, students are articulate in the following:

  •       Assisting dentist in diagnostic and treatment procedures

  •       Set up trays for dental procedures

  •       Sterilize and disinfect instruments

  •      Take and mounting digital X-Rays

  •      Mix-up impressions and make casts

  •      Perform sterilization of equipment

  •      Prepare compounds for amalgams, composites

  •      Prepare partial and complete dentures

During study, the students learn basics of human dentistry, focusing on distribution and full vocabulary that involves the name and the place of every single tooth. Through more than 60 hours of practice, the students develop excellent technical and conceptual skills, enabling them to prepare patients for treatment, pass instruments and materials to the dentist, prepare fillings, take and develop X-rays in an expedient and efficient manner with least discomfort for the patient.

Dental assistants work in dental offices for individual dentists or a group of practices.

Admission: Proof of High School graduation or GED or other equivalent and an interview.

 

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