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Based on 209 responses, the job of Dental Assistant (Certified) has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.02 out of 5. On average, Dental Assistant (Certified)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Dental Assistant (Certified)?

February 2016
Give your time.
Dental Assistant (Certified):
When starting school, look for an office and start doing free hours. Learn the names of all the instruments and how to take great radiographs. Most importantly, you need patience.
March 2016
I hate Forsyth but don't mind dental assistant.
Dental Assistant (Certified):
Just make sure you find an office that you can work there long term and that the people are true.
July 2016
Dental Assistant (Certified):
Find a Dental Office that appreciates what you have to offer and will not only compensate you but will offer job advancement and benefits..
September 2016
Always improving.
Dental Assistant (Certified):
Pros: Always improving my skill and education through courses and new techniques by working with new dentists and learning new procedures. I enjoy working with my colleagues. The office is beautiful and up to date. I enjoy having the opportunity to broaden my horizon within the office.
Cons: Dentist to assistant ratio is not equal which makes vacation time difficult at times.
October 2016
Dental Assistant (Certified):
Learn all you can. And know your patient comes first.
February 2017
Dental Assistant (Certified) in Asheville:
Pros: It's where I grew up and what I intend on doing as I grow here.
Cons: Traffic.
November 2018
Dental Assistant (Certified) in Riverside:
Pros: It’s close to home.
Cons: Nothing