Dental Staff School

What Sets us Apart from other schools

Our State of the Art classroom provides an environment where you interact with other students & put your new skills to practice. Students learn theory and knowledge throughout the week and we offer hands-on clinical, with the latest advances in technology, on Saturdays.

Philosophy

Dental Staff School is based on a belief that people can be trained in a relatively short period of time provided you focus on the critical skills to enter the world of professional Dental Assisting. Our course is developed by experienced Dentists and experienced practicing Dental Assistants working in the dental community every day.

Job Placement

We provide you with the resources to share your new skills with potential employers to start your career as a Dental Assistant.

It's more than an education. It's a career. We give you the tools to help you to succeed. Dental Assisting Program

Latest Blog

Don’t Wait too Long, or it Will be too Late

Take the time now to prepare for your future; it will be here before you know it. Our next course begins March 18th, 2017, and you don’t want to miss out. As our space is limited and classes fill up very quickly, you will want to register as soon as possible It turns out, you might

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Control your Future

Control Your Future If you start now and train for the career you want, your future is in your hands. There’s no more sitting around and waiting for change to happen. No more hoping you get a raise or hoping you find another job. No more hoping someone is hiring in an already oversaturated field.

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Job Interview: What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses

An interview is the short span of time spent with each other, in which a person has to decide whether the employee is perfect for the job or not. To establish this, the ‘interviewer” asks several questions. Keeping in mind there are different people who may interview you throughout the hiring process. Ex. The dentist,

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Job Description for Dental Assistant 2015

A dental assistant’s duties include hands-on work with dental patients, assisting the dentist, and/or performing clerical functions in a dental clinic. Depending on an individual’s certification and goals, any of these are possible job tasks. If an individual would like hands-on work in the dentist’s office, their duties may include prepping the patient for a

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Dental Assistant Salaries for 2015

  Women encompass the majority of Dental Assistants in the United States. Individuals in this line of work make around $14.00 per hour on average graduating from the Dental Staff School. Total cash compensation for Dental Assistants runs from $22K to $43K depending on your location, career path or specialty. Job satisfaction for Dental Assistants

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