Become a certified Expanded Functions Dental Assistant in 10 Weeks
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Start your new career with confidence.
Start Your Career With Confidence
Finding a fulfilling career in healthcare can be difficult, and figuring out where to start can be confusing and overwhelming — but you don’t have to put off your future plans. In only 10 weeks, you’ll gain exposure to a wide range of techniques, materials, and dental knowledge with a focus on the skills you’ll need to get a great job.
- Immediate Job Placement
- $35,000 Average Starting Salary
- 100% of students Find Work
Certifications in this course:
Our program is a total of 140 hours. Classes are held on Saturdays from 8 AM – 5 PM.
With strong connections to local dental offices, we provide our students with direct employment opportunities and insights into the local dental community.
Classes are conveniently scheduled on Saturdays, accommodating students who wish to maintain full-time jobs.
Our curriculum includes advanced techniques such as scanning, ensuring our students are well-prepared for modern dental practices.
Support for Success
We guarantee uninterrupted course access and provide comprehensive support, ensuring seamless learning and student success.
Intro to Dental Assisting
Introduction to Dentistry, Dental Assisting, Structures of the Head and Neck, Dental Anatomy and Tooth Morphology.
Any person who has attained a high school diploma or G.E.D. High School Equivalency Certificate is eligible to attend Bartram Dental Assisting School, subject to personal interview. All applicants must exhibit a proper willingness and enthusiasm to learn the art of dental assisting while presenting themselves professionally.
Admissions at Bartram Dental Assisting School are conducted throughout the year. Those applications who apply during the course of class training will be given first consideration to be enrolled in the next course. New classes will start approximately every 10-14 weeks. A second semester high school Senior may take our course on the condition that he/she has an overall grade average of 3.0. Credit may be granted, subject to the director’s approval, for previous education of training.