“You don’t have to brush your teeth. Just the ones you want to keep.” - Unknown
As a student in BTC’s Dental Assistant program, you’ll have the advantage of learning in our state-of-the-art lab facilities and in a program that is highly regarded among area dentists. You’ll be trained in the latest skills needed to carry out a variety of laboratory, clinical and office duties at a private practice or dental group. And you can choose a variety of roles within the industry because working with dentists as they examine and treat patients is just one area the dental assistant program can take you. With your technical degree from BTC, you may also consider managing a dental office, coordinating patient scheduling and bookkeeping, manning the front desk as the receptionist or office manager, working as a dental lab technician, dental treatment coordinator or as a dental specialty assistant.
Our program includes face-to-face and online courses, making it easy for you to work the program into your schedule. In our newly remodeled, high-tech lab, you’ll experience an amazing educational environment with the latest equipment and technology. Dental concepts are introduced and then supported with activities that will give you the well-rounded training you need to work with confidence and expertise. Once you complete the program, you will have a technical diploma and be eligible to be certified by the Dental Assisting National Board. Should you decide to pursue additional education as a dental hygienist, dental lab technician or dentist, the solid foundation you receive in BTC’s Dental Assistant program will give you the edge you need.
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*based on WTCS Outcomes Report for 2017 Graduates
Dental Office Manager
Dental Practice Manager
Dental Lab Technician
Dental Insurance Claims Processor
Dental Sales Representative
Dental Treatment Coordinator
Dental Specialty Assistant
A completed Caregiver Background Check is required prior to registration into the Dental Assistant program. Please make an appointment with your Program Advisor if you are interested in taking the Dental Assistant program.
Note: All Dental Assistant students should be aware that the field they are entering does have some special occupational hazards, including potential radiation exposure and contact with infectious disease, including AIDS and Hepatitis. Students will receive instruction in radiation safety and standard precautions regarding the use of protective equipment to reduce the risk of blood and body fluid exposures.
Dental Assistant is a non-traditional occupation for males. Visit the Non-Traditional Occupations page to learn more.
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