BECOME A DENTAL ASSISTANT IN AS LITTLE AS 12 WEEKS!! Dental Assistant Starting Pay is Now $14 – $20 per Hour CALL NOW FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TAKE A TOUR OF OUR FACILITY NEXT CLASS DATES: Thursdays, May 20, 2021 (FULL – WAIT LIST AVAILABLE) 8:30am – 4:00pm Saturdays, June 5, 2021 (4 Seats Remaining)  8:30am – 4:00pm Mondays – July 26, 2021   8:30am – 4:00pm  Mon/Wed Evenings – July 26, 2021  6:00pm – …Read More

adminMay 6, 2021

Coping with Social Distancing: Tips for Managing Time, Stress, and Anxious Feelings

By now, most, if not all, of us are practicing social distancing until further notice. For those with kids, they are homeschooling while trying to balance remote work schedules. For others that may be alone or have no kids or family nearby, or have been temporarily laid off of work, this time is especially challenging. We must all do our part to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Social distancing functions as a means of …Read More

adminMarch 24, 2020

Is an electric toothbrush better than a manual toothbrush?

Answer From Thomas J. Salinas, D.D.S. It’s possible to brush your teeth effectively with a manual toothbrush. However, an electric toothbrush can be a great alternative to a manual toothbrush, especially if you have arthritis or other conditions that make it difficult to brush well. An electric toothbrush’s bristle movement might even help you remove more plaque from your teeth and improve your gum health. If you use an electric toothbrush, make sure it’s comfortable …Read More

adminMarch 13, 2020


Amber Ness is one of our 12 week dental assistant students who always comes into class with a smile on her face and ready to learn! This exceptional student started her externship half way through her 12 week program. After only a few weeks at her externship, her Dentist offered her a full time position as the only dental assistant in the office, starting at $18 an hour! We are so proud of her for …Read More

adminMay 7, 2021

Congratulations To Our Monday Class!

Congratulation to our Monday students for completing the 12 week entry level dental assistant training program. We are so proud of all of you guys for being such awesome students!Read More

adminApril 13, 2021

Congratulations Lauren and Kayla!

Congratulations to Lauren and Kayla for earning their EFDA and Radiography Certifications! They both took the Mon/Wed class together and completed their externships at the same time! It is always great to have a good friend and support system during your journey to becoming a Dental Assistant!Read More

adminApril 6, 2021

Monday Wednesday Night Class First Time Doing An FMX!

Our Monday/ Wednesday night class got a chance today to do their first 18 seried full mouth xrays! They all did so amazing and can’t wait to watch them progress throughout this course.Read More

adminFebruary 16, 2021

Congratulations To Our New Graduates!

This class began on Thursday November 12, 2021. This group of students have worked so hard for the past 12 weeks and they all have passed their final clinical hands on assessment and are now Dental Assistants! Majority of them have already begun their externships and one of them, Amee, has even been hired half way through her externship! We are so proud of all of you guys and wish you the best in the …Read More

adminFebruary 11, 2021

Congratulations Orion!

Orion received his EFDA and Radiography Certificates and is now a full time Dental Assistant for the State of Florida! We are so proud of all your accomplishments with Dr.Milan and wish you nothing but the best in the future. Orion took our 12 Week Dental Assisting Program in October of 2020 and the hard work he put into his studying and work paid off. He was a hard working student and now a Dental …Read More

adminFebruary 9, 2021

Most Important Dental Assisting Skill

Being in the business of dentistry for decades has taught me that motivating patients toward excellent health takes more than educating them about the benefits with an arsenal of diagnostic tools. The work of dental assistants involves many necessary skills and knowledge about equipment, instruments, sterilization, and organization of the treatment room. Another skill that great dental assistants possess is the that of listening to and building rapport with patients. While working in the operatory on charting, radiographs, …Read More

adminFebruary 5, 2021

Congratulations Shadasha!

  Shadasha received her EFDA and Radiography Certificates and is now a full time Dental Assistant for the State of Florida! We are so proud of all your accomplishments with Greenberg Dental and Orthodontics and the multiple dental assisting positions you’ve been offered. Shadasha took our 12 Week Dental Assisting Program in January and the hard work she put into her studying and work paid off. She is such a perfect example of the effort …Read More

adminDecember 17, 2020

Being new, but knowing your worth

The struggles of completing your dental hygiene academic career, passing your boards, and getting your license are real! So real that you may look back and wonder, “How the heck did I do that!?” When you let your overactive brain matter start to relax as you put dental hygiene school in the review, a new stressor takes its place, the real dental world.  Many dental hygiene clinicians will agree that academia prepares you for patient …Read More

adminOctober 23, 2020

Understanding what really protects us in dentistry—it isn’t just our PPE

Our PPE is not the only thing to protect us in dentistry. There are many other defenses and precautions that keep us safe and limit the spread of infection. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light multiple perspectives on the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in dentistry. Some practitioners believe that we have good enough PPE in dentistry and should be allowed to continue working throughout the pandemic, while others are afraid to return …Read More

adminOctober 16, 2020

Why I Became a Dental Hygienist (and would again!)

Sometimes it takes something major to cause you to reevaluate every aspect of your life. For all the challenges and disruption the pandemic has brought, it has also forced us to take stock and re-evaluate what is important. For me, it has rekindled and renewed my love for the dental community and helped me re-identify with the reasons I got into dental hygiene in the first place––to care for others and be in community with …Read More

adminOctober 9, 2020

CDC Updates Its “Guidance for Dental Settings”

Key Points Recognize dental settings have unique characteristics that warrant specific infection control considerations. Prioritize the most critical dental services and provide care in a way that minimizes harm to patients from delaying care and harm to personnel and patients from potential exposure to SARS-CoV-2 infection. Proactively communicate to both personnel and patients the need for them to stay at home if sick. Know the steps to take if a patient with COVID-19 symptoms enters your facility. …Read More

adminOctober 2, 2020