Enroll in Our Dental Assisting Program Today
Taking the first step towards a career in dentistry is as easy as visiting the DFW Dental Assisting School. Our location in Flower Mound, Texas, makes applying in person or online fast and easy. And, thanks to our brief course length and low tuition, we’ve quickly become the dental assisting program of choice for local students. Schedule a private tour today to learn why so many of our graduates have found success after completing their programs. Just a few of the benefits you’ll enjoy at our school include:
- Small Class Sizes
- Personalized Attention
- Hands-On Training
- Experienced Instructors
- Modern Technology & Class Equipment
- Convenient Evening Classes
Individuals interested in enrolling in our dental assistant courses must meet our school’s requirements for applicants. You must be at least 18 years old and able to provide proof of secondary education. Both high school diplomas and GED certificates are accepted. Additionally, no credit is given to related coursework completed prior to admission.
Prospective students shall not be denied admission on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap, age or veteran status, except where age, sex, or handicap constitutes a bona fide occupational qualification necessary to proper and efficient administration.
|Enrollment Deadline||Course Start||Course End|
|January 4, 2019||January 9, 2019||March 29, 2019|
|April 2, 2019||April 10, 2019||June 28, 2019|
Please fill out our Registration Form & Enrollment Agreement. You may fill this out online and email it to us, or you may print it out and drop off in person to our office during office hours. You may also stop by the office in person to pick up your registration packet.
- Fill out Registration Form & Enrollment Agreement - Registration Form/Enrollment Agreement
- Email or drop off Proof of Education (High school diploma or GED)
- Fill out which payment option you will use and pay your deposit to reserve your place in our upcoming class - Payment In Full /Weekly Payment Options
- Download a review Student Handbook - Student Handbook
Once you have completed the Registration Form & Enrollment Agreement you will need to secure your spot in our class by providing a deposit, per your payment option agreement. We accept cash, check, money orders, debit and credit cards. To make your payment by card, please call our Administrative Representative, Jessie Peterson, at 972-355-8500. To pay by cash, check or money order, please make payments to DFW Dental Assisting School and drop payment off to our office during office hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the school located?
DFW Dental Assisting School operates at 2240 Cross Timbers Road in Flower Mound, Texas, 75028.
How long are classes?
Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. for 12 weeks. We ask that all students set aside time for personal study during the week.
Are books and supplies included in tuition?
Yes. As Registered Dental Assistants, our staff knows that funding your tuition can be challenging. We believe that students’ tuition should cover everything--that’s why you never have to worry about hidden fees when you enroll in our program.
Textbook, Workbook, Syllabus, Dental Materials, CPR Certification, Instrument Pocket Guide, Mouth Models, Resume Construction, and Equipment Usage. Students are responsible for purchasing scrubs, as well as bringing note-taking materials and writing devices for class.
Is there an age limit?
Students must be at least 18 years old to register for classes. However, there is no age limit for those interested in pursuing a career in dental fields. Anyone with good dexterity and health can be a dental assistant with the right training.
Can a “front office” dental employee benefit?
Absolutely! Our team believes that there is no such thing as too much knowledge. The more you learn the more valuable your experience and input can become at your place of work.
What’s the difference between your school’s program and standard, more expensive programs?
Our accelerated course will have you job ready in only 12 weeks, where other programs can take up to 9 months. While your starting salary will be the same no matter which school you attend, our cost is significantly lower than theirs, saving you upwards of $15,000.
To work as a Registered Dental Assistant in Texas, you must pass an examination administered by the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners (TSBDE). Our school’s goal is to prepare students as much as possible for this exam. According to the TSBDE and the DANB (Dental Assisting National Board), a diploma from an "accredited" school is not a requirement to work as a Registered Dental Assistant. In fact, the Commission on Dental Accreditation lists very few “accredited” dental assisting schools in the state of Texas.
Do you provide externships?
Once students reach acceptable levels of proficiency, they are invited to schedule shadowing time with Cross Timbers Dental during normal business hours. You’ll have the opportunity to observe real dental assistants and practice what you’ve learned.
How much can dental assistants expect to make, on average?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook, median pay for dental assistants exceeds $35,000 per year. Employment opportunities in the field are expected to grow by 25% through 2020.
Is the state registration transferable to another state?
Each state has its own set of requirements. We recommend you check the requirements of the state in question before transferring.
How will your school help me with my job search?
While we are not a job placement agency, we do provide the names of our graduates to area dentists and specialists who are seeking new employees. We also offer free resume-writing assistance to help prepare you for your job search.
Is a dental assisting job a good job for a working mom?
Yes. Both full-time and part-time opportunities are available for working mothers.
Top 10 Reasons to Attend DFW Dental Assisting School:
1) Dental assisting professionals will always be in demand.
2) Dental assistants always learn new and exciting things.
3) Dental assistants enjoy respect as professionals.
4) Classes run on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
5) Our tuition includes all books and required classroom materials for your course.
6) Our courses are only 12 weeks long.
7) Our courses receive rave reviews from the students and the doctors who hire them.
8) We give you the tools you need to succeed in a fun, fast paced environment.
9) Our courses cost less (thousands of dollars less) than other courses in Texas.
10) It is time to invest in your own success!
Reach out to our office to learn more about our accelerated dental assisting program.
DFW Dental Assisting School’s goal is to make enrolling in our program and earning your credentials as easy as possible. Our program lasts only 12 weeks, making it a great choice for busy parents and students holding down full and part-time jobs. Stop by our school to schedule your private tour, or read on to learn more about upcoming dental assistant classes in our Flower Mound, Texas, location.
|Enrollment Begins||Enrollment Deadline||Course Start||Course End|
|December 13||January 4||January 9||March 29|
|March 13||April 2||April 10||June 28|
Three 12-week courses are available throughout the year. Enrollment begins four weeks prior to the beginning of that session, so be sure you’ve taken all the necessary steps beforehand:
2019 Class Schedule
2 courses a year, 24 days per term, 96 hours total, Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5:30-9:30 pm.
|Enroll as early as December 13th|
|Enrollment Deadline: January 4||Course Starts: January 8||Course Ends: April 2|
|Open House||December 19th||January 2rd|
|Enroll as early as March 13th|
|Enrollment Deadline: April 5||Course Starts: April 8||Course Ends: June 27|
|Open House||March 13th||March 27h|
Bad Weather Make up Day if needed
Dental assisting classes take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Flower Mound, Texas. Class begins promptly at 5:30 p.m. and ends at 9:30 p.m. 10-minute breaks are available intermittently throughout evenings. The school and office will be closed on all major holidays, including:
- New Year’s Eve
- New Year's Day
- Valentine's Day
- Labor Day
- Independence Day
- Memorial Day
- Christmas Eve
- Christmas Day
- Boxing Day