M.D.s in Dental Assisting in North America 2021
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Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Dental Assisting in North America
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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 ...