We Proudly Present Dental Assistant Graduate Brianna Motley
Wanting a better life for herself and her daughter, single mother Brianna Motley felt inspired to learn about dental procedures. She credits doing well in her classes to her awesome instructor, Kathy Becker, who worked hard to make sure Brianna understood the material and that she would be able to further her career when leaving Stautzenberger.
What you Learn in Dental Assisting
If Dental Assisting interests you, you will learn about classes that lead to excellent Dental care. Classes you will take will all be centered on dental health and procedures and include Infection Control Measures, Dental Materials and Lab Procedures, Introduction to Prosthodontics, and Dental Radiology. In these courses, you will learn:
- An overview of microbiology and personal protective measures
- Restorative dental procedures and materials including impressions and bonding agents
- Procedures involving crowns, inlays and bridges
- The theory, history and science of general dentistry and procedures for radiology in dentistry
How Our Graduate Became a Dental Assistant
If you have always been interested in the healthcare field, perhaps Dental Assisting is the right program for you. Oral health care is very important to the overall health of people, and unfortunately is often overlooked. Our graduates are ready for entry-level careers in the dental assisting field.
Stautzenberger’s Dental Assistant Graduate Program at a Glance
Program Length: 10 months
Learning Environment: blended - online/on-campus/externship
Link to Dental Assisting Lead Instructor
Job Outlook: 11% growth with an estimated new job openings of over 36,000 positions each year1
Find out more about our Dental Assisting program today. Call 888.859.8225 or submit the Request Information form on our website. We are ready to assist you with completing the enrollment process, navigating your financial aid options, finding a tutor, practicing your interviewing skills, connecting with local employers, and more. Have the courage to accomplish your academic and professional goals!
1 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Dental Assistants, at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/dental-assistants.htm (visited April 19, 2022).
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