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NDAEB Written Exam


Duration: 2 Weeks

Tuition: $950 CAD

Location: Online


NDAEB Written Exam


3-hour sessions every 2 days


Study material to review


1 Full Mock Exam

Mastering the intricacies of the NDAEB board exam demands a meticulous and disciplined study approach. Recognizing this, our course is meticulously crafted to navigate the complexities of the Dental Assisting field, ensuring you’re not just prepared, but excel in the examination.

Our strategy revolves around decomposing subjects into focused modules, enabling deep dives into each topic. This approach, honed over years of specialized teaching, aligns perfectly with the demands of both the NDEAB board exam and practical dentistry.

We stay ahead of the curve, regularly updating our course content to reflect the latest exam patterns and trends. Our curriculum is continually adapted to the evolving landscape of dental assisting examinations.

Engaging in our course means participating in intensive practice sessions designed to sharpen your understanding. At the end of the course you will recive a mock exam, recognized as some of the most comprehensive available, preparing you not just for the exam but for a flourishing career in dentistry.

Our goal is to equip you with the knowledge and confidence to achieve a high score on the NDAEB board exam.

What Does the Course Include?

PAN Dental Assistant

The course including the following features:

  • 3-hour sessions every 2 days, each session covering 2 topics
  • Study material to review
  • 1 mock exam in the final week
  • Question Bank Access

Topics Covered

  • Dentistry and the law: Detail the procedures for managing patient records and provide guidelines for effective charting, Explain the dynamics of the dentist-patient relationship, Explain the role of dental professionals in reporting abuse and neglect of patients, Explain the role of HIPAA in dentistry.
  • Sciences in Dentistry: Explain General Anatomy, General Physiology, Head and Neck Anatomy, Landmarks of the Face and Oral Cavity, Overview of the Dentitions, Tooth Morphology.
  • Oral Health and Prevention of Dental Disease: Dental Caries, Periodontal Diseases, Preventive Dentistry, Nutrition, Oral Pathology.
  • Infection Control and Occupational health and safety: Microbiology, Disease Transmission and Infection Prevention, Principles and Techniques of Disinfection, Principles and Techniques of Instrument Processing and Sterilization, Chemical and Waste Management, Dental Unit Waterlines.
  • Patient Information and Assessment: The Patient’s Dental Record, Vital Signs, Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, The Special Needs and Medically Compromised Patient, Principles of Pharmacology, Assisting in a Medical Emergency.
  • Clinical Dentistry: Dental Hand Instruments, Dental Handpieces and Accessories, Moisture Control, Anesthesia and Pain Control.
  • Radiographic Imagining: Foundations of Radiography, Radiographic Equipment, and Radiation Safety, Digital Imaging, Dental Film, and Processing Radiographs, Intraoral Imaging, Extraoral Imaging.
  • Dental Material: Restorative and Esthetic Dental Materials Dental Liners, Bases, and Bonding Systems, Dental Cements, Impression Materials and Techniques, Laboratory Materials.
  • Prosthodontics: types of indirect restorations, which include inlays, onlays, veneers, and full crowns, fixed bridge, Removable Prosthodontics, provisional coverage, Dental implant.
  • Pedodontics, endodontic, periodontic: cause and symptoms of pulpal damage, diagnostic testing for endodontic diagnosis. Instruments accessories and material used in endodontics, hand scaling and ultrasonic scaling, Early signs of periodontal disease, preventive dentistry in pediatrics, pediatric dental trauma and their treatments, suspected child abuse and neglect.
  • Surgery and orthodontic: specialized instruments used for basic surgical procedures, surgical procedures performed in a general practice suture application and suture removal, postoperative care, types of malocclusions, records used to assess orthodontic problems and prepare treatment plans.
  • Matrix System, Selent, polishing matrix systems for class II, III, and IV restorations. matrices used for anterior restorations, use of a wedge, difference between prophylaxis and coronal polishing, types of stains, ways that dental sealants prevent the development of caries.
  • Describe indications and contraindications for dental sealants.

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2024 Cycle 1

NDAEB Written Exam

May 6 - May 16, 2024

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Course Fee

$950 CAD + HST

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