FLORIDA DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY COURSE GUIDELINES
In order to work with dental radiography privileges, dental assistants in Florida must complete specific training courses approved by the Florida Board of Dentistry OR complete a dental assisting program that has been accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA), which is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the American Dental Association as the only accreditation agency for dental professional education programs.
The Florida Board of Dentistry oversees the state’s requirements for Dental Assistants to manage safe practices.
Upon successfully completing your training in dental radiography, you will receive a state-issued dental radiography certificate from the Department of Health.
At AAA School of Dental Assisting, we meet all of these guidelines and ensure you receive the BEST training and experience available.
- Control Panel
- Intra oral
- Extra oral
Units of Measurement
Types of Exposure
Permissible Doses of Radiation
- Vest-distance away
- Lead wall
- ALARA concept
- Phosphor plates
Radiographic Digital Imaging
Radiographic Processing Techniques
- OSHA Standards
Did you know that an active membership in a professional association allows dental assistants in Florida to become familiar with the professional community? This exposure is just one of the many exciting parts of your career into Dental Assisting. You’ll enjoy networking, employment, continuing education, and many other professional opportunities.
Are you Ready to begin YOUR exciting education in Dental Assisting??
For more information on Dental Assistant training, use the form below to schedule a visit to an AAA School of Dental Assisting campus. With multiple locations nearby, you can easily meet our awesome and friendly team. We’re certain you’ll love it at AAA School of Dental Assisting.
There is no better time than NOW to begin your future in Dental Assisting.