INTRA ORAL LEVEL I & II DENTAL ASSISTANT
What Is An Intra Oral Dental Assistant?
As chairside assistants, Intra Oral Dental Assistants are expected to receive and prepare patients for treatment; sterilize, prepare and set out dental instruments and materials; process x-rays; assist dentists during dental procedures; record dental procedures performed; educate patients; polish clinical crowns and apply fluoride; apply dental dams, pit and fissure sealants, desensitizing agents, topical anesthesia, acid etch materials and cavity bases and liners; take preliminary impressions for diagnostic casts; apply and remove matrices and wedges; remove sutures; place and fabricate temporary crowns and restorations; and expose radiographs (x-rays).
Dental assistants may also take an administrative assistant role where they will be required to answer telephone calls and/or co-ordinate appointment schedules.
Program Objectives / Job Opportunities
Anderson College Intra Oral Level I & II Dental Assistant Diploma Program emphasizes the importance of hands-on-training. All of our students learn about the value of patient communication and patient care as interpersonal skills are a fundamental part of being a successful Dental Assistant.
At Anderson College, students have the advantage of working within our fully-equipped dental laboratory. With the training we offer in our facilities and led by our highly qualified Instructors, graduates will have the competitive edge when seeking employment. Upon successful completion of our program, students are eligible to sit for the certification exams through the National Dental Assisting Examining Board (NDAEB) Examination.
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