ABOUT OUR CLASSES

Your College Schedule

  • 6-Hour Classes, 2 Days a Week
  • Day or Evening Classes
  • Class size small, only 10 students per class
  • Must Achieve 80% to Pass
  • Retesting Available
  • College Lasts 4 ½ Months

A Typical Day in College

Your day will consist of a PowerPoint presentation, in which you’ll learn about dental anatomy and terminology. In order to proceed in your new profession. After the initial presentation, you’ll go on to the lab part of your training, which will be the biggest section of your day. Each day of class (two days a week), you’ll participate in four hours of lab demonstration and training. Here, in a dental office setting, you’ll learn from expert dental assistants one on one.

Committed to Your Success

By the time you have finished your 4 ½ month training, you will be fully trained and ready to start your first job as a dental assistant. You will need to achieve an 80% on all exams in order to pass. We are committed to working with you individually so that you pass your exams and launch into your new career.

You’ll Learn how to…

  • Identify and properly handle all dental instruments
  • Work as a team with four-handed dentistry
  • Take impressions
  • Pour models
  • Produce temporary crowns
  • Prepare procedure trays
  • Prepare procedure room set ups
  • Place a rubber dam
  • Perform sealant procedure
  • Perform coronal polishing
  • Take both digital and conventional x-rays
  •  Perform sterilization procedures
  • Use EagleSoft Back Office Management computer software
  • Receive Dental Assisting Certification
  • Receive State Dental Assistant Registration
  • CPR training (American Heart Association)
  • Radiology Safety
  • Receive OSHA, HIPAA, Blood Borne Pathogens and HIV Certifications
 

Session Start Dates

Summer Evening Sessions: 2018

Monday, April 2nd - Thursday, August 9th

Tuesday, April 3rd – Wednesday, August 8th

Summer Morning Session:

Friday, April 6th – Saturday, August 11th

Winter Evening Sessions: 2018-2019

Monday, September 10th - Thursday, February 7th

Tuesday, September 11th – Wednesday, February 6th

Winter Morning Session:

Friday, September 14th – Saturday, February 9th

Each session consists of 222 hours of class time.