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What can you expect?

Accelerated Dental holds three 10-week courses per year. Each class is eight hours long and held one day per week in a practicing dental office. This means you'll gain valuable experience in a real office setting. All of our licensed instructors are experienced dental professionals and are passionate and committed to the success of their students. Throughout the course, our career services team will help you with interview and resume prep, equipping you to confidently start your new career.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is class held?

Our dental assisting courses are held inside practicing dental offices. We want you to have a hands-on learning experience to prepare you for an incredibly rewarding career.

What makes ADAA unique?

Our online learning system provides convenience and flexibility, while our hands-on learning methods provide realistic experience to prepare you the actual working environment.

How much does it cost?

Tuition varies by course location, but we offer interest-free payment plans to make paying for your course easy and affordable. Many states also offer a variety of funding opportunities.

Why dental assisting?

With an 8% growth rate over the next 10 years, there will always be a need for dental assistants. Dental assisting can open up additional opportunities for you in the dental field.

It is possible. See what makes it affordable.

Pay As You Go

Accelerated Dental does not expect, nor do we require, our students to have the full tuition amount up front.

Achievable Payment Plans

Payment plans can be scheduled weekly or bi-weekly to ensure your payment plan meets your financial needs.

Low Payments

Start your interest-free payment plan after your deposit and pay it off by the last week of class. The earlier you enroll, the more affordable your payments will be!

So, what will you learn?

By the end of the course, students will possess the skills and knowledge that dentists say are essential for every dental assistant. Some of the main topics include:

Dental terminology and equipment
X-rays (conventional and digital)
Impressions and pour/trim models
Four-handed dentistry (operative, crown, bridge, oral surgery and root canals)
Basic process for updating patient health history
Room setup, breakdown, and sterilizing instruments
OSHA and HIPAA guidelines
Front desk operations
Seat and dismiss patients; including taking blood pressure
Career and life skills

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With locations nationwide, find a course near you that fits your schedule.

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