DENTAL ASSISTANT - SPECIALIST - TECHNICIAN TRAINING DVD with BONUSES!
As oral health becomes an essential, recognized factor in America's public health agenda, the importance of dental healthcare team members grows. With this growth and recognition, the importance and role of the dental assistant has become more focused as job opportunities have increased. A sound footing in clinical dental assisting is a great start for a career that offers many choices. In addition to dental assisting, there is also tremendous growth in the Dental Hygienist and Dental Technician arenas.
Population growth and greater retention of natural teeth will fuel the demand for dental services. Older dentists, who are less likely to employ dental assistants or hygienists, will leave and be replaced by recent graduates, who are more likely to do so. In addition, as dentists' workloads increase, they are expected to hire more staff to perform preventive dental care such as cleaning, so that they may devote their own time to more profitable procedures.
Rapid employment growth and substantial replacement needs should result in good job opportunities.
Dentists are expected to hire more assistants to perform routine tasks so that they may devote their own time to more profitable procedures.
Infection control is a crucial responsibility of dental assistants. Proper infection control protects patients and members of the dental health team.
Median hourly earnings of dental assistants were $12.49 in 2005. The middle 50 percent earned between $9.99 and $15.51 an hour. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $8.26, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $18.57 an hour.
Dental hygienists are projected to be one of the 30 fastest growing occupations.
Population growth and greater retention of natural teeth will stimulate demand for dental hygienists.
Opportunities for part-time work and flexible schedules are common.
Employment of dental hygienists is expected to grow mush faster than normal for all occupations through 2015, in response to increasing demand for dental care and the greater substitution of the services of hygienists for those previously performed by dentists. Job prospects are expected to remain very good unless the number of dental hygienist program graduates grows much faster than during the last decade, and results in a much larger pool of qualified applicants.
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|Module I - Introduction|
Dental Industry Overview
- Required skills.
- Nature of Work
- Work Conditions
- training, Qualifications
- Job Outlook
- Interviewing/Sample Resumes
- FAQ's & Links
- Dental Terms Glossary
Module II - Dental Specialist Course
Basic Dental Theory I
Introduction and Orientation
Head Anatomy and Physiology
Tooth Morphology & Intra-Oral Anatomy
Dental Services and Functions
Professional and Patient Relations
Basic Dental Theory II
Progression of Periodontal Disease
General Nutrition in Dentistry
Specialty Assisting Concepts
Clinical Emergency Procedures
Basic Life Support (BLS)
Dental Treatment Room Equipment
Four-Handed Dentistry Concepts
General Assisting Procedures
Surgical Assisting Procedures
Dental Radiology Performance
Concepts &Techniques of Oral Hygiene
Module III - Instrument Setup Course
o The Basic Oral Examination
o Standard Procedures
o Anesthetic Instruments
o Restorative Instruments
o Instrument Setups and Procedures
o Surgical Instruments
o Instrument Setups and Procedures
o Periodontic Instruments
o Endodontic Instruments
o Prosthodontic Instruments and Equipment
Module IV - Dental Technician Course
- General Administration and Orientation
- Technical Administration and Responsibilities
- Head and Neck Anatomy
- Oral Anatomy
- Oral Pathology
- Emergency Treatment for Oral Diseases and Injuries
- Oral Pharmacology
- Nutrition and Diet
- Infection Control
- Sterilization and Disinfection
- Dental Safety and Equipment Safety
- Dental Radiology
- Dental Examinations
- Preventive Dentistry
- Operative Dentistry
- Oral Surgery Assistance
- Periodontic Assistance
- Endodontic Assistance
- Prosthodontic Assistance
- Dental Treatment Room Emergencies
- Forensic Dentistry
Also included on this training cd are:
Practice Exams based on the DAT & NBDE Certification
NBDE Skill Sheets & Study Guides
Over 3 hours of Video Training (note videos are in MPEG format)
Dental Assistant Tools
It is my goal to offer affordable training alternatives to the expensive medical courses that are out there today. This is the most comprehensive career package available in Dental Healthcare. Please note that you will receive all of the items listed on two dvd-rom dvd's. These can only be accessed on a computer with a dvd-rom drive (not a dvd player or dvd drive, it must specifically be a dvd-rom drive) because the dvd's contain both data and videos, plus the videos are in Quicktime (computer) format. The data files are in adobe acrobat.
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Medical Terminology Course
This 203-page course includes charts, diagrams, and instructs how medical terms are constructed combining root words, prefixes, and suffixes. Lessons address each Body system separately and include several exams for each section, as well as a final exam, to ensure you have a working knowledge of this crucial information. Even includes a fun crossword puzzle to test your learning (w/answers to check).
Printable Medical & Dental Terminology Flashcardsto assist you in mastering the prefix, suffix and root word combinations.
Medical Terminology Word Find Puzzles
Audio Medical Terminology Files - 15+ MP3 tracks - A complete description of common prefixes, suffixes and root word forming the basis of medical terminology, plus over 500 medical terms and their definitions in A-Z format.
Human Anatomy Course
(254 pages) Includes extensive tables and visual data to assist you with this section. Each Anatomy lesson ends with a test to ensure retention of the information.
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