and students to Dental Assisting. Job
prospects for dental assistants have never been better. Population growth
and greater retention of natural teeth will fuel demands for dental services.
As the health care industry requires more work to be done by dentists, the dental
assistant will be more valuable and needed more than ever before.
dental assistants, you’ll be expected to take on an increasing number of
clinical and administrative responsibilities to stay competitive. Now is the
time to equip yourselves with the range of skills and competencies you’ll need
to excel in the field. Now is the time to maximize your potential, to expand
your base of knowledge, and to dedicate yourself to becoming the multifaceted
dental assistant required in the twenty-first century.
received my Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Texas A&M. In
2001, I earned my DDS degree from University of Texas Dental Branch in Houston.
Following graduation, I entered private practice as a general
dentist. I am happy to be a part of Miller Career & Technology Center training future dental assistants in a rewarding career path.