Dear Future Dental Assistant,
As a Dental Assistant you can earn good money with nice benefit packages in many cases. It’s a career that allows you to work anywhere in the United States. Plus the demand for Dental Assistants is growing by leaps and bounds. There are many more reasons why it makes sense to think about becoming a Dental Assistant. Why not find out more?
“Could a Career as a Dental Assistant Be Right for You?”
At times there has been a shortage of qualified assistants in my dental practice. I saw this need and opened the Paramount School of Dental Assisting, a 13 week dental assisting program within the Arkansas area and put my passion and years of experience to work. Now in addition to my private practice, I operate the school with the entire course completed in 13 weeks. “Compared to other schools, Paramount School of Dental Assisting students not only finish in less than half the time, but pay a mere fraction of tuition fees”.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics there is a shortage of qualified dental assistants. You can make a difference in people’s health and lives. Most people aren’t familiar with this career choice but according to The Bureau of Labor Statistics, Dental Assisting is the third fastest growing occupation for which a college degree isn’t required. And the employment outlook for Dental Assisting is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2020.
This Presents a Tremendous Career Opportunity for You!
So what exactly is a Dental Assistant? A Dental Assistant works in a Dental Office providing patient care. They also handle various office and laboratory duties too.
As a Dental Assistant you can earn $12 to $26 per hour! A survey conducted by the Dental Assisting National Board found that the median salary for a typical Dental Assistant in the United States was $33,470.
Depending on where you work, you can get a good benefits package. Your benefits package may include: Paid vacation, and sick leave, medical and hospitalization, reimbursement for continuing-education course fees, pension plans (401k) and profit sharing or bonus plans and dental coverage.
And did you realize that as a Dental Assistant you’d have job security? That’s because the demand for Dental Assistants is greater than the supply. This stacks the deck in your favor.
Plus, you can seek employment anywhere in the United States so you’re not limited to a certain geographical area!
Are you looking for an exciting new career, one that you can finally be proud of? If you said “YES” then a career, as a Dental Assistant, might be right for you. Don’t wait… Email or call (501) 404-9340 today to reserve a spot in our next Dental Assisting class. Look forward to hearing from you soon!
Dr. Ted Pinney