Are you a compassionate person who loves helping others? Do you enjoy meeting new people? Then earning a diploma in the Dental Assisting program at Miller-Motte Technical College may be right for you!
With more people in the world and the senior population growing, the healthcare industry is growing rapidly and there is high demand for people with Dental Assistant training. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates 25% growth from 2012 to 2022 in Dental Assistant jobs. Average growth for all jobs in the U.S. is only about 11%, so that is much faster!
If you need Dental Assistant training in Chattanooga, East Ridge, Hixson or Signal Mountain, look no further! You could earn your diploma in no time!
Dental Assistants work closely with dentists and patients. They make sure patient charts are up-to-date and that dental procedures are completed safely and on-time. As a Dental Assistant you’ll be responsible for:
Dental assistants are an important part of any dental office. You will often be the first person that patients speak to while waiting for their procedures. You can make patients feel comfortable by answering their questions and addressing their concerns. As a result, people who enjoy working with others and making people feel at ease are perfect candidates to become Dental Assistants.
At Miller-Motte Technical College, our goal is to make sure you have the skills, knowledge, and experience to find a job as a Dental Assistant. To make sure you are properly prepared, we have created a unique program that combines classroom instruction with real-world experience. Our instructors will help you master the core dental assistant education requirements and our externship will provide you with weeks of hands-on experience in a Dentist’s office. In our Dental Assisting program you'll learn:
Toward the end of the Dental Assisting program, you’ll have the opportunity to complete a 300-hour externship where you will work with patients and hone your skills in a real work environment. During the externship, you’ll get the chance to work with other Dental Assistants and Dental Hygienists to cement the skills and concepts you learned in class. Not only is this a great way to settle into your new career, but it also provides you with a chance to network with people in your field. Did we mention that it is also a great boost to a resume?
When you contact us, our Admissions Representatives will guide you through every step of our enrollment process. We’ll help you complete the application, apply for financial aid for those who qualify and more. Give us a call at 800.705.9182 to start your new career or click here to request additional information about our career-focused education.*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Dental Assistants, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/dental-assistants.htm.