Frequently Asked Questions
What is some information about the course?
The course is a certificate program. It is an entry level course that is given on Saturdays. After you graduate, you'll be qualified to get a job in any dental office either as a dental assistant or in a front office position.
What is the tuition of the course?
Dental assisting 101 the fee: $2,350
Dental assisting 201: $1,500
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*Tuition financing is available through GE Credit or CareCredit. Ask our office staff for details.
What can I expect for a starting salary once I graduate?
According to the most recent statistics, a new assistant can excpect to make at least $14 to $18 per hour. If one works for a specialist or in the city you can expect higher amounts. Once you gain experience in your position, you can expect to make up to $18-$24 per hour. Full time benefits include Health Insurance, Sick Days, Paid Holidays, Continuing Education Course Tuition, Retirement Benefits, and Vacation Pay.
Do you offer job placement assistance?
We do offer job placement assistance. Many of the dentists in the area know about our school and will often request a list of our graduates when they need a dental assistant.
Is your course licensed?
This school is licensed by the Division of Private Occupational School Education, Division of Professional Licensure, 1000 Washington Street, Suite 710, Boston, MA 02118.