Job description (including daily responsibilities) Provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members.
1. Supports dental care delivery by preparing treatment room, patient, instruments, and materials; passing instruments and materials; performing procedures in compliance with the dental practice act
Requirements for path (school, military, training, age, location, skills, etc.)
High school graduate (or GED). (2) Proof of completing radiation safety course. (3) One year experience as a registered dental assistant. (4) Certification as a Registered Dental Assistant required. (5) Certificate for coronal polishing recommended. (6) Demonstrate knowledge of dental health education subjects.
Opportunities for advancement
A Bachelor of Science in Nursing serves as the foundation for life-long learning, opening the door to continuous career development and progression.
Costs of this path (what you do not like or would miss out on by choosing this path)
For a bachelor’s course the students end up paying almost $7000 to $8000 in clinical fees while the tuition is still lower at just $2000 to $3000 per semester. $4,150.00, 10 weeks program at today’s dentist
Benefits of this path (what you like or would gain by choosing this career path)
Flexible work schedule
Varying job areas
Tax saving plans
http://www.mghihp.edu/academics/nursing/degree-options/accelerated-bachelor-of-science/licensing-and-career.aspx http://www.topregisterednurse.com/registered-nurse-benefits/ http://hiring.monster.com/hr/hr-best-practices/recruiting-hiring-advice/job-descriptions/dental-assistant-job-description.aspx http://www.danb.org/The-Dental-Community/Dental-Assistants/About-Dental-Assisting.aspx After doing this research I concluded that I would like to be a registered nurse. Nursing is a noble career option. It’s a career that allows you to help save people’s lives, bring cheer, and comfort to those in…