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Air Force (USAF) dental assistant instructors, it is our responsibility to train and mold young airmen to be the best dental assistants throughout the world.
SB 953 proposes to evolve provisions for expanded functions by requiring that a dental assistant wishing to perform them must obtain a permit from the board.
Being a dental assistant is usually the first step into the world of dentistry and can lead to other positions, such as office manager, or even inspire the worker to get a degree in dentistry, Kelly Smudde said.
Byline: Greg Botonis Staff Writer Irate that she had to go to another office for treatment of an infected tooth, a dental patient tried to stab two dental assistants Wednesday with a dental probe, officials said.
com will create and license Web-based versions of the UK-IDEA courses, which include more than 275 lessons of dental assistant education organized into 15 units of learning.
As reported by the Ohio Dental Association, the Ohio State Dental Board filed new rules in November 2010 that changed existing roles to allow expanded function dental assistants (EFDAs), certified dental assistants (CDAs) and dental assistants to monitor nitrous oxide under a dentist's direct supervision.
During the 2009-10 legislative session, the Vermont Dental Assistants Association was successful in appointing a dental assistant to the current state board of dental examiners.
IDAA retained a lobbyist to help with the legislative efforts of getting a Dental Assistant on the Iowa Dental Board.