An exciting and professional career awaits you!

Would you like the opportunity to work full - or part-time?
In a small private office or large corporate practice?

With a career in dental assisting, the choice can be yours. Our dental assistant certificate program will teach you how to work in general dentistry as well as in many specialty practices. As a dental assistant you may also choose to work in a public health settings, with a dental supply company, or a teaching institution. Our formal dental assistant training and credentials give you the advantage over the competition to compete for the best jobs. Florida Institute of Dental Assisting provides you with not only the “how,” but the “why” in a dental office setting.


A Student Must

• Possess a high school diploma or GED
• Meet with the administrator for a personal interview, and tour the facility
• Be 18 years of age or older
• Obtain a criminal background check
• Show proof of Hepatitis B vaccination or declare the intent to receive
• Show proof of current Tetanus vaccination
• Sign required registration form


Florida Institute of Dental Assisting reserves the right to change program start dates, tuition, or to cancel a program. Any changes will be made in accordance with the Florida Commission for Independent Education rules and regulations and students will be notified of changes. Students will abide by the rules and regulations of the school at the time of their enrollment. Currently enrolled students will not be affected by tuition increases.


Florida Institute of Dental Assisting does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

Criminal Record

Felony convictions may prevent a dental assistant from taking Dental Assisting National Board examinations and receiving your Florida Dental Radiography certificate, thus affecting your employment options. Students that have been convicted of a felony will be denied program admittance.