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Looking to start your career in dental assisting?

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You don’t need to spend several months locked away in a classroom and
spend thousands of dollars in tuition to start your career. 

You just need Pacific Dental Assisting.

About our classes

To apply for Pacific Dental Assisting course you are required to

•    Interview with an admissions counselor and tour the      training facility.
•    Be at least 18 years of age.
•    Present proof of secondary education, either high          school diploma or GED certificate
•    As a dental assistant student, you must purchase and wear clinical scrubs while attending class. Scrubs are relatively inexpensive and can be obtained at nearby retailers. (Information will be given to you at the Admission’s interview).
•    Complete a CPR – Basic Life support class (Information will be given to you at the Admission’s interview).


Tuition $3,250

10-week instructor-guided sessions

Hands-on clinical training in a state of the art dental office

2 payment options available:

Pay the entire tuition of


prior to start of class.

$1,800 down

then pay the

remainder due in

10 x $145

(each payment by week)

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

  • What is the job market like for Dental Assistants?
    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for Dental Assistant jobs is projected to continue growing well into the future.
  • Why should I consider a career as a Dental Assistant?
    Dental assisting can be very rewarding for individuals seeking job security with attractive earning potential and, in many cases, great benefits like health insurance, paid sick leave, paid vacation, and even retirement plans. Many dental offices also offer flexible schedules that allow for part-time work, which is especially appealing for individuals with children or other demands on their time. Dental assisting is also a great step toward other positions within the dental profession such has dental hygienist or dental technician.
  • Will your course prepare me to become a Registered Dental Assistant?
    Yes! Our course is designed specifically to train inexperienced, committed individuals to become very qualified candidates as entry level Dental Assistants.
  • How long is the course?
    This course is completed in 10 consecutive Saturdays totaling 80 hours of lecture and hands-on laboratory in an actual dental practice.
  • What is the earning potential of a Dental Assistant in California?
    Salaries typically start around $36,660 per year and can exceed $49,000 per year.
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