Time, Cost, and Experience. Our program is only 10 weeks. Not 6, not 12, or even 18 months. We don’t waste your time on subjects that have little relevance the daily work of a dental assistant. The curriculum is not inflated to justify a longer program. Our tuition is NOT $12,000 – $20,000. We are proud of our low cost of $2,800.00. We do not teach in a small classrooms using antiquated or non-functioning equipment. You will be trained on state of the art equipment in an operating dental practice by professionals who actually practice dentistry. You will receive hands-on practice accompanied by audio-visual teaching aids
Our program is a short 10 weeks, 80 hours.
Class schedules are determined on the size and availability of the class and students. Normally classes are held Tuesday and Thursday nights at 7PM.
The tuition covers Books and Supplies, Lab Fees, X-Rays and CPR Certification Costs. Other required items not covered by tuition are scrubs and closed toed shoes. You will receive radiology training, as well as hands on training with all the equipment, instruments and materials. Upon completion you will receive a certificate of graduation.
The total cost of the program is $2,800.00, well under that of most programs.
Don’t have the money up front? That’s OK! We have multiple payment plans that fit your need. Don’t wait on your future, apply today!
Sadly, federal grants do not count towards our course, but some loans may be available.
We keep our class sizes small in order to give you a more personal experience. 3 to 7 students per class on average.
Classes are on a first come first serve basis and usually fill up within the first 2 weeks of announcing them. Like us on facebook to get notified of new semester schedules!
The average dental assistant makes $12+ an hour fresh out of school and can make as high as $20 an hour! Most dental office managers have a background with dental assisting and those positions can pay very well.
We help with job placement and associated with multiple offices in the state of Utah and out of state. Doctors call us often asking when our dental assistants are graduating. Some even have jobs waiting for them before they finish the course! We even train you specifically on Dental Assisting job interviews in order to prepare you.
Yes! This is a big deal and requires a lot of effort to become approved.