Having a recession-proof job can be quite a boon in these days of economic uncertainty. The allied healthcare professions have proven to be some of of the most stable jobs out there. Dental assisting, in particular, is not just a stable field, but is one of the most rapidly growing professions in the U.S. Dental assistants are becoming an increasingly more important part of a dental practice. These versatile individuals are responsible for a variety of things: front office duties, billing, chairside assisting, x-rays, preparation of materials for procedures, and the list goes on. Dentists are becoming more reliant on dental assistants to keep the practice flowing smoothly, deal with patients in a friendly and professional manner, and be an extra pair of hands, when needed. If you’re looking to jump into a new career that provides stability as well as opportunities to get ahead, dental assisting might be the right choice for you. Dental assisting can be a stimulating, rewarding career, with skills that can translate into lucrative opportunities, and even a flexible schedule.
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