We Prepare Dental Assistants to be the Patient Safety Expert Their Dentists and Patients Need Them to Be

Join the best Dental Assistants nationwide who are getting expertly prepared by AAFDO to protect both their patients and their dental practice during medical emergencies

“Busy dental offices see thousands of patients each year and keeping those visits safe for everyone is essential. Dental assistants are on the front lines of keeping both patients and providers safe.”

 

Value of Dental Assistants to the Dental Practice

a report commissioned by the DALE Foundation, the official affiliate of the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB)

How AAFDO prepares Dental Assistants
For their role as the office patient safety experts

STEP 1:

Accept Your Role

 

Understand that when it comes to patient safety and readiness, you are the critical link.  If you’re prepared, then the office is prepared.

STEP 2:

Download the Free Resource: The Six Links of Survival

 

This free resource is an easy-to-follow overview of the critical safety skills you must have to become the patient safety expert for your office.

STEP 3:

Develop Competency in all Six Links of Survival 

 

AAFDO offers the courses, training, and safety tools you need to become a patient safety expert.

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How You Benefit
  • You become the central figure in your office's emergency preparedness program
     

  • Your professional stature will correspondingly be enhanced
     

  • Job security and mobility will improve
     

  • Compensation should climb
     

  • Your pride in making a significant contribution to the dental profession will grow

Begin your journey now by downloading ”The Six Links to Survival”
“Unfortunately, I learned the hard way that a medical emergency can in fact happen in my office to one of my patients. I wish I had already read the “Six Links of Survival” and gotten prepared correctly. In the middle of the emergency I realized that I needed to be the traffic cop in all of the frantic activity. I wasn’t ready for it. Don’t make the same mistake I made. Get ready now.

Janice R.

Boise, ID

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