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Dental Assistant School Open House

Need a new more fulfilling career? Time to change careers because your current job is holding you back? If so then join one of the fastest growing fields to become a dental assistant! Our 13-week dental assistant course along with 50-hour internship is one of the best in the Detroit area. Why not check out our Dental Assistant School Open House? – for full details check below.


Join our dental assisting OPEN HOUSE at the 18800 W. 10 Mile Rd in Southfield school facility on November 3 at 11 am. It is located on the second floor of Southfield Family Dental Center. All you have to do is contact Michele to pre-register by email or call: (248) 639-4988.

Hope to see you at the open house and in the next session.

Want to know what people are saying  about our school? Just check out our dental assistant reviews for the school. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Dr. Noah Levi

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Dental Assisting Open House

What do we expect from our Dental Assistant School of Detroit students? We believe that our students need to have a positive attitude and hard working. Here at the Dental Assistant School of Detroit we believe you get what you are looking for in life. Most people who are looking for a career change will do it and will be successful with this type of attitude. Why not take this opportunity and visit our Dental Assisting Open House – full details below…

Dental Assisting open house

Join our dental assisting OPEN HOUSE at the 18800 W. 10 Mile Rd in Southfield school facility on July 28th at 11 am. It is located on the second floor of Southfield Family Dental Center. All you have to do is contact Michele to pre-register by email or call: (248) 639-4988.

As teachers at the Dental Assistant School of Detroit we know that students will tend to hesitate when making a choice to becoming dental assistants but don’t let that stop you. Hard work really pays off and you could be changing your life for the better by becoming a dental assistant. Our students learn from each other to become the best dental assistants they can be.

Hope to see you at the open house event and in class as your start your journey to become a dental assistant.

Dr. Noah Levi

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Dental Exam – Oral Health Care by Dental Assistants

Dental assistants should recommend to their patients that a regular dental exam will help preserve dental health. Dentists and dental assistants will try to keep treatment affordable while still providing the most valuable treatment they can provide. A health mouth is only achieved with regular visits along with an oral health care routine.

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Hygienists and dental assistants will need to see patients about every six months to clean and polish a patients teeth and make sure the oral care is going good. A dental assistant will also make sure that all x-rays have been taken or take x-rays so oral health care can be explained. Usually a dental assistant with the guidance from a dentist can talk with patients about other oral health care that might be needed.

Dental Surgery – Dental assistants help with these procedures which include everything from a simple tooth extraction to a complicated procedure like dental implant surgery. This is done to help relieve pain as well as to boost the appearance and function of the patient’s smile. It will often be performed in the dental office without having to be referred to another office.

Panoramic X-ray – Dental assistants will often perform this x-ray of all of the mouth as well as upper and lower jaws to gain a clear picture of the patients mouth’s condition. It will show the entire mouth in one image, this helps dental assistants identify problems like fractures, bone abnormalities, infections, tumors, and impacted teeth. This imagery method is often used when planning treatments like dentures, braces and implants.

Oral Dental Exam – This will help detect problems such as  fillings that are deteriorating or other  conditions affecting  patients health such as oral cancer and gum disease. A dental assistant will explore each tooth, gums, the tongue.

Dental Care Basics that a dental assistant recommends to patients:

  • Brush minimum twice a day – Do not rush brushing. Proper brushing usually requires two minutes. Also, do not forget the gum line, the areas around fillings,  and hard-to-reach areas.
  • Clean between teeth – A toothbrush can’t reach all the areas to be cleaned. As such, it is very crucial to use floss or interdental cleaners to clean the areas that the toothbrush cannot reach. Even brushing the tongue is  important since this will remove bacteria to ensure fresh breath.
  • Try a balanced diet – Patients should make it a habit to eat a balanced diet that contains foods from the five major food groups. Limiting snacks that contain high levels of sugar.
  • Go to the dentist regularly – Dental visits must be done every six months or more for early detection of any dental problem including tooth decay, gum disease, and oral cancer. Routine fluoride application is also a must. This can be done during routine dental exam and cleaning.

Dental care is something that a dental assistant can help their patients understand. A patient’s smile will greatly depend on these basic practices. A good dental assisting professional makes sure that the patient knows about these simple tasks to help with their oral care.

Want to help people correct dental problems including oral cancer screening? Simply email or call: (248) 639-4988. See you soon to begin a fabulous & in-demand career!

Dr. Noah Levi

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Dental Assistant Open House

What do we request from our students at Dental Assistant School of Detroit? We first look for students with a positive attitude. We are firm believers that you get what you are looking for in life.  Those that are seriously looking for career change will do whatever it takes and will be the most successful. Take this opportunity to visit our Dental Assistant Open House – details are below…



Come join our dental assistant OPEN HOUSE at the 18800 W. 10 Mile Rd in Southfield school facility on April 7th at 11 am. Location on the second floor of the Southfield Family Dental Center.

We know that hard works pays off. We understand that some hesitation may play a part in making the choice to become a dental assisting professional. However, our students help and learn from each other – so why not join our family and become a successful dental assistant.

All you have to do is contact Michele to pre-register by email or call: (248) 639-4988. See you soon to begin a fabulous & in-demand career!

You can also check out our dental assistant reviews for the school. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Dr. Noah Levi


Root Canal Process and Dental Assisting

A dental assistant can help with the root canal process to check to see if there has been any damage to the pulp or nerve of the tooth. This damage, if serious, can lead to infection and will cause the mouth to swell and be very painful.

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Usually the root canal process is not very painful despite what it looks like. It really doesn’t take up to much time either since it can be done in a single visit with the help of a dental assistant.

The patient often needs to make several trips to the dental office while the dental assistant helps deal with pain or other complications. Special restoration, such as the application of a dental crown, is included in the procedure. A multiple visit treatment from the dental assistant and doctor  is often broken down into two visits. The first one is where the dental assistant will do cleaning and help the dentist shape the area for the root canal. The second will be where the patient will get the actual restoration done.

Today, the single-appointment approach has become more popular with the help of dental technology and dental assistants. Most people prefer this because of their busy schedules. Everything that needs to be done (including X-rays) can all be accomplished at the same time all in one place. In a single sitting, a root canal process treatment can be completed without the quality getting compromised. These single sitting appointments can take just 30 minutes to over an hour if there are no complications present.

If a patient needs a root canal, the advice that dental assistants should give is for the patient to set aside adequate time for it in their schedule. This is particularly important if they wish to have the entire treatment done in a single appointment. The patient won’t want to try to rush the dental assistant and the doctor.

Contact us now to sign up for the next dental assisting class. Email us now or call us at (248) 639-4988 to reserve your spot. Check out what people are saying about our school.

Dr. Noah Levi


Dental Assisting Classes Open House & $50 Discount Coupon

Are you looking for a great opportunity to be a Dental Assistant? Our school has the leading dental assisting classes in southeastern Michigan. We train you in only 13-weeks with 78-hours of lecture and lab plus a 50-hour internship with a practicing dentist right downstairs from our school.

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Join our OPEN HOUSE at 18800 W. 10 Mile Rd in Southfield on Dec. 30.

We look forward to meeting you and offering you an excellent opportunity to learn a great career and work with a team of experienced dentists and hygienists who will train you on-site.

All you have to do is contact Michele to pre-register by email or call: (248) 639-4988. See you soon to begin a fabulous & in-demand career!

Details about enrollment: You only need to make a small deposit to secure your enrollment followed by payments as the course begins.


Dental Assistant Programs – I Found a Great Job

dental assistant programsThe instructors, Michelle and Kelly are great. They take their time with you so you can understand. They are very motivating and always encouraging you to do your best.

I loved being one of their students.

And I found a great job.

I highly recommend this school for dental assistant programs.

– says Gloria W.


Dental Assistant Career – A Great Opportunity!

The beginning of a great dental assistant career starts by taking our class. Our students are very dedicated, positive thinkers and proactive. The growth of our students over the 13-week course is amazing to see.

Dental Assistant Career

Do you have what it takes to be a dental assistant? Do you enjoy hands-on work? Do you crave for a job with responsibility that will give you a great sense of fulfillment? Take the challenge to better your career by becoming a dental assistant.

Dental CareerThere is a great need for Dental Assistants in today’s market place. Dental Assisting is a recession proof job because no matter what the economy is like, everyone has to have dental work done. A Dental Assistant can find a job anywhere in the United States!

The pay for a Dental Assistant job is awesome with most dental offices offering tremendous benefits. Working in a dental office is also considered amongst the most rewarding careers out there because you get to work in a pleasant professional work environment.

Are you ready to change your life? Why wait, sign up now for our next session. All you need to do is email or call (248) 639-4988 today.

Dr. Noah Levi


Dental Assistant Course Is Definitely Worth It

Dental Assistant CourseKelly and Michelle are AWESOME! Great & loving instructors who make this process soooo smooth (its not easy) but this dental assistant course is definitely worth it.

We were taught in a digital / state of the art dental office and had the pleasure of learning from 6 General dentist, 6 hygienist, a periodontist and oral surgeon as well as other dental assistants who were very knowledgeable and helpful in the process of receiving our certifications. I cried and at times I did want to give up but they never let me fall and always encouraged and pushed me to be the best DA, I could be. I am forever grateful for this program and my instructors.

-says Laurie B.


Dental Assistant Internship – Very Impressed With These Students

Dental Assistant InternshipI’m a general dentist at My Family Dental Grosse Pointe, and have been very impressed with the interns we have had at our office from this assistant school as part of their dental assistant internship.  In a short amount of time they have learned about a great variety of procedures that we perform on a daily basis at our busy office and the interns are always confident and willing to learn.

I would highly recommend the school both to those who want to learn dental assisting and to clinicians looking for a great resource to hire quality team members.

– says Dr. Mike D. from West Bloomfield, MI