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Friday, September 3, 2010

Dental Assisting School of Utah

     Dental Assistants acquire a vast amount of knowledge in the dental field. In our Dental Assisting School in Utah County, you will learn the art of communication, professionalism, Dental terminology, Sterilization, and much more!
     For those of our students who have interned at Pediatric Dental Offices, the eruption sequence of teeth is interesting and educational. For example, baby teeth begin to form while the baby is in the mothers womb. This is one of the many reasons it is very important to control the mothers health and medication intake. Certain medicines consumed by pregnant mothers can have a damaging effect on their child's teeth.
     Baby teeth begin to erupt through the gingiva at 6-8 months old on average. The first set of permanent molars begin to erupt at age 6, it actually helped coin the term "6 year molars."  For this same reason, the second set of molars are also called the "12 year molars," as they usually erupt around age 12. Wisdom teeth certainly don't have an affect on your wisdom, but they erupt when you are considered a young adult and are acquiring important "wisdom" in life.

     Pediatric Dentistry is one of the most upbeat, fast tempo specialties that most assistants learn to love. Children usually keep the mood of the office fun and happy, which is always enjoyable for everyone. We at Practical Dental Assisting of Utah love to train our assistants and help them find the jobs of their dreams. Call us or check out our website to learn more about our school!

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