Expanded Function Dental Assistant Program
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Expanded Function Dental Assistant Program Details
In just three courses, Berks Technical Institute instructors cover skills to help students to become an Expanded Function Dental Assistant. Our Expanded Function Dental Assistant program includes hands-on training in a lab with equipment similar to what is used on a daily basis in the field, so you get relevant experience to prepare you for a successful career. You will also have the opportunity to learn and work with instructors that have industry experience and are able to offer valuable, real-world insight. ** Still unsure? Learn about the Berks Technical Institute difference now!**
*BTI cannot guarantee employment or salary.
**This program is not included within the school’s scope of ACCSC accreditation and is not eligible for Title IV funding
Along with classroom education, students at Berks Technical Institute participate in hands-on training to strengthen their skills. Learn the skills to help prepare you to sit for the Pennsylvania State Board of Dentistry Expanded Function Certification.**
**BTI does not guarantee third-party certifications. Certification requirements for taking and passing certification examinations are not controlled by BTI but by outside agencies and are subject to change by the agencies without notice to BTI. Therefore, BTI cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take certification examinations, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.
EFDA Pre-Clinical I
This course allows you to get an introduction into the expanded areas of dental assisting. You will complete 150 hours of clinical hands-on practice under the supervision of a dentist.
EFDA Pre-Clinical II
This course is a continuation of EFDA Pre-Clinical I. It focuses on amalgam placement and carving, composite restorative material placement, composite restorative material finishing and polishing and more.
EFDA Clinical I
The majority of your time spent in the program is in this hands-on course. You will complete over 1050 hours of training on placing amalgam and composite restorations. You will also have the opportunity to review for the DANB Expanded Functions Licensure Exam for the State of Pennsylvania.
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