Reliable. Professional. Friendly.
Our program is affordable.
The application fee is only $100, and the $3,895 tuition includes books, supplies, uniform, and an ADAA Student Membership. No surprises. No additional fees.
Our classes are on-line.
Complete our on-line modules on your schedule – days, nights, weekdays, weekends. Whatever fits your schedule.
We meet in-person one day a week.
Our in-person lectures/labs are one day on the weekend. Allowing you to keep your current job and spend time with friends or family.
Excellent student to teacher ratio.
We limit our in-person labs/lectures to only four students per instructor. Allowing for plenty of personal instruction and time to answer questions about the online portion of the course. In addition, instructors can be reached 24/7 via email and text.
Our staff is experienced.
Our Head Dental Assisting Instructors are Deborah Erler and Jules Kaleshi
Deborah received her certificate of study in Dental Assisting from the Wake Forest University Bowman Gray School of Medicine and has been teaching Dental Assisting since 2019.
Jules completed the Dental Assisting Program at Southern Crescent Technical College and has been teaching Dental Assisting since 2019.
We also have two Guest Dental Assisting Instructors - Dr. Jeffrey Chen, DMD and Dr. Vikram Bhatia (Dr. Vik), DMD
Dr. Chen received his Doctorate in Dental Medicine (DMD) from the Medical College of Georgia and currently practices dentistry at Johns Creek Dental Associates.
Dr. Vik received his Doctorate in Dental Medicine (DMD) from the Medical College of Georgia and currently practices dentistry at Brookhaven Dental Associates.
We will help you find a job.
Our goal is for every one of our graduates to find a dental assisting position either on their own or with our assistance.
Our goal is for every one of our graduates to find a dental assisting position either on their own or with our assistance. Although we cannot guarantee job placement after the completion of our Dental Assisting program, we do provide instruction on preparing a resume, conducting job searches, and improving interview skills. We also maintain a list of employers currently looking for Dental Assistants and help arrange job interviews with potential employers.
We also closely track the success of our graduates in finding employment in their field of study with the goal of having one of the highest job placement rates of any Dental Assisting program in the state.
My journey being a dental assistant has been one of the most rewarding times in my life. Becoming a dental assistant was something I wanted. I knew the positive impact it can have, being a part of giving someone "their dream smile" is why I got into dentistry. I have been a dental assistant for a little over 4 years, the relationships you form with each patient, gives you a sense of pride knowing that you have been a part of such a big moment in patients life. I highly encourage others to have careers in dentistry.