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Dental assistants aid dentists with patient care. They work under the supervision of dentists and also may work with dental hygienists or dental laboratory technicians. Dental assistants usually work in private dental offices but also may work in public health clinics, dental schools, the armed forces and nursing homes.
Their functions are:
Annual Mean Wage
Students wishing to pursue a career in dental assisting should take challenging high school courses in science, math and English. Dental assistants receive their education and training through academic programs at community colleges, vocational schools, technical institutes or universities. Graduates of these programs receive certificates of completion. The length of the program varies with the school but is usually six to 12 months. Dental assistants can become certified by passing an examination administered by the Dental Assisting National Board.
In Virginia, dental assistants are required to be certified in radiology before placing and exposing radiological pictures. Formal one- or two-year programs are offered for dental assistants. Training also may be available on the job.
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The world of healthcare is filled with acronyms and unique identification numbers, each serving a specific purpose. One such identifier is the DEA Number, a unique code assigned by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to healthcare providers. This article delves into the significance, structure, and process of validating DEA numbers, along with its role in mitigating prescription drug abuse.
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