1350 Spring St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
Jan 19 – Mar 9
Apr 6– May 6
July 13 – Aug 31
Sept 28– Nov 16
Orthodontic Assistant Training Course Format
We conduct our orthodontic assistant training courses in a practicing orthodontic office in Duluth, Georgia. You must be a high school graduate with a GPA of 2.0 or higher to enroll for our orthodontic assistant training program.
Apply for OASA's orthodontic assistant course today!
OASA is licensed by the Georgia Commission of Nonpublic Post-Secondary Education.
Class Size and Length
- 64 hours of instruction, including:
- Orthodontic Procedures and Instrumentation
- Radiology Training and Equipment Usage
- Dental Terminology
- Sterilization Techniques
- Laboratory Procedures
- Front Office Training
- Student Curriculum
- Clinical Materials
- CPR Certification
- OSHA Training
- Clinical Observation
- Graduate Certificate
In order to give better one-on-one attention, we limit the number of
students accepted per session. However, the class size is
ultimately dependent upon the number of applicants and the time of
year. Our courses last for eight weeks with classroom instruction one
day (Saturday) each week. It is important to set aside time for
studying at home throughout the course.
Please call for further details.
Tuition does include all necessary suplies, instruments, and study materials. A deposit of $400 is required to reserver your spot and the remaining balance is due 1 week prior to the first class.
Includes all necessary supplies, instruments, and study materials. A deposit of $400 is required to reserve your spot and the remaining balance is due 4 weeks prior to the first class.
Introduction and Welcome Breakfast (meet your instructors)
Anatomy and Terminology
Equipment and Office Familiarization
Study Models and Wax Bites
Pouring and Trimming Models
Sterilization and Infection Control
Instrumentation - Part I
Records and Photography
Prophy (Teeth Polishing)
Archwire Removal and Placement
Radiation Hygiene for Dental Assistants - Part I
Instrumentation - Part II
Bonding Orthodontic Appliances
Radiation Hygiene for Dental Assistants - Part II
Radiation Hygiene for Dental Assistants - Part III
Fixed and Removable Appliances
OASA Final Exam
Professionalism and the Orthodontic Team