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On-the-Job Training vs. Dental Assisting School

The flexibility that dental assisting offers makes it an appealing career choice. A prospective dental assistant can work his or her way into the profession by either attending dental assisting school or getting training on the job. Both options allow the students to...

Is Dental Assistant School and Training Difficult?

If you are considering dental assistant training, be aware of the classes required and the program’s difficulty level. Though dental assisting is fairly hard to learn, most students find it pretty much easy. Here is a look at a dental assistant school, dental...

How Does it Feel Being a Dental Assistant

Most people are happy being a dental assistant. This career proves to bring out the blend of administrative, interpersonal, and clinical skills as a single unit. But there are some aspects of this profession that assistants may not be aware of before jumpstarting...

10 Soft Skills You Need as a Dental Assistant

Education and training both are very important for Dental assistants. It doesn't matter if you are looking for that first job or trying to take on more responsibilities. But, some things just can't be taught. So you need to observe the surroundings to develop and...

What Are Dental Cements?

Dental cement is what your dentist uses to help secure a dental restoration such as a crown, inlay, or a fixed bridge to your teeth. The purpose of dental cement is to make sure that your dental restorations stay fixed in your mouth. Qualities of ideal dental cement ...

Oral Surgeon Vs. General Dentist. What’s The Difference?

Responsibilities of Dentist vs Oral Surgeon No matter if its dentist vs. dental surgeon, both take care of the oral health of their patients. Dentists monitor the dental health of their patients and carry out the routine check-ups. They respond to dental cases such as...