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A Health Care Training Institute

Dental Assistant I
Major & Related Requirements
11 Lectures : 160.5 Clock Hours
11 readings
Reading: DA 100: Dental Medical Terminology
6 h
Reading: DA 101: Dental Anatomy & Physiology
6 h
Reading: DA 102: Dental Education
6 h
Reading: DA 103: Dental Assisting as a Profession
3 h
Reading: DA 104: Infection Control/ OSHA
4 h
Reading: DA 105: Dental Materials
9 h
Reading: DA 106: Dental Pharmacology
6 h
Reading: DA 107: Dental Radiology
14 h
Reading: DA 108: CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation)
3.5 h
Reading: DA 109: Dental Office Management
3 h
Reading: DA 110: Dental Clinic/Practicum
100 h
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Dental Assistant I

Dental Assistant I

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$3000

About this course

This course will provide knowledge and training in the Dental field. Students will learn therapeutic communication, professionalism, oral health, preventative techniques, nutrition, chair side instrumentation, infection control, equipment safety, maintenance, dental office emergencies, Radiology, Dental office management, and sedation dentistry.

 

FAQs

What are the qualifications to register at Shades of Purple?

The student must be at least 18 years of age and have a High School Diploma or GED.

Is Shades of Purple accredited?

We are licensed through NC Community College however they are not an accreditation agency. Shades of Purple programs are licensed and accredited by NHA (National Healthcare Association) & AAPT (American Academy of Phlebotomy Technicians). We offer contact hours that are not transferable to another school.

Will I receive a certification after I complete a program?

Yes, all of our programs are licensed and you will receive a National Certification from licensing agency.

Where will I take my National Exam?

All National Exams will be administered at Shades of Purple we are a proctor testing site.

 

Course Curriculum

This course will provide knowledge and training in the Dental field. Students will learn therapeutic communication, professionalism, oral health, preventative techniques, nutrition, chair side instrumentation, infection control, equipment safety, maintenance, dental office emergencies, Radiology, Dental office management, and sedation dentistry.

Major & Related Requirements
11 Lectures : 160.5 Clock Hours

11 readings
Reading: DA 100: Dental Medical Terminology
6 h
Reading: DA 101: Dental Anatomy & Physiology
6 h
Reading: DA 102: Dental Education
6 h
Reading: DA 103: Dental Assisting as a Profession
3 h
Reading: DA 104: Infection Control/ OSHA
4 h
Reading: DA 105: Dental Materials
9 h
Reading: DA 106: Dental Pharmacology
6 h
Reading: DA 107: Dental Radiology
14 h
Reading: DA 108: CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation)
3.5 h
Reading: DA 109: Dental Office Management
3 h
Reading: DA 110: Dental Clinic/Practicum
100 h

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  • Craig Murphy
    August 3, 2017

    “Would definitely recommend this school. Great instructors.”

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