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Is a Dental Assisting Career for you?

If you are unemployed or dreaming of a career change, dental assisting might simply be the solution for you. A rewarding career with a professional atmosphere, excellent wages and flexibility of work hours is waiting for you in as little as three months!

Dental Assisting Training/Certification/Licensing Programs

The dental assisting profession has many benefits. It is a career with strong job prospects, a pleasant work environment, relatively short training, and career advancement opportunities. Explore our programs! A career in Dental Assisting may be the right choice for you. Already a Dental Assistant? Advance your career with our Licensing/Certification programs

  • Dreaming of a career change?
    Are you ready for a change but not sure what direction to take? Let us inspire you to make that jump. A new career in Dental Assisting may be easier than you think. Dental assisting can be exciting work in a growing allied health field. It's a career that can offer advancement to those with the right qualifications and interest. Maybe its greatest perk, though, is the satisfaction of helping people. Dental Assisting is also among the fastest growing occupations in the United States. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that the employment of Dental Assistants is projected to grow 7 percent from 2019 to 2029, faster than the average for all occupations. Dental Assistants are in high demand!
  • Looking for a career with a professional atmosphere?
    As a Dental Assistant you are part of a healthcare team. You have the ability to enhance the efficiency of the dental team and make a positive impact on peoples lives by providing them with quality oral healthcare. Although, Dental Assistants responsibilities vary from state to state dentists are relying more and more on dental assistants to provide a variety of tasks. A good combination of clinical and interpersonal skills are needed.
  • Want to earn Excellent wages with progressive growth potential?
    According to Salary and Satisfaction Surveys Non-certified Dental Assistants can earn an average of $18 an hour. They may also be offered other benefits such as Paid time off, Health/Dental Insurance and Vacation and Holiday pay. Dental Assistants can quickly advance in their career by taking Certification/Licensing or dental educational courses which will enable them to broaden their responsibilities and tasks that they are permitted to do.
  • In Need a Flexible schedule?
    Dental Assisting positions offer Full-time or Part-time positions with day and evening opportunities. If a career as a Dental Assistant sounds like the right choice for you, it is possible to complete your Dental Assistant training in as little as 3 months and gain an entry level position in a new and exciting career. Leave classes to be announce in the box and have link to a second page that will display all info and description on the Intro to DA Program.

Contact Us

Experience the IADE difference, you won’t be disappointed. Contact us for more information about our courses and programs and how we can fulfill your dental continuing educational training needs.

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