About this course
the Dental Assistant program is a nationally accredited course which prepares students for a rewarding career in the field of dental assisting. Within nine months, students learn a variety of skills required of a chair-side assistant, laboratory technician, and dental receptionist. Students master the skills of polishing teeth, applying fluoride, taking impressions, placing and removing rubber dams and taking x-rays during school clinic sessions. extramural training in area dental offices allows students to practice the skills they have acquired in school. After successfully completing the program, students are eligible to take the national Chair-side Assisting Certification exam and the Minnesota Registration exam.
- A copy of your high school transcript if you are still in high school or a final copy if you have graduated from high school or a copy of your GED scores. Complete the tear-off at the bottom of the application and send it to your high school.
- Official TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language) score report. Minimum score is 500.