What Does a Dental Assistant Do?
As a Dental Assistant you will have the ability of making patients comfortable, preparing them for treatments and collecting dental records. Dental assistants perform a variety of patient care, office and laboratory duties.
Milan Institute Dental Assistant graduates have experience and expertise in records management, operational procedures, inventory control and providing the dentist assistance during the examination and treatment of patients.
Note: Dental assistants should not be confused with dental hygienists, who are licensed to perform different clinical tasks.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Dental Assisting is expected to be one of the fastest growing occupations through 2014. Population growth and greater retention of natural teeth by middle-aged and older people is fuelling the demand for dental services.
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You could help make a visit to the dentist more comfortable and pleasant for people and be a respected member of a healthcare office team. If you are looking for job with reasonable business hours, an interesting variety of tasks and the chance to genuinely help people, Dental Assisting could be the perfect field for you.
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