Dental Assistant Career – Have What It takes?

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Posted on: May 11, 2016 10:35 am by Dental Assistant Denver

Do you have what it takes to become a great dental assistant? Our students are proactive, positive and dedicated to become elite. Their dental assistant career growth is important and seeing the progress is truly amazing.

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Our school curriculum is one of the best and it really shows by the number of students that get hired before even graduating. We take pride in all aspects of teaching out students to bring about a professionalism that stays with our students after graduation.

Because it is a short-term course, our students are extra motivated and very hard working. We love seeing our students studying together before class starts because it brings a closeness that can help them excel. There is always a reason to smile when you’re excited to learn!

I see the light! Start a new career as a dental assistant today! Don’t wait, dental assisting is a great career opportunity with great pay for which this school provides the necessary training. This includes important skills like digital radiology.

Don’t let this opportunity to join the next class pass you by. Call us at (303) 800-1164 or email.

Sincerely,
Charles F. Reed, DDS

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Dental Assistant School – Can I Share A Toothbrush?

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Posted on: March 30, 2016 10:38 am by Dental Assistant Denver

After dental assistant school you get asked many different types of questions. One of the most frequent questions that seems to get asked is about sharing a toothbrush.

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Just like every other  hygiene kit, the toothbrush is meant for only for one user and can’t be shared. In truth, many people out there share toothbrushes. In a survey conducted, it was discovered that couples living together were in the habit of sharing toothbrushes even sometimes with a third person. It isn’t something they do once in a while, but all the time.

If you have fallen into the trap of sharing your toothbrush with someone, then your health might be at risk. Personal hygiene is for everyone, not just a select few.

Dental assistant school graduates assert that sharing a toothbrush exposes your teeth to the following risks…

Sharing bacteria with someone else

The usual thing most people do before brushing is rinsing their toothbrush with water. Even though doing this may rid the toothbrush off some left over toothpaste, it literally leaves bacteria on the toothbrush untouched. Whenever you make use of a toothbrush that does not belong to your, there is a high probability that you have transferred the bacteria in the persons mouth to yours. Not only that, you are also transferring the bacteria from your own mouth to the person’s. As a matter of fact, you are not just sharing toothbrush, you are sharing bacteria

You risk contracting dental diseases

One can easily contract dental diseases like cold sore, fungi, and herpes by sharing toothbrush with someone else. Should the person you are sharing a toothbrush with have any form of dental ailment, then there is a good chance you have contracted the ailment as well. This same is applicable if you are the one suffering from a dental disease

People who share toothbrush can contract other terminal diseases

Sharing toothbrush with someone that has bleeding gums, exposes you to some diseases that affects not just the teeth, but the whole body. Diseases like HIV and Hepatitis B can be transmitted by sharing toothbrush since they are blood diseases. This is because blood from the teeth of a person suffering from such disease can stick to the bristles of a toothbrush.

Now you can have seen things for yourself; it is absolutely wrong to share toothbrush with someone. Is it best you take an extra toothbrush along with you to avoid the temptation of sharing one with someone else.

Our dental assistant school class environment is a very modern Dental office, so the students gain a genuine respect for the operation of newer equipment and a feel of working in an actual office.

Reserve a spot in our next Dental Assisting class…
Contact us via email, call (303) 800-1164 or visit our reviews page.

Sincerely,
Charles F. Reed, DDS

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Sedation Dentistry – Is This Your New Career?

Posted on: February 2, 2016 10:41 am by Dental Assistant Denver

There have been tremendous improvements in dental treatment and practice over the previous century including sedation dentistry for major procedures. It’s now possible to restore lost teeth, disfigured teeth can now be the arranged in the proper manner, the fear of visiting dentist are being addressed, and many other new developments have improved the industry. One of the best development among them all is sedation dentistry, since no matter how harmless and minimally painful most dental treatments are, many individuals don’t want to imagine themselves going through session on the dental chair. This is an important procedure for which the Dental Assistant School in Denver provides training.

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Dentists regularly administer sedation dentistry and are of the idea that this procedure will take care of the fear that comes to the mind of many individual whenever there it’s need for them to through a dental procedure treatment. The way it is now done, it’s that they make use of controlled medication that we assist in relaxing the patient or render them totally unconscious during the entire period of the treatments. When patients feel numbed, they don’t feel any discomfort which they would have normally felt while various procedures are administered such as scaling, extraction, incisions, and others performed on their mouths. Dental assistants at any modern dental office need training to support the dentist during sedation procedures.

There are various types of sedatives used for sedation dentistry and you most realize the fact that not all patients go through the same sedation, because their mouth problem may differ and so there are various levels of sedation. Being a dental assistant your major role is support the dentist while the various kinds of sedation are administered. Below is a list of some of the various types of sedation treatments.

Nitrous oxide or laughing gas

This treatment is carried out through a gas mask fix in the nose and it’s combined with oxygen. It kind of sedation is minimal but does a great job in making patients feel numb. The impact of the breathed sedative will wear off rather rapidly; this is perfect for patients that need to drive themselves home because they don’t need to be scared of feeling groggy after going through their dental treatment. Patients are kept awake but totally numb using this sedative. Dental Assistants support the doctor during the treatment.

Halcion

This originated from the same medication family as valium, which a lot of us are aware is mainly given to patients with insomnia and depression. This is orally taken and should an hour before the start of the dental procedure. Patients that take it are going to be feeling drowsy and excess dosage can cause them to sleep. This offer mild to moderate sedation, what this implies is that while patients may sleep off, the kind of sleep is not going to be too deep a slumber that it’ll be hard to wake them up.  In other terms, patients are kept awake but are not totally mindful of the ongoing procedure. Again, dental assisting professionals support the dentist as he administers this medication.

General Anesthesia

This is the most powerful sedative used for sedation dentistry. because of it has the ability to force patients into deep sleep during the entire process of the procedure. It is administered through IV and it has the ability to make anybody fall unconscious instantly. This is the preferable option for those individuals that are scared and are very anxious about dental procedures; in any case, all patients that are sedated using general anesthesia should not be allowed to drive, it’s advisable they allow friends or family members to drive them home after the period of the treatment, due to the fact that the effect don’t wear away quickly. In most occasions, they will still need to undergo special medication to bring them back to their normal self, but even with this measure, patients may still show some sign of being drowsy or groggy for quite a while. The dental assistant provides support to the doctor during the treatment and helps the patient prepare for their departure from the dental office.

Don’t wait, dental assisting is a great career opportunity for which this school provides the necessary training such as in sedation dentistry. Call us at (303) 800-1164 or email. Don’t let this opportunity to join the next class pass you by.

Sincerely,
Charles F. Reed, DDS

How to become a Dental Assistant

Posted on: November 11, 2015 10:44 am by Dental Assistant Denver

Are you considering a change in career? Do you like intermingling with people? Do you find hands-on work a pleasure? If your response to these questions is yes, then becoming a dental assistant might be the career you are searching for!

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In the dental health industry, a dental assistant plays a vital role. Apart from the dentist, in most dental offices, the dental assistant has the second most vital role.

Duties of a Dental Assistant

According to the dental setting, the dentist allocating the duties and state rules, a dental assistant can carry out a number of duties. These duties include:Sterilize dental tools.

  • Help the dentist with procedures.
  • Perform x-rays.
  • Sterilize and assist with dental tools.
  • Patient management duties at the front desk such as welcoming patients, answering phone calls and fixing patients’ appointments.
  • Office supervisory duties such as working on financial issues and gathering reports.
  • Communicate with patients to get to know their dental past, inform them what the dental services they will have involves and inform them about follow up treatment following a procedure.
  • Offer consolation to the patient in connection with worries prior, in the course of and following dental processes or services.
  • Arrange tools as well as supplies.
  • Make orders for supplies and maintenance.
  • Carry out teeth impressions.
  • Take out stitches.
  • Check a patient’s vital signs like heart beat and blood pressure and recording.
  • Store a patient’s records through computer or paper.

Our class environment is a very modern Dental office, so the students gain a genuine respect for the operation of newer equipment and a feel of working in an actual office.

Reserve a spot in our next Dental Assisting class…
Contact us via email, call (303) 800-1164 or visit our reviews page.

Sincerely,
Charles F. Reed, DDS

Check This Out – $100 Discount

Posted on: September 9, 2015 10:47 am by Dental Assistant Denver

Are you having trouble with your current work situation? Are you looking to change to a recession proof career? Look no further, become a dental assistant today!

Dr. Charles Reed is generously offering an additional $100 discount to students as a Labor Day special – for those who enroll in our next session before the deadline. This is an amazing offer that can help you in your quest to become a dental assistant.

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This great opportunity will not last, we only have a few spaces available…
The deadline to request this discount is Sept. 17, 2015.
Reserve your spot  by contacting us via email or calling (303) 800-1164.

Sincerely,
Charles F. Reed, DDS

Amazing Opportunity – $100 Discount

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Posted on: August 26, 2015 10:48 am by Dental Assistant Denver

Are you ready to make a life change? If so, The Premier School of Dental Assisting would like to help you in these challenging times. Dr. Charles Reed is offering an additional $100 discount off tuition in celebration of the upcoming Labor Day holiday, for students that enroll for the next session.

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We just have a few spots left for our next session and this discount is in addition to the website discount for a total of $150 savings! Act now before those spots are taken and the discount is gone. Make the right choice and become a dental assistant today.

So don’t wait , call us at (303) 800-1164 or email. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by.

Sincerely,
Charles F. Reed, DDS

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$100 Discount Ends Soon!!

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Posted on: June 1, 2015 10:57 am by Dental Assistant Denver

Having trouble with your current career? Stuck in a dead-end job? Want to make a change to become a dental assistant? The Premier School of Dental Assisting would like to help you make that change.

Dr. Charles Reed is offering a great opportunity with just a few short days left…  Students can receive a $100 discount off the cost of tuition if they enroll by the deadline and there are still spots available in the next class.

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This discount will be gone soon, so act now before it is gone.  The deadline is June 4th, 2015 and/or when all class seats are taken.

Reserve your spot  by contacting us via email or calling (303) 800-1164.

Sincerely,
Charles F. Reed, DDS

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Dental Assisting Program was Excellent

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Posted on: May 18, 2015 10:59 am by Dental Assistant Denver

Dental Assisting ProgramThe dental assisting program was excellent. The teachers were very patient and thorough, they always offered to come in early or stay late to give extra help or practice if we needed it. Their enthusiasm to take made the class very fun. We were hands on from the very first day and covered a broad spectrum of the dental assisting practice. I feel like the Premier School of Dental Assisting gave me the knowledge and practice I needed to become a good dental assistant. Thanks everybody!

Jeff B., Dental Assistant

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Great Opportunity – $100 Discount Off Tuition

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Posted on: April 28, 2015 11:02 am by Dental Assistant Denver

Are you tired of your job? Are you ready for a recession proof career? The Premier School of Dental Assisting would like to help you make that change.

Dr. Charles Reed is offering a $100 discount toward the cost of tuition for students who enroll by June 4th 2015.

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This discount will only last as long as seats are available, so act now before it is gone.

Reserve a spot in our next Dental Assisting class… Contact us via email or call (303) 800-1164.

Sincerely,
Charles F. Reed, DDS

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Dental Assistant Jobs – Short-Term or Long-Term Course?

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Posted on: March 20, 2015 11:09 am by Dental Assistant Denver

Both long and short-term Dental Assisting courses have their pros and cons depending upon your particular circumstance. Short intense courses like ours are generally about one- quarter of the tuition cost and are completed in half to one-third of the time which makes the opportunity for dental assistant jobs that much faster.

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Short-term courses work well for highly motivated individuals looking to get into the work force as soon as possible. Regardless of which program you complete, you are still entering the work force at entry level pay until you prove yourself. We see the best and the worst from both short and long-term programs, so it boils down to individual motivation, personality, attitude and work ethic.

I believe this is what makes our students so terrific, you can tell by the photos they take during class that they are serious and happy about learning and making the extra effort to work hard. They become friends quickly and support each other as a group.

Our class environment is a very upscale Dental office, so the students gain a genuine respect for the cost of equipment and a feel of working in an actual office. And of course incentives and occasional prizes and contests break the monotony of all the study study study!!

Reserve a spot in our next Dental Assisting class…
Contact us via email or call (303) 800-1164.

Sincerely,
Charles F. Reed, DDS

 

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