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Doctors of Medicine (MDs) in Dental Assisting 2021

A Doctor of Medicine is a highly advanced degree that requires about six years of work. Many M.D. programs require a combination of classwork, research papers, and hands-on clinical practice to certify students as medical doctors.

M.D. in Dental Assisting

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Birmingham, USA

Housed within Alabama’s dental school, the UAB’s Dental Assisting Program helps position graduates for careers in oral healthcare. The yearlong program includes lectures, demo ... +

Housed within Alabama’s dental school, the UAB’s Dental Assisting Program helps position graduates for careers in oral healthcare. The yearlong program includes lectures, demonstrations, and rotations within the school and private dental offices where students engage in broad-based clinical experiences, from pediatric dentistry and orthodontics to comprehensive care, hospital dentistry, and more. Students assist with a variety of patient procedures and gain valuable knowledge and experience through robust interactions with dental faculty, staff, residents, and students. Upon fulfilling program requirements, graduates receive a certificate of completion issued by the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry. -
M.D.
English
Sep 2021
Campus
 

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