EFDA Certification

efda certificationEFDA Certification

EFDA Certification is a two-day training course for dental assistants currently trained or already working for a licensed Dentist. The course is designed to certify the dental auxiliary in the performance of expanded functions duties.

Students attending the EFDA certification class must be able to perform all the expanded functions to become certified and has graduated from a Dental Assistant school or has been formally trained by a licensed Dentist.

The EFDA Certification course is administered in accordance with the Florida Board of Dentistry rule 64B5-16.005. AAA School of Dental Assisting requires a minimum of three months of experience as a chairside dental assistant to attend this course.

EFDA Certification Course Topics:

Charting Existing Conditions Coronal Polishing/oral hygiene instruction
Sealant Placement/Retraction (Cheek) Fluoride placement/Moister control
Periodontal Dressing placement Suture removal/Topical Anesthetic
Matrix placement/Placing cotton pellets Temporary filling (IRM)
Retraction cord placement Temporary crown and bridge
Alginate impressions Pouring study models
Fabrication of bleach trays Orthodontics & administration of nitrous
Rubber damn placement Liners and Bases/ Amalgam & Composite Material

 

Begin your EFDA Certification enrollment with AAA School of Dental Assisting (AAASoDA) by downloading, printing and completing the EFDA enrollment form available below.

Download Form: EFDA Enrollment (PDF)

Once completed, send us your completed forms by:

E-Mail: info@aaasoda.com

Fax: (407) 324-9332

Mail:
AAA School of Dental Assisting
2415 S. Frech Ave.
Sanford, Florida 32771

AAA School of Dental Assisting EFDA course is approved by the Florida Board of Dentistry (pursuant to rule 64B5 (1) FAC).

Fun Facts:

Did you know that median annual wage for Dental Assistants was 35,980 as of May 2015? Employment of Dental Assistants is projected to grow 18 percent by 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations.

Interested in learning more about Dental Assisting, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics for more information.

Questions? Contact us today for more information. We look forward to seeing you soon.