Our Dental Assistant Training Programs
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The program is designed for anyone who might desire to start, change, recreate, or alter a career path.
Don’t ever think it’s too late to start enjoying something you’ve put off or always dreamed of.
The DOT program does not interfere with weekends or family time.
Think advanced programs, growing field, flexible training.
About Our Dental Assistant Training Courses
12 Week Dental Assisting & Radiology
The class meets on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Intense hands-on training that includes software, lab, radiology, chair-side assisting, and some basic expanded duty skills. Each graduate will be equipped with the skills they need by the end of the program to find employment in any dental office you desire. You will earn a certificate of completion for dental assisting. In effort to provide the best training possible, each 12 week class has a max capacity of 14 students.
6 Week Expanded Functions Dental Assistant Training
The title E.F.D.A. is a term used for assistants who have acquired a higher level of mastered skills. Expanded Functions Dental Assisting operates under the dentist direction in the dental office. You will earn a certificate of completion. The class meeting times are flexible depending on the availability of the group. Many of those that attend the course are working professionals. However, 6 classes must be attended to graduate from the E.F.D.A. program. Denise McDonald teaches this course and is a 38-year veteran in E.F.D.A. To provide the best hands-on training available this class has a maximum capacity of 12 students.
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This institution is regulated by:
Department of Workforce Development
Office for Career and Technical Schools
10 N. Senate Ave, Suite SE 308
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317 234-8338 or 317-232-1732
Lynn Uptgraft Founder, L.D.HDental Office Training by Lynn
9780 Lantern Road Suite 210
Fishers IN 46037
What To Expect
What Does The Job Market Look Like In Next 10 Years?
Dental Assistants are one of the fastest growing occupations in the field, with an expected 18% increase in the number of jobs available by 2024.
OUR DENTAL ASSISTANT TRAINING PROGRAM WILL GIVE YOU:
- Dental assisting certificate
- Provisional radiology license
- CPR certification
- Eligibility to sit for RHS/DANB exam
- Software training
Dental Office Training By Lynn can teach you how to use the latest technology in a career field that continues to grow. Our program is FULLY accredited by the State Workforce Innovation Council, Office for Career and Technical Schools and offers job placement assistance, job shadowing observations in some of the most respected offices in Indiana.
What's It's Like To Work As A Dental Assistant?
Being a dental assistant is an exciting career because you get to deal with many different people every day and you’ll also have a wide variety of daily tasks to keep you busy. That means you will enjoy going to work and the days will fly by because you will have the opportunity to help others while doing what you love.
Job Responsibilities Of A Dental Assistant?
- Assisting the dentist with patient relations and performing many different dental treatments and procedures.
- You will be taking X-Rays and developing them.
- Obtaining patients medical history, blood pressure and pulse.
- Sterilizing and organizing all dental equipment and instruments.
- Dealing with the dentist, patient relationships and making patients feel comfortable before, during and after their visits.
- Educating adults and children about proper oral hygiene including how to properly brush and floss their teeth, as well as the role diet plays in oral health.
- Taking impressions of patients’ teeth for casts.
- Office organization, patient files and other management tasks.
- Answering phones, making patient appointments, patient billing, talking with vendors and ordering supplies.
- And much more!
Typical Hours For A Dental Assistant?
Most dental assistants work full time. However, in 2014 about 1 in 3 dental assistants worked part-time. The average hours worked for full-time dental assistants is approximately 36-37 hours per week and part-time dental assistants worked an average of 24-26 hours per week. Additionally, there are some dental practices that are open during the evenings and weekends as well.
Life Outside The Office?
Since being a dental assistant doesn’t usually require you to work long hours, you will have more time to spend with family and friends. Therefore, becoming a dental assistant could mean you have a better quality of life than you would had you chosen differently.