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Types of Professional Training Offered By Medical and Dental Technician Schools

There are many schools that offer diplomas for medical and dental professions. These programs often provide hands on training along with traditional classroom hours. You can even earn the same certificate from online schools. If you are interested in an entry-level dental or medical career, consider one of the following options.

  • Dental Hygiene – This program allows you to earn the title of dental hygienist or dentist assistant. These professionals focus on preventive oral health. Common duties include cleanings, taking radiographs, and assisting dentists with advance procedures. Most people attend a two-year training school, but requirements vary from state to state.
  • Radiology – To become a radiology technician, your state will require the completion of a certificate, associate’s degree, or bachelor’s degree program. In this position, you will help with the diagnosis of patients by taking images of their bodies. This career could take you to various health care specialties such as respiratory therapist or surgical technologist.
  • Pharmacy – This degree allows individuals to work alongside of licensed pharmacists. Many pharmaceutical technicians work in drugstores. After completing training and passing the two mandatory exams, you will be able to give out prescription drugs as well as other medical devices. Patients will also turn to you for instructions for their use.
  • Ultrasound – An ultrasound uses repeated sound compression, like SONAR, to allow doctors to see within the body. Unlike an x-ray, this procedure has no known risks. Ultrasound technicians, also called sonographers, are responsible for preparing and explaining the entire procedure to the patient, as well as evaluating the images produced by the ultrasound. The most widely known need for this type of profession is in obstetrics.
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    First Response Medical Training
    2904 Trimmier Rd, Killeen, TX 76542
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    (254) 247-0460
     
    User Review: "This place has great instructors who really care. I was shocked to be able to find both dental assisting and pharmacy tech..."
    Responder+ Training Center
    Navasota, TX 77868
    (979) 221-4833
    Hematologic Malignancies 2010
    Spring, TX 77381
    (281) 364-7387
    Hanby Environmental Lab Procedures
    5150 Franz Rd, Katy, TX 77493
    (281) 391-4257
    Across Texas CPR 972-740-1720 - AHA BLS, CPR, Inst
    1000 Cypress Creek Pkwy Ste 215, Houston, TX 77090
    (972) 740-1720
    Chamberlain College of Nursing
    11025 Equity Dr Ste 200, Houston, TX 77041
    (713) 277-9800
    Remington College
    11310 Greens Crossing Blvd Ste 300, Houston, TX 77067
    (281) 885-4450
    Texas School of Business
    711 E Airtex Dr, Houston, TX 77073
    (281) 443-8900
    My Elite CPR
    22507 Diamond Shore Ct, Katy, TX 77450
    (832) 437-3808
    Texas Health School
    11211 Katy Fwy Ste 170, Houston, TX 77079
    Texas Health School is to provide quality educational programs that prepare its graduates for employment in their specialized field of allied health.
    (713) 932-9333
    Everest Institute
    255 Northpoint Dr, Houston, TX 77060
    (281) 447-7037
    CPR Classes Anytime
    11811 North Fwy Ste 500, Houston, TX 77060
    (281) 247-7290
    Remington College
    3110 Hayes Rd Ste 380, Houston, TX 77082
    (281) 899-1240
    Everest Institute
    9100 E Highway 290, Austin, TX 78724
    (512) 928-1933
    Sanford-Brown College
    9999 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77042
    (888) 377-1333


    Choosing the right dental or medical assistant training program is an important decision to make. There are many professions within the medical and dental fields, including dental hygienists, nurses, pharmacy technicians, physicians, and dentists. For each medical or dental career, there are varying degrees of schooling and education that is needed. If you are interested in beginning a career as a dental or medical assistant, familiarize yourself with some key terms so that you choose the right training program or school for your interests.

  • Dental Assistant - Often working closely with and under the supervision of dentists, they perform various degrees of patient care, office and laboratory duties. They often are needed to sterilize, disinfect and prepare instruments and equipment required to treat each patient. They also update patients’ dental records.
  • Dental Hygienist - These professionals are licensed to perform a different set of clinical tasks than that of a dental assistant. They teach patients about practicing good oral hygiene and provide a variety of preventative dental care treatments.
  • Medical Assistant - These people work closely with doctors to help them care for patients by performing a combination of routine clinical, administrative and laboratory duties. As well as working in clinics and doctors’ offices, medical assistants also work closely with health care professionals in hospitals.
  • Radiology Technician - The use of digital imaging technology to diagnose and treat abnormalities and diseases visualized inside the human body.
  • Ultrasound Technician - A noninvasive medical imaging technique that is used for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Ultrasound technology is often used to monitor the internal body structure or a developing fetus.
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