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Conditionally Licensed by the AZ State Board for Private Post Secondary Education
At Biltmore Dental Assisting Academy, we aim to inspire and prepare future dental assistants to become caring healthcare professionals with the desire to serve the patients with patience and compassion.
Biltmore Dental Assisting Academy offers instruction in all requirements for a basic understanding of dentistry and proficiency of tasks delegated to the dental assistant by a licensed dentist in the state of Arizona.
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Who Can Participate?
We’re looking for students who enjoy working with people, are detail oriented, and are ready to start a new career in healthcare. To be eligible to attend, you must also meet the following admission requirements:
Be 18 years of age or older.
Have a government issued ID.
Have a high school or equivalency diploma (GED).
Why Choose BDAA?
Efficient — you can complete the program in short time. You’ll finish ready for an entry-level dental assisting position and a new career!
Flexible schedule — you can keep your job while you’re in the program.
Affordable — we understand budgets and have payment plans available.
Graduate with a Dental Assisting Certificate of Completion, CPR certification, and be prepared to take the DANB Radiation Health and Safety Exam.
Get hands-on training from qualified, experienced instructors in reality-based environment.
Be exposed to modern equipment and technology including the lasers, dental image scanning, and CAD/CAM technology used daily in the dental office where you will be taught.
Comprehensive Course Outline
The program consists of 8 class hours per week for 10 weeks. Classes are held on weekends and consist of presentations and hands-on activities in the clinic. You will learn:
A vocabulary of dental terms and definitions
Four-handed dentistry, anesthetics, dental instrument sterilization and care, and setting up treatment rooms
Dental radiology theory and practice
Restorative dentistry: fillings, crowns and bridges, dentures and implants
Oral surgery, periodontics, orthodontics, and pediatric dentisty
Dental appliances and teeth whitening, dental materials, and how to take great dental impressions
Dental codes and preparing clinical documentation
Basic office management, phone skills, and setting appointments
Resume writing and interviewing skills