Dental EDDA

Information/Programs

Graduates are required to take the Dental Assisting National Board Examination (DANB), a national certification exam to become certified dental assistants. The Expanded Duty Dental Assisting Program is accredited without reporting by:
American Dental Association
Commission on Dental Accreditation
211 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60611
(312) 440-4653
www.ada.org

 

View Specific Programs and Course Requirements Below:

  1. Expanded Duty Dental Assisting Diploma

Program Information
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Expanded duty dental assisting students develop skills to receive and to prepare the patient for treatment, to prepare dental instrument setups, and to assist a licensed dentist in the treatment of patients. As an office manager, the dental assistant is a liaison between the dentist and patients.
Take COL-101.
 
 
1. TAKE DAT-110, ENG-165 2. TAKE PSY-103 OR PSY-201 3. TAKE MAT-103 OR MAT-160
 
 
 
 
TAKE DAT-113, DAT-115, DAT-118, DAT-121, DAT-122, DAT-123, DAT-124, DAT-127, DAT-154, DAT-160 DAT-164, DAT-177, AHS-113
 
 

Overview

Expanded duty dental assisting (EDDA) students develop skills to receive and to prepare the patient for treatment, to prepare dental instrument setups, and to assist a licensed dentist in the treatment of patients. As an office manager, the dental assistant is a liaison between the dentist and patients. Students work in a simulated dental office in the fall and spring semesters on campus to gain clinical skills. Clinical experience is gained in all three terms by rotations in local dental offices.

Professional opportunities include chairside dental assistant, receptionist, oral surgery assistant, orthodontic assistant, pediatric dental assistant, endodontist assistant, periodontist assistant and office manager.

 

View EDDA Application Process and Frequently Asked Questions

 

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