The CEI Dental program provides the training necessary to become an integral part of the dental profession. The curriculum follows the Idaho State Board of Dentistry guidelines. Dental Assistants perform everything from front office responsibilities to chairside tasks and laboratory procedures.
82.34% - (Average placement for graduates over the past five years.)
You will learn front office and clinical duties including, scheduling patients, patient recall systems, filing, insurance procedures, ordering supplies, infection control, sterile techniques, CPR, first aid, mixing impressions and cements, charting, radiology, sealants, coronal polishing, temporary crowns, and assisting the dentist. This program also offers you hands-on experience, supervised externships in area dental offices.
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Over the last five years our graduates started out averaging $19,760 to $29,120*
(Based on a 2080-hour work year, wage information is given within the first year of employment)
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