Dental Sealants for the Certified Dental Assistant

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This course is designed to prepare the certified dental assistant to properly apply dental sealants in the dental practice. Participants should bring a sample of the sealant material used in your office and bring as many extracted teeth as you can in a sterilization pouch.

This board approved lecture/hands-on course satisfies the 8 hour CE requirement from the Ohio State Dental Board for CDA's to perform this function.

Required Document Checklist. Please fax (614-688-3188) or email ( by August 18.

Current Health Care Provider CPR card
• Current Certified Dental Assistant certification (DANB or CODA)
• Completed Medical History/ Emergency Contact Form

Proof of vaccination or immunity for the following:

• Hepatitis B - (documentation of vaccination series OR positive surface antibody test) • TB Skin Test - current (within one year) negative tuberculin skin test (Mantoux) or, if positive history, a negative x-ray. • TDAP - current (within 10 years) adult tetanus/diphtheria/acellular pertussis • MMR - measles, mumps, rubella (documentation of vaccination OR positive titer) • Varicella (Chickenpox) (documentation of vaccination OR positive titer)

College of Dentistry required prerequisite compliance training (please fax or email a copy of the quiz scores)

• HIPAA Training
• OSHA/BBP (Training and quiz)

Dress Code:
Closed toe shoes (tennis shoes recommended)
Safety glasses

During the clinical portion of the course, students will be both operator and patient as you will practice the techniques on a classmate.

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 Comments from previous course participants:

 "Very good and informative course. Great instructor!"

 "Clinical was fun. I love the hands on..."

 "Great instructor. Knowledgeable and down to earth."

 "The instructor was great. I really enjoyed the lecture and I learned a lot."

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