Become a Dental Assistant in Maine

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The average dental assisting program is 3-7K and can take as long as 12 months to complete.

We launched our online version to help people save money, get people back to work, and start a new career faster.

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Ensuring Students Have the Training They Need to Become a Dental Assistant in Maine

Whether you’re thinking about starting a new career in the dental industry, or simply want to make a change in your current profession, you’ll want to know the state requirements to be a dental assistant in Maine. You can get a job as a Dental Assistant right away in Maine! It is recommended that you complete a Dental Assisting program since most offices don’t have the time to train you right off the street. Dental Assistants that obtain a certificate earn a higher salary as well! our dental assisting programs in Maine are designed to teach you everything you need to know to assist your dentist, pass your exams, and be on the way to your new career quickly!

What DANB exams are required in Maine?
  • RHS Exam (Radiation Health and Safety Exam)

    • Administered by the Dental Assisting National Board

    • This exam allows you to legally take x-rays in your office. You can become a dental assistant without having to get a radiography license, but you will need to complete the appropriate training and take and pass the exam.

  • Additional Requirements

    • Be at least 18 years of age, AND

    • Hold current CPR certification, AND

    • Hold a high school diploma or its equivalent, AND

    • Successfully complete an examination in dental radiologic technique and safety approved by the Board (Note: DANB’s Radiation Health and Safety exam meets this requirement)

    • Successfully complete, with a passing grade of 90 percent, the MBDP’s jurisprudence exam, AND

    • Apply and pay applicable fee to the MBDP.

Career Paths for Dental Assistants in Maine

Career paths as a dental assistant in Maine can be numerous, with many opportunities for advancement. As one of the fastest-growing industries, the dental field has a wide range of job opportunities. The position requires the individual to assist doctors and dentists in a range of settings. They are trained to prepare patients for their dental appointments and educate them about proper preventive care.

“A week after graduating I was working as a dental assistant.”

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  • 100% Online
  • National Median pay $18.59/hr
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  • No commute to school
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90 Day Dental Assistant Course FAQ

By reducing our overhead we were able to reach our goal to make our dental assisting program more accesible to those who are looking for a fast career change, save money and get back to work after COVID.
Our course covers the day-to-day functions and duties of being a dental assistant. You will learn from lecture videos featuring Dr. Fulcher and other highly experienced clinical instructors. Along with the lectures, there are supplemental videos of techniques and actual procedures such as sterilization, room set-up, taking x-rays, fillings, extractions, crowns, and more. You will also receive training on how to use Dentrix, the nation’s #1 dental software. By having online lectures, you can pause, rewind, and even rewatch lectures as needed.

Our online course is divided into 12 lectures, with each lecture consisting of video trainings, assigned textbook readings, a study guide, and a quiz. There are two exams: a midterm exam and a final exam. All assessments (both quizzes and exams) must be completed with a grade of 70% or higher. However, we offer unlimited reattempts on our assessments because we want you to succeed! All course content must be completed with a passing grade in order to complete the course. “>Watch the course in action!

We give you 12 months access to complete our program. Most students finish in 90 days, giving you plenty of time to complete the course at your pace. There are two convenient payment options, depending on your needs.

  • A one-time, pay-in-full option of $500
  • 2 monthly payments of $325

There are some things that you will need to purchase (or rent) on your own, not included in the tuition cost. These items are based on individual needs/sizes and therefore are the responsibility of the student. The items are as follows:

  1. The textbook that corresponds with the course. The textbook is titled Modern Dental Assisting, 11th Ed. by Bird Robinson. Paperback, hardcover, or digital is acceptable.
  2. Scrubs. If your externship is at a 90 Day Dental Assistant location, you will need to purchase a pair of plain black scrubs.
  3. Close-toed shoes.
The only requirement is that you must be at least 17 years of age to enroll in our program. You can enroll anytime by visiting You simply fill out your personal information along with your payment of choice through our website. Once we have successfully received your payment, you are enrolled and can start learning immediately!

Yes! While you are taking the online course, we highly recommend you complete 40 hours of a clinical experience externship to apply what you have learned from the course (though the externship is optional, not required). A clinical externship bridges the gap between the online coursework and working as a dental assistant. This externship can be completed at one of our dental office locations (located in Arizona), or at a dental office near you, per the dental office’s approval. See our How to Find an Externship page for more information.

We have courses which teach you about resume writing, interviewing skills, and overall how to land your job as a dental assistant. We know what dental offices want, and we coach you through the entire process to help you feel confident. Many of our students do so well at their externship sites that the externship converts into their first job. We can show you how!
Most of our students finish the program in 90 days, however, we allow you 12 months of unlimited access! The curriculum is completely self-paced and individualized to what is best for you. We designed the course with you in mind – it’s flexible and able to meet YOUR needs.

After all online coursework has been successfully completed and passed, you will receive a certificate of completion, recognizing your efforts in the program. This certificate can be presented to future employers as you are seeking work.

Dental assistants are currently in high demand and are essential to the dental field! Although we cannot guarantee employment, our graduated students have secured employment easily and quickly. We are here to help you with both your education needs and your career steps. And, if it’s a good fit, we love to hire our graduated students so keep that in mind
Each state has its own requirements which dental assistants must adhere to. State-by-state requirements for dental assisting can be found by going to Students are responsible for understanding and ensuring that they meet their state requirements.

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“I completed the online course in 3 weeks. I was working as a dental assistant just one week after graduation.”

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