dental assistant

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: assistant - an assistant to a dentistdental assistant - an assistant to a dentist    
assistant, helper, help, supporter - a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose; "my invaluable assistant"; "they hired additional help to finish the work"
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This generated many opinions and resources a dental assistant could utilize in the everyday work environment.
The process of becoming a dental assistant can be difficult for those with limited experience in the dental industry.
In fact, she was a dental assistant before she became a doctor of dental surgery.
We are pleased to offer the dental assistant program and look forward to sending our graduates into the Nashville area to help fill the demand for dental assistants and other related positions," said Adam Butler, executive director of Kaplan Career Institute's Nashville campus.
Finally, The Dental Assistant isn't possible without you, our readers and members of ADAA.
To enhance their careers within the dental care field, dental assistant students must become certified through a widely-recognized school program.
The dentist is trilingual, speaking English, Spanish and Tagalog and the hygienist and dental assistant speak English and Spanish.
Oglesby-Morris is founder of Hands On Dental Assistant Training in Potomac, Maryland.
Hart Union High School District and the Clarita Career College, is a nine-month course in which students can earn a radiology license and certification as registered dental assistants.
April 2016, Several dental assistants and TDAA respond by opposing this recommendation for public safety
Except for part-time office manager Shirley Heuer, who doubles as a dental assistant, the entire facility is staffed by volunteers, who provide professional service throughout the week as a private clinic would.