Saliva plays a key role in keeping the body healthy, but many people fail to recognize its importance. At Howard Healthcare Academy, we’re here to educate dental assistant students about a broad range of oral health topics, including saliva. As such, we want to teach… Read More
Ready to become a registered dental assistant – extended function (RDAEF)? Thanks to Howard Healthcare Academy, you can learn how to become a registered dental assistant in California as part of our RDAEF training program.
As a dental assistant, you’ll need to learn about sealants, how they work and the benefits they provide. In addition, you’ll be required to know about the back teeth, aka the molars and premolars, and how sealants can protect pits (small hollows) and fissures (grooves)… Read More
To become a successful dental assistant, you’ll need to know how to perform X-rays. And with the 32-hour standalone Radiation Safety course from Howard Healthcare Academy, you’re sure to learn how to take, process and mount X-rays properly. Here are four things you need to… Read More
Searching for a rewarding career that fosters both personal and professional growth? Consider the benefits of becoming a dental assistant.
For dental assistants, mediocrity is not an option. Instead, these dental professionals strive for greatness in everything they do – one of many exceptional qualities you’ll find in successful dental assistants across the country.
Believe it or not, becoming a dental assistant might be easier than you think. In fact, many students can enroll in world-class dental assistant training programs o accelerate their career growth like never before.
Want to enjoy a successful career as a dental assistant? First, you’ll need to enroll in dental assistant school where you’ll learn the ins and outs of dental assisting from experienced teachers.
Searching for a rewarding career in the medical field? You may want to become a dental assistant instead. There are many reasons why you should consider a career as a dental assistant, including:
The dental industry is evolving, which is reflected in several key trends that every dental professional needs to know about. Here’s a closer look at three trends that are reshaping the dental industry: