CDA Review Courses
Study for DANB’s Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) exam with four comprehensive review courses, all part of this discounted bundle.
To help you prepare for DANB’s Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) certification exam, we offer a discounted package containing all four courses that you’ll need to review for the three component exams of DANB’s CDA certification: General
Chairside Assisting (GC); Infection Control (ICE); and Radiation Health and Safety (RHS). Each course takes about 12 hours to complete and covers the topics you’ll be tested on during your CDA exams.
- DANB GC Review I and II helps you brush up on your chairside assisting knowledge. You get a full review of the principles and techniques behind four-handed dentistry, as well as in-depth patient scenarios that bring everything you
need to know to life.
- DANB ICE Review, the second course in the bundle, eliminates any blind spots you might have around infection control — from how diseases spread, to instrument prep, to the critical standards you need to follow.
- DANB RHS Review sharpens your knowledge of dental radiography and goes in-depth on a variety of topics, including how to operate radiographic exposure equipment, how to detect and fix common radiographic processing errors, and much
Each course is interactive and creatively designed to help you recall the materials on exam day and beyond. As you work through the course, you can track your progress with learner assessments, add your own notes, and click through to helpful resources giving more details. Our course experts have thought of everything to make this first step in your career a little bit easier.
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