For any Dental Assistants who wish to further their credentialing, QHM’s EFDA program will offer the following courses:
This course will introduce the student to topics related to tooth morphology. The student will have the opportunity to learn location, features, and clinical considerations of each permanaent and primary dentitions.
This course will acquaint the student with properties of dental materials, inlcuding mechanical properties, thermal change, electrical properties, corrosive properties, solubility, and application properties. Direct restorations using amalgam an indirect restorations using gold-noble metal alloys and ceramic castings will be discussed.
Placing and Shaping Dental Restoration and Occlusion
Stainless Steel Crown Placement
Matrix Systems for Restorative Dentistry
This course will introduce students to key terms relating to matrix systems for restorative dentistry and how a matrix system is used in Class II, III, and IV restorations. Students will describe the matrices used for restorations and discuss the purpose and use of a wedge. The course also covers alternative methods of matrix systems. Students will assemble a universal retainer and matrix band and place and remove a matrix band and wge for class II, III, and IV restorations.
*NOTE:These classes, while intended as further credentialing for certified dental assistants, can also be taken by anyone else for use as continuing education credits to be put towards your renewal.
*If student receives funding for the course through WIOA, this will only cover the cost of tuition; students will be responsible for covering their own travel and EFDA exam costs*
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Quality Health Management
8501 Candelaria NE, Bldg B
Albuquerque, NM 87112
Classroom Location: 716 6th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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