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Yes! Our Dental Assisting Program is accredited through the Office For Career And Technical Schools, for the State of Indiana.
Our program utilizes an actual dental office, allowing students to learn by doing. A hands-on approach to learning solidifies the techniques each student is required to understand, and allows students an easy transition from class to career.
Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED to be eligible to take the course. All applicants must be 18 years old.
Our tuition is a very affordable $3,950. Please contact our Program Coordinator at 317-295-1000 for additional details.
Yes. Tuition financing is available. We offer a payment plan with 3 options. For more information call us at 317-295-1000.
Upon graduation, graduates of the program earn a certificate of Dental Assisting.This also includes the radiology component of the course. Graduates will also be certified in medical CPR.
There are many benefits to choosing a career in dental assisting:
Job security: Dental care is a growing field and dental assistants are in high demand.
Financial incentives: Benefits include great pay, medical benefits, retirement plans, paid vacation/sick days and paid holidays.
Freedom: No more hourly jobs or working nights and weekends. You now have the freedom to do what you want to do.
13 week course once a week.
We are a “hands-on learning program”. This differs a bit from traditional education. Our classes take place in a dental office and a class learning center. A majority of the learning is hands-on. Our classes begin with lecture/class discussion, but a majority of the time is spent in lab where students are in the operatories learning one on one with instructors to take impressions, pour up models, etc. When our professional students complete the program and start working, they feel comfortable in the office setting because that’s the environment they were trained in.
When you graduate from an accredited dental assisting school you receive a certificate of completion. Many students ask if they can expect to make a higher starting salary if they attend school longer. The answer to that is no. The starting salary for a Dental Assistant does not have anything to do with how long you spent in school, or how much you paid for your schooling. We set you up to become an entry level dental assistant.
“Employment for Dental Assistants is expected to grow by 7% or more to 2020 according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
What will my earning capacity be after successful completion of this course?
The mean annual wage for dental assistants was $19.00/hour or 40,000/year reported in May 2019 by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Call us today at 317-295-1000 and we’ll get you scheduled quickly.