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    Dental Assistant Career

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    to stay in the medical field; students then choose dental assisting. Dental assistants have always been seen as the nurses in the dental field, but in fact dental assistants come nowhere near nurses; therefore, students who are undecided, it is a wise choice…

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    Dental assistants place an important role in the delivery of dental care. This quarter I learned about basic dental procedures such as composite and amalgam restorations, as well as how to fabricate and cement a temporary crown. I applied this information during our lab class and made a temporary for my typodont. I was good at making a triple tray so we don’t need to make all those three opposing arch impression, bite registration and final impression which made the procedure done efficiently .…

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    A Look Into Expanded Function Dental Assistants The providers of oral health care encompass a larger scope than just the dentist and his or her assistants and hygienists. Multiple disciplines exist within the field to help the efficiency of the dental practice and to provide the underserved population in the absence of an adequate dentist to population ratio. An expanded function dental assistant (EFDA) is one discipline that has come about to provide dental care in a more efficient way. An…

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    My initial exposure to dentistry came at an early age. My aunt is a dentist in Mexico and my grandfather was the technician in charge of her in-house dental laboratory. While growing up my summers were spent at my aunt’s dental practice, and while I waited for my mother to get out of work I observed, interacted with patients, and assisted both my aunt and grandfather. As I grew so did my curiosity for dentistry; however, it was not until I had a dental emergency that I considered dentistry as a…

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    practice one may work for. Many people do not understand that one do not have to do a general practice. One’s pay is more likely to be higher in a specific office rather than in a general. There are several types of job titles a dental assistant can maintain. A person that is a dental assistant can become a pediatric dental assistant. A pediatric dental assistant performs the same tasks as a general dental assistant but they specialize to work with only children. Another job title would be an…

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    figured that teeth would be interesting to work with because I mean who wouldn’t want great teeth. With great teeth are people that work in the dental field that help everyone get that perfect smile that they dream for. One group of people that are in the dental field are called dental assistants. As a dental assistant there are many tasks that dental assistants do like prepare patients for teeth treatments, cleanings, and sterilizing instruments. Dental assistants might also assist the dentist…

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    called dental assistants. I already knew that dental assistants help out the dentist by preparing the patient and keeping up with their records but I would like to learn more. I would like to know how they break down and clean the equipment, do they deal with children or adults more. I also want to know what school I would have to attend to become the dental assistant of my dreams. By using books, MS choices, the Internet, and doing an interview, I found the working conditions, outlook, and…

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    Dental assistant Webster defines the word "dental assistant" as an individual who assists a dental operator in different tasks such as preparing a patient for dental treatment. Although dental assistants may seem an easy task it takes many years of experience and training. Also there are several on the job tasks that need to be completed. Therefore, dental assistance is a career that takes many years of training and education. In general, there are many skills and education over the years…

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    Dental Assistant Dental Assistant, a professional who cleans teeth, fills teeth, gives x-rays on teeth, assist the dentist, and cleans dental tools, is a career I wish to pursue because I find teeth interesting, I would be financially stable, and I would enjoy my job. I have been interested in this career since I was a little girl. I went to the dentist to get my teeth cleaned; they were all very friendly and looked happy. I have noticed a lot of people don’t like their jobs, and they don’t…

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    1. Job instructions on how to be a dental assistant at children’s dental care clinic. I could mention the main responsibilities and discuss the instructions. I would include ways you should care for the patients, including the ability to interact effectively with the patient’s family. The steps required are the most important such as x-rays and the different types available to show how every tooth is growing and if the tooth would later have difficulties when their wisdom teeth start to grow.…

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