Expanded Functions for Dental Assistants - SPRING 2023
Students will receive training in terminology, anatomy, rubber dam technique, resin and amalgam restorative techniques for Class I, II, III, IV and V restorations, as well as the necessary matrix technique for each restoration.
You must be currently employed and possess one of the following qualifications: be a Certified Dental Assistant, a dental assistant with at least two years hands-on dental assisting experience within the last five years or a licensed dental hygienist.
An orientation and review resentation will be available online two weeks prior to the start of the course. The first in person session will include a review and the course entrance exam. The exam will be administered with both written and practical testing methods. Due to the advanced nature of this dental assisting course, an adequate knowledge of anatomy, terminology and instrumentation is essential for successful participation. Failure to take or pass either entrance exam will result in a withdraw, and a $450.00 fee will be assessed to cover non-recoupable costs. The remaining balance will be credited towards a future Expanded Functions (EFDA) program. Participants will have one year to complete the course. No refunds will be issued. Attendance is mandatory at all sessions. Any missed instructional session will result in a “0” and may warrant a withdraw from the program. Make sure to visit the website for additional information.
CHANGE OF START DATE: Orientation and Entrance Exam - Saturday, February 18, 2023 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Remaining Sessions are 9:00 am until work is done (usually by 5:30 pm): March 4, March 11, March 25 and April 15. More time will be scheduled if necessary.
All sessions will be taught by IUSD Faculty under the direction of Dr. Lisa Willis. For further information, please contact the Continuing Dental Education office at 888-373-4873 or 317-278-9002 or email email@example.com
$1400. $50 cancellation fee, no refunds after February 2, 2023 or once online materials have been accessed.