Expanded Duty Dental Assistant

EXPANDED Duty DENTAL ASSISTANT COURSE BOARD APPROVED

Expanded Duty Dental Assistant Course. Our mission is to offer the best of ourselves for the good of our students. We offer a highly efficient and affordable expanded duty course which prepares students the necessary skills to perform the required duties. Corporate office number is 678-819-3919

The upcoming dates for this expanded duty course.
November 29 from 3-7 and 30 from 7:30-4:30
December 6 from 4-8 and 7 from 7:30-4:30

PROGRAM COST IS $670.00 for all three courses
750.00 which will include all necessary supplies.
We will email you the study Guides along with any other necessary paperwork.

2018 Expanded Duty Enrollment Form

The course begins with power point presentation, background information on all course content, and will end with a test on each course IV, V, VI.  The students are led through all aspects of expanded duties.
Furthermore, we incorporate extra learning time for the hands on portion.

Who May apply to the EDDA Programs Or EFDA

To meet the requirements of an expanded duty dental assistant First you will need a high school diploma, or the equivalent, second a proof of current CPR card finally, and meet at least one of the following:
(a) Possess current certification that the candidate is a Certified Dental Assistant.
(b) Be a graduate of a one (1) year accredited dental assisting program or a dental assisting program approved by the Board or be eligible for graduation. Dental Staff School is approved through the Georgia board of Dentistry.
(c) Has been employed as a chair side assistant by a licensed dentist for a continuous six (6) month.

Note: Under Direct supervision: A type of supervision in which a dentist is in the dental office or treatment facility, personally diagnoses and treatment plans the condition to be treated, personally authorizes the procedures and remains in the dental office or treatment facility while the procedures are being performed by the allied dental personnel and evaluates their performance before dismissal of the patient.

The Georgia legislature passed a law in the 2017 that allows dental assistants to use rubber cup prophy on a patient with primary dentition. The board is currently establish training and education requirements for this function.

In Tennessee, Dental Staff School teaches a CE course for Coronal Polishing.

 

How to become an EDDA in Georgia? Register for our course today. Believe it or not, there are 41 different titles for dental assistants in the United States! Certainly, if you have any questions about the upcoming class please call our corporate office at (678) 819-3919 Monday-Thursday 9-4

Course Four Content

  • Alginate Impressions Denture Repair
  • Fabrication of a Night Guard
  • Face Bow Registration
  • Retraction Cord Placement
  • Provisional Restorations
  • Liners and Bases

Course Five Content

  • Periodontal Dressing Placement
  • In-Office Bleaching
  • Dentin Prime and Bonding
  • Desensitization
  • Rebond Ortho Brackets
  • Remove bonded Brackets

Course Six Content

  • Monitor Nitrous
  • Fluoride Application
  • Sealants
  • Dry Socket Dressing
  • To successfully complete ANY Expanded Duties course and receive the certificate that allows you to legally perform these expanded functions within the State of Georgia, you must PASS both the WRITTEN test and the CLINICAL portion of the courses. Note: The Dental Staff School reserves the right to cancel any class that does not meet minimum participation requirements. Course 4 is taught on Friday and Saturday Course 5 and 6.All registration fees may be transferred to another course date if notification is received at least 30 days prior to the scheduled course date. Cancellations or transfers after that time will not be permitted. There are NO REFUNDS.