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Monroe Community College


This one-year dental assisting program prepares graduates for entry-level employment within the dental industry. Students are taught to perform chairside assisting, related laboratory and office procedures and all delegable expanded functions permitted by the State Education Department. Instruction includes lectures/laboratory coursework, hands-on clinical experience and formal clinical internships.




The program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association and is registered with the State Education Department. Graduates will be eligible to take the National Certification Exam offered by the Dental Assisting National Board or a New York State specific certification exam.




Recommended preparation includes high school chemistry and biology. Admission requirements include CPR for health professionals (adult, child and infant CPR - no on-line coures), a high school diploma or GED, and CPR certification. ESOL and Transitional Studies courses must be completed prior to matriculation.




Admission to this program is conditional upon meeting medical requirements, clearance of existing problem(s), and ability to meet technical standards (physical demands) of the program.




No student may progress to the next Dental Studies course level without successful completion of all courses in the previous level. Dental Studies is a high-demand, competitive program; therefore, re-admission to the Dental Studies program is rare. A student who has been previously enrolled in Dental Studies and earned a grade below passing as described in the note below or a W in the course will not be eligible for admission/re-admission to Dental Studies, unless there are documented extenuating circumstances that warrant consideration. A student who believes that there is an extenuating circumstance should speak with an advisor in the Admissions Office or the Advisement Center. Re-admission of students after an unsuccessful attempt requires permission of the department and is always on a space-available basis. Such an appeal may be made only one time. Any student who is re-admitted to the Dental Studies program and fails to achieve a passing grade (as outlined for that program) a second time is ineligible to continue in the Dental Studies program. Admission/re-admission is always on a space-available basis.





School name:Monroe Community College
Address:1000 East Henrietta Road
Zip & city:14623 New York
Phone:(585) 292-2000
Web:http://www.monroecc.edu/etsdbs/MCCatPub.nsf/34872b3a38b0fb868525681700713165/c025a7315b3b1caa852565b4004a30aa?OpenDocument
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