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Our purpose is to provide people the opportunity to enhance their lives through education.
Our school’s dental assistant program takes a total of four quarters (38 weeks) to complete. After completing the on-campus portion of the program, you’ll participate in an off-campus, eight-week clinical externship that provides you with real-world, hands-on experience in a dental practice setting.
When deciding where to obtain your dental assistant training, look for a school that offers a mix of teaching and learning environments: classroom, laboratory, and experience in the field. This holistic combination gives you a strong foundation for pursuing employment after you graduate.
Arizona College of Allied Health’s dental assistant undergraduate diploma program is designed to provide you with both the education and the real-world experience needed to become a dental assistant.
A dental assistant career offers you the opportunity to play a critical role in a busy dentistry environment. Dental assisting is an ideal career path if you:
Dental assistant responsibilities include providing chairside assistance to dentists and hygienists during dental procedures and performing clerical duties, such as scheduling patient appointments. This program is offered at our Glendale and Mesa, AZ campuses.
Other benefits you get with choosing Arizona College of Allied Health for dental assistant training include:
Our Career Services team offers job search support and employment services to all Arizona College of Allied Health Dental Assistant students and graduates.
Through ArizonaCollegeEDGE.com, we also provide you with tools to simplify everything from writing resumes and cover letters to job applications and more. You’ll even find tips and resources for on-the-job success, conflict resolution, networking, interview prep, and planning for your future. Because at Arizona College, we care about more than getting you ready to graduate. We’re here to get you ready for a career.
Arizona College of Allied Health encourages our students to pursue dental assistant certification after completing our program. Additionally, as a program graduate, you’ll have support and assistance with job placement from our Career Services team as you embark on your dental assistant career.
We invite you to learn more about our school and our dental assistant program. Take the first step on the path to fulfilling your dream of working in the dental field. Complete a request information form to get in touch with the Arizona College admissions team. Start your new career today!