Is becoming a dental assistant the right move for you? Is this a smart career decision? We certainly think so, and here’s why.
Setting You Up for Success
In 2018, dental assistants made an average of $18.59/hour, with the higher earners making close to $26/hour. Qualified assistants aren’t having any problems finding work, either. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for dental assistants is expected to increase by 19% until 2026 — which is much faster than average.
Freedom to Explore
While all of our graduates are certified to work within a dental office in the state of Utah, not all of them choose to do so. In fact, many branch out to other types of specializations and practices, including:
- CEREC same-day crowns
- Oral surgery
Anywhere an oral assistant is needed, you will qualify. There’s no need to feel as though you only have one option. You have so many opportunities to use your skills to benefit patients across Utah.
Your career can be vibrant and ever-growing, especially if you start now. Call our team today to learn more about our program, tuition, job opportunities, and how to get started.