Enroll In Dental Assisting School Today!
If you’ve considered dental assisting as a career option, now is the perfect time to become part of this in-demand industry!
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics ranks dental assisting as one of the nation’s fastest-growing job opportunities, and dentists are always looking for qualified, confident, well-trained professionals to join their teams.
This could be you! If you’re comfortable in a dental office and ready for a variety of dental assisting opportunities, we encourage you to contact Smile Smart Dental Assisting School today!
Our in-office education is conducted by highly qualified dental professionals, features training in advanced equipment and software, and includes instruction on (but not limited to):
- The technical and practical hands-on learning required to begin a career in patient care.
- Instruction and training in chairside procedures and front office duties.
- Step-by-step training in the use of commonly used dental software, digital x-rays, and more!
Prospective students should keep in mind that class sizes will be limited to allow for individual attention, questions, discussions, and one-on-one training that fosters success in all areas of dental assisting.
Service With A Smile
Change Your Life In 8 Weeks!
Our eight-week course consists of evening and Saturday classes at the Dr. David C. Ashley DMD & Associates in Bradenton.
- Certificates of Completion
- CPR Training
We’re State of Florida Certified
Upon successful completion of our course requirements, you will be awarded two State of Florida certificates:
- Expanded Functions Dental Assistant
- Dental Radiography
Is Dental Assisting Right For Me?
Often called a dentist’s “second pair of hands,” dental assistants are essential to the smooth operation of a dental practice. They possess excellent communication skills and are comfortable with multitasking.
Responsibilities fall into three areas:
1. Patient Care
2. Office Administration
3. Laboratory Tasks
Dental assistants work closely with the dentist, performing specific clinical tasks and caring for patients with the goal of providing dental health care. Office duties range from making appointments to ordering supplies.
Laboratory duties may include making study models and fabricating whitening trays.
More importantly, every dental assistant experiences the personal satisfaction of helping people and providing a valuable health service.
Your Future Starts Today!
Find A Bright New Future In Dental Assisting!
- Hands-on learning
- In-office education
- Excellent job prospects