Oral healthcare has attracted massive youth towards it from last few years. The reason behind this is a dynamic work environment, a fantastic salary, employment potential and career advancement opportunities. In oral health care, you can make your career as Dentist, Dental specialist, Oral Health Therapists, Dental Hygienist, Dental Prosthetists and Dental Assistant.
The easiest way to get into the dental industry is work as the entry-level dental assistant. For becoming a dental assistant you need to clear a five-year professional degree course. Also, you have to attend a complete one-year dental assistant training. If you are looking for the career in dental assisting, you can register on AADA for dental assisting training course.
Once you become a part of dental healthcare, you will know the pros and cons of the dental healthcare. After working as an entry-level dental assistant you are in the good position to decide whether you want to advance your career in dental care or not.
When it comes to salary, the dental assistant gets a good salary in starting. For freshers, it may commence at $15.00 per hour and increases up to $30.00 per hour for a trained dental assistant. To get well-skilled, qualified, trained and to deliver form the first day of work you need practical training on real patients in the real environment. You can check the training course here at http://www.aada.edu.au/course-information/.
Employment opportunities for dental assistant are growing year by year. Dental assistants can advance their career in two ways either by broadening their chairside role or shifting to other roles. In chair side assisting dental assistant can advance to Dental Hygienist, Dentist, and Senior Dental Assistant.
While shifting to another role you can work as Dental Laboratory technician, office manager, legal consultant, trainer, and educator. Out of all above career option “Dental Hygienist” is the most sought-after option for the dental assistants.
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