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To be a good dental assistant, you should be detail oriented and good at working with your hands. You will need to follow precise protocols, and you will work with your hands in tight spaces. You should also be a good communicator as well as a good listener. You will work directly with patients on a daily basis so a calm, friendly demeanor is a must. It's important to have great organizational skills as well.
YES! We are licensed and regulated through the Oklahoma Board of Private Vocational Schools (OBPVS) www.obpvs.ok.gov .
Students should have effective communication skills and be of good moral character
Be coachable and able to work alongside other dental professionals serving patients
Be able to pass a background check issued by the Oklahoma Board of Dentistry
Enroll and pay for class
We offer flexible education options. Support is available via phone, email, or in-person.
We're happy to discuss your situation and enrollment needs. Text or Call us at 405.726.0440.
We don’t accept financial aid, but it's with your best interest in mind! Our goal is to create an opportunity for those who desire to enter the dental field without the added burden of student debt. In order to accept financial aid, we'd have to raise our tuition fees dramatically and this doesn't align with our student first philosophy. Since our courses are considered non-credit, they do not qualify for federal aid, FAFSA, and Pell Grant. Some students do qualify for tribal education assistance.
Yes! We have TWO options. Call or text us at 405.726.0440.
All dental applicants must submit an application that includes a background check to the Board of Dentistry. We facilitate and submit the required paperwork. All applicants who pass the background check are issued a license from the Board of Dentistry.
Dentistry is one of the fastest-growing employment fields and our program will provide you with the the skills you need to obtain an entry-level position in most cases. Potential students should always do research on the job market in their area before enrolling.
Yes, a dental assistant can become a dental hygienist by earning an associate or bachelor's degree in dental hygiene and passing the appropriate state-mandated licensing exams. If you are considering a future career as a dental hygienist, becoming a dental assistant is a great way to get into the industry and gain some experience while you earn your degree.
We are a 5-Star dental assisting school equipped to help you succeed! Our students enjoy the flexibility of learning online around their work schedules. We understand the need for flexibility, so we've designed our program with you in mind. You'll complete your clinical hours in a REAL office with REAL patients.
4301 NW 63rd St., Suite #303, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116
09:00 am – 06:00 pm