“Dental Implants” ?

Question by westphalia1: “Dental Implants” ? Is there such a thing as “dental Implants” that are free, experimental or at no cost? Does any Dental Insurance cover the whole cost? Thanks. Best answer: Answer by cindy4What is a dental implant??? What do you think? Answer below!

Support for Dental Assistants

Support for Dental Assistants   Dental Assistants can find themselves easily overwhelmed with the level of responsibility they have and the many duties of their job. Since they work hard to meet all of these requirements, it is no wonder they can find themselves stressed out and needing someone to talk to. It is always easier to talk to those who know exactly what you are talking about. The medical and dental professions are known for taking enthusiastic qualified individuals and squeezing the very life out of them will took much be...

The Demand for Dental Assistants

Demand for Dental Assistants Dental Assistants are essential to the field of dentistry. They work hard to make sure all the dental tools are cleaned properly, patients feel comfortable, and they assist Dentists and Hygienists with dental procedures. In addition, they help with lab work and are trained in medical emergency procedures. Combined, these duties require individuals who are energized and ready to help others. Dental assistants much be effective communicators and fast learners.   The demand for dental assistants continues to...

The Risk of Communicable Disease for a Dental Assistant

Communicable Disease for a Dental Assistant   Dental Assistants need to make sure they fully understand the risk of communicable diseases. A communicable disease is one that is transmitted by saliva, blood, and other bodily fluids. Dental Assistants are at a very high risk because their hands come into contact with patient’s mouths all day long. This exposes them to saliva and often blood. While patients are asked to disclose information about communicable diseases including HIV, many choose not to. Some communicable diseases such as...

Use your Dental Assistant Skills to Become a Dentist or Hygienist

Dental Assistant Skills to Become a Dentist   You can complete your Dental Assistant training in about 12 to 24 months. This will provide you with the necessary skills to work in a dental facility. If you are interested in becoming a Dentist or Dental Hygienist, then it is a good idea to train as a Dental Assistant first. This will provide you with the opportunity to explore the dental field and know exactly what you are getting involved in before spending four or more years on an education in a field you are not going to...