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Become an important member of the dental care team! Students must attend a mandatory Dental Health Careers information workshop (WKSP-8026) and complete all four courses, DLAS-8000, DLAS-8001, DLAS-8002, DLAS-8003 to receive a Macomb Workforce & Continuing Education Certificate. After completing the program and attaining two years of full-time work experience, you may test for the Certified Dental Assistant credential offered by the Dental Assisting National Board. More information at Prior to beginning the program, students must pass a criminal background check and drug screen, provide evidence of a current CPR/AED card, and purchase a uniform of teal scrubs, white lab coat, sturdy shoes, and safety glasses. A current physical, TB test and immunizations are also required. Students will learn in a blend of online lectures via Canvas and an on-site laboratory. Microsoft Office is required; students will have free access to Office 365 via the college at My Macomb and need a Macomb email to download.

Certificate of Completion Details

This Certificate of Completion has required prerequisites

Classes offered: 4

Classes required for completion: 4

Mandatory Classes: 4

A passing grade is required to receive credit for the classes in this Certificate of Completion.

Classes in this Certificate of Completion may be taken in any order.

Price:  $2,324.00


Courses Available for this Certificate of Completion

Explore human anatomy, the extra-orofacial area, and the oral cavity. Students will examine tooth morphology, terminology, function, and identification systems ......(more)
An introduction to materials commonly used in the dental setting. Various aspects of the study include the manipulation of materials, procedures for application ......(more)
This comprehensive introduction to the role of the dental assistant prepares you as a member of the Dental Care Team. Topics include the history of dental assis ......(more)
Understand the prevention of disease transmission, cross-contamination and safety in the dental environment. Learn the chain of infection, instrument processing ......(more)