Be A Dental Assistant in the Detroit area
The Dental Assistant School of Detroit shares space in the office of Dr. Noah Levi at the Southfield Family Dental Center located at 18800 West 10 Mile Rd, Southfield MI. There are nine dental treatment rooms equipped with dental chairs, units, and xray machines. There is a darkroom with an automated film processor, a stone laboratory, and separate sterilization room. The facility has a 1200 square foot student discussion center, though clinical/lab training will be completed in the dental facility itself.
Dental Assistant School of Detroit is committed to helping prepare interested persons to become part of the dental profession, assuming a position as a well respected professional in wonderful environment.
No Experience - No Problem
Our Dental Assistant Program is designed to prepare men and woman with little or no experience in the dental field for employment as Dental Assistants with our 13 week program. Graduates of Dental Assistant School of Detroit need no additional training or experience to be qualified to work as Dental Assistants. That’s because our practical approach to training with a critical mix of classroom learning, extensive hands-on training in our dental operatory/lab classrooms and customized clinical externships enables students to gain the skills, experience and self-confidence expected.
Structured to provide the chairside, laboratory and administrative skills needed on the job, our Dental Assistant Program enables graduates to work both with general dentists and dental specialists. We provide job placement to all students who successfully complete our dental assisting course. So what are you waiting for? Take the next step with Dental Assistant School of Detroit —and see what you’ll achieve!
Hands On Learning
Dental Anatomy, Physiology and Terminology
Learn: Spelling & definition of commonly use words; Anatomy & Physiology of the head, neck, mouth & tooth; oral health, pathology, preventive dentistry and more…
Learn: Manual & electronic methods commonly used to develop & maintain dental patient record and more..
Dental Office Emergencies
Learn: obtain & record patient medical & dental history; take & record vital signs; first aid; adult & child CPR/AED and more…
Learn: Dental asepsis & sterilization techniques; prepare, package and sterilize all dental instruments, hand pieces, dispose of dental waste and more…
Operatory Procedures & Chairside Assisting
Learn: Manage patient before, during & after treatment; suctioning; maintain & operate dental equipment; transfer instruments & materials to the dentist or hygienist; pour casts & study models; assist during all patient care activities; maintain a supply & equipment inventory; prepare & load syringes for anesthesia and more…