The dental assistant is an occupational therapy assistant who helps people manage their own health issues.
A dentist assistant typically works in a health care facility.
They’re a kind of physician assistant and nurse assistant that can help with basic health care and also get people into a more intensive care unit.
Dental assistants are needed for many reasons, including:•To keep patients out of the emergency room.•To assist with routine tasks like brushing teeth and making sure patients are taking their medications.•For people who are sick and have trouble swallowing, or are unable to walk or talk.•The ability to administer medication and take it orally.•Provide general dental care, like filling out forms, and make sure patients have access to the dentists office.•Make sure that patients get a good quality of care.
Some jobs, like dentists assistants, are considered essential, meaning they must be available 24 hours a day.
In some areas, dental assistants may also be called dental assistants.
The salary range for dental assistants is $7.25 to $12.25 per hour.
There are no minimum wages for dental aides, which is why many dental assistants earn more than $100,000 a year.
The American Dental Association has a list of the top 50 highest paid occupations in the U.S. and it lists dental assistants as number one.
They earn more in wages than dental assistants who work in other areas.
Dental assistants also earn more when they are paid on a per-hour basis, according to a report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers.