For the purpose of positioning and exposing radiographs by dental assistants, formal training may consist of having received certification as a dental radiographer pursuant to Rule Chapter 64B5-9.011, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.). The requirements for certification include:
Completion of at least 3 months of continuous on-the-job training through assisting in the positioning and exposing of dental radiographic film under the direct supervision of a Florida licensed dentist.
Proof of successful completion of a Board-approved course which meets the requirements of subsection 64B5-9.011(5), F.A.C. within 12 months after completion of the on-the-job training.
|Equipment Identification||Radiographic Anatomy|
|Radiography Practice||Radiographic Film|
|Radiation Biology||Radiographic Techniques|
|Units of Measurement||Radiographic Development|
|Types of Exposure||Radiographic Processing|
|Tissue Sensitivity||Infection Control|
To begin your enrollment for Radiology class with AAA School of Dental Assisting (AAASoda), please print and fill out the Enrollment form(s) available below.
Download Form: Enrollment Agreement
Once the forms are completed, you may scan the forms and E-Mail them to us at, email@example.com, or
Send it to us by Fax, (407) 324-9332
You may also mail the completed form(s) to our office at,
AAA School of Dental Assisting
2415 S. Frech Ave.
Sanford, Florida 32771
AAA SODA EFDA course is approved by the Florida Board of Dentistry (pursuant to rule 64B5 (1) FA