It’s time for a new and rewarding Dental Assistant career!

IMDT offers the best in dental assistant training. Graduate in as little as 16 weeks! Earn up to $2,000 in scholarship training by applying today! All students are approved with a small down payment. If eligible there’s no payment for 90 days!

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All Students Approved!

With IMDT’s In-House Financing we make sure all potential students get approved to take our programs. We also make all payments affordable with just a small down payment needed!

Low Interest Lending Partners

IMDT has partnered with unique Lending Partners to offer them Low Interest payments, sometimes deferred for up to 90 days!

Community Scholarship Programs

During your meeting with an admissions representative we will also ask you questions to see if you qualify for community scholarship programs like MYCAA or WIOA.

Many other ways for you to start a new career!

We strive to help you find the most afforable and best way for you to pay for your time in school. You always have the choice of Cash, Check or Credit Card as well as our many other financial options.

Dental Assistant Program Overview

This course includes:
Prepare for:

Florida Dental Radiography Certification

Issued by Florida Board of Dentistry

What you'll learn

The Entry-Level Dental Assistant performs many tasks, ranging from patient care to record keeping in a general dental office under the direct supervision of the Dentist. Entry-Level Dental Assistants work in general or specialty dental practices such as Orthodontists, Endodontists, and Periodontists offices. This program will provide the knowledge needed for a beginner in dental assisting. After satisfactory completion, passing all academic and skills testing the student will receive a certificate for Entry-Level Dental Assisting. A Entry-Level Dental Assistant is employable in any general or specialty business or clinical position.

The instruction is by lecture, lab and externship experience. The Dental Assisting program student will complete clinical and laboratory procedures for a period of 16 weeks. In conjunction with physicians and other healthcare personnel, the student will complete up to, but not limited to 160 observation/externship hours, during the course, under direct supervision. The student will obtain hands-on experience in both the clinical and administrative areas of dental assisting. After satisfactory completion, passing all academic and skills testing, and completing the clinical/externship requirements, the student will receive a certificate for the Entry-Level Dental Assisting Program.
Program Objectives