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Dental Assistants help dentists during patient examinations and treatments. They also provide direct patient care, educate patients on oral health, perform basic lab duties and manage client records.
Upon completion of Westervelt College's Dental Assistant program, graduates work as Level I Dental Assistants and can write their Level II exam through the NDAEB (National Dental Assisting Examining Board).
After passing the exam, graduates can work as Level I or Level II Dental Assistants.
To learn more about the program, tuition fees, program start dates or admission requirements contact Westervelt College here!