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Our program includes one lab with three dental chairs and an X-ray area so that you can train in chairside dental assisting, diagnostics, and dental radiology.

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A second lab contains a variety of dental materials and is set up for dental grinding and impressions. These are the same materials you’d use in an actual dental office, so you get a real feel for what a dental assistant job is like.

Students enrolled in the dental assistant program will have the chance to participate in a 160-hour externship at a Cleveland-area dental office or clinic, so you can see what goes on daily in a clinic or practice and work with actual patients and staff.(1)

(1)Must meet minimum GPA requirements to qualify for externship opportunities.

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Why not take advantage of this opportunity to build a foundation for your potential future as a dental assistant – in as few as eight months!(1)

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Graduates of Remington College’s Cleveland dental assistant program are eligible to sit for the state of Ohio’s dental assisting exam and for certification testing by the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB).

(1)Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates.

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Remington College – Cleveland Campus has trained many skilled and professional graduates to help meet the needs of local employers.(1)

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Our mission is to help prepare graduates for entry-level employment by providing them with practical, hands-on training. We are in regular contact with Cleveland-area employers to make sure that the training we offer is current and in demand. We invite employers to the Campus to review our facilities, equipment, courses and programs.

(1)Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates.

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Course List
Course # Course Name Lecture Hrs Lab Hrs Externship Qtr Credit Hrs
CD203 Career Development Fundamentals 20 0 0 1.00
CD204 Career Development Principles 20 0 0 1.00
DA112 Basic Body Systems and Functions 60 0 0 4.00
Orientation to Dental Assisting
10 10 0 1.00
Oral Anatomy
40 0 0 2.50
Oral Radiology Basics
40 0 0 2.50
Chairside Assisting I
30 30 0 3.50
Dental Office Emergencies
10 10 0 1.00
Dental Science I
20 20 0 2.50
Dental Materials I
20 20 0 2.50
Computer and Office Applications
30 30 0 3.50
Dental Science II
20 20 0 2.50
Dental Materials II
20 20 0 2.50
Clinical Oral Radiology
10 10 0 1.00
Chairside Assisting II
12 28 0 2.00
0 0 180 6.00
Total 362 198 160 39
Program Summary

The Dental Assisting Diploma Program provides training in performing invasive procedures, such as placing retraction cords and dental dams as well as non-invasive procedures, such as patient education.


The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions as dental assistants.


Program completion normally requires eight months for full-time students (assuming the externship is completed at 40hours per week).


The Dental Assisting Diploma Program is divided into seven monthly academic periods and one externship period. Students must successfully complete the academic periods with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in order to be eligible to participate in the externship period.


Each state has a dental practice act that governs the duties dental assistants can perform. In the state of Ohio, licensed dentists may assign to dental assistants dental procedures that do not require the professional competence or skill of the licensed dentist, a dental hygienist, or an expanded function dental auxiliary. Additionally, the state of Ohio requires dental assistants to hold a Dental Assistant Radiographer's Certificate issued by the Ohio State Dental Board in order to practice as a dental X-ray machine operator.


Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded a Diploma in Dental Assisting.

Dental Assisting Certifications

Earning a dental assisting certification may make a difference in your job search and career prospects after graduation.(1)

In fact, certain states require dental assistants to earn additional credentials or certifications beyond their educational training.(2) Job candidates must also have current certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).(2) Whether it’s state or national credentials, Remington College strongly recommends that graduates of our Dental Assisting diploma program pursue certifications that may help open more doors to employment.

Dental Assistant Certificates Available

Remington College encourages all Dental Assistant students to take their certification exam once they complete our program, and we can cover your entire examination fee for your first attempt!(3) And not only that, but CPR certification is built into our core Dental Assisting coursework.

Below are the main certification options available to our Dental Assistant students. If a student decides to pursue more than one certification or requires a retest, the student is responsible for payment and registration for each additional certification and exam.

Ohio Dental Assistant Students

Remington College covers the Application Fee for our Dental Assisting graduates in Cleveland wishing to obtain the Dental Assistant Radiographer’s Certificate from the Ohio State Dental Board.(3)

The Ohio State Dental Board regulates the practice of dentistry, dental hygiene, and dental assistant radiography for the state of Ohio. They’re responsible for licensure, regulation, and enforcement of dental practices.(5)

This certificate is awarded to dental assistants who have met the requirements set by the Ohio State Dental Board. To learn more about this certificate, visit:


Potential Career Destinations(1)

Dental Programs at Remington College


Dental Programs at Remington College


Dental Programs at Remington College


Dental Programs at Remington College


Dental Programs at Remington College


Dental Programs at Remington College


(1) Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.


Remington College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.






Our admissions staff will be there to help guide you through the process of choosing a program that fits your educational goals and make sure you have all of the documentation place to get started on the right path. At no point in the admissions and enrollment process will you have to go it alone, we are here to help.
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Financial Guidance

The process of deciding how to pay for your education can be an intimidating experience if you have never gone through it before. Fortunately, our financial aid representatives are on hand during the enrollment process to make sure you are aware of all of your options and have filled out the appropriate paperwork to ensure a smooth transition into your educational journey.
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Student Services

Remington College established a student services webpage to provide our students with easy access to the resources they need to be successful in their chosen educational paths. We encourage all students to use this site as a starting point for accessing their academic resources.
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Career Services

Our Career Services department works with our students and graduates to support them in their job search. From resume writing and interviewing techniques, to making connections with employers and holding job fairs, we provide support to current students and graduates.
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