BECOME A DENTAL ASSISTANT AT THE#1 PROGRAM IN THE NATION!
After you submit an application, you will receive an email from email@example.com with the following information:
ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY FOR ALL REGISTEREDAND WAITLIST STUDENTS
The orientation will last approximately 3 hours - please plan accordingly. Guest and friends are welcome to attend with you, but please, no children.
NEW STUDENT Info
Upon Successful Completion, Students May Earn the Following:
The Dental Assisting Program is FULL-TIME Monday through Thursday 8:30-2:30 and Friday 8:30-5:00. It is recommended students practice after school each day.
Students must register in ALL six courses. There is no partial enrollment. Counselors will assist with the registration process.
Costs of uniforms, books, safety items, tuition, and miscellaneous supplies are estimated at $1,500-$2,000 for the 11-month program. Costs are spread out over the 11 months. Approximately $800 is needed at the start of the program. See our
Schedule of Classes for more information.
Dental Assistants work closely with dentist(s) to help provide compassionate patient care during dental treatment. Dental assistants perform many tasks, ranging from setting up, sterilization, and taking x rays to recordkeeping and scheduling appointments. Salary can range based on experience, training, and skills from $30,000 to $55,000 annually. Please see link below for Program Student Learning Outcomes.
Faculty & Staff
Laura L. Sanchez
Michele Heemskerk(Lab Technician)
Location:Technology Building,5th floor(Corner of Bascom and Moorpark Avenue)
Negative TB Test
Hepatitis B Vaccine
REQUIREDCPR Course Offerings
Heart Share Training
American Red Cross
FIND A DENTIST
For information on finding a dentist or dental clinic in your area, please click on the link to the Santa Clara County Dental Society
Dental Board of California
For Dental Assisting licensing information go to Department of Consumer Affairs Dental Board of California.
To visit the website click: Dental Board of California