Through the eyes of a dental assistant teacher

See what other educators are saying about our courses.

Reviews you can use

Sometimes the best information comes from people in similar situations. That is why each of our educator stories comes from an actual dental assistant teacher who has used our e-learning tools to advance their career and supplement their curriculum. These educators have taken full advantage of the flexibility our online education provides to both their students and their personal careers, while still maintaining the highest educational standards in their classrooms. Read each dental assistant teacher's story below and please share your stories with us by emailing

"I took the Conventional Dental Radiography Review course and the DANB RHS Review course because they were a great way for me to earn Continuing Dental Education (CDE) credits to renew my CDA Certification. I liked the fact that the courses were interactive; it wasn’t just reading words on a computer screen. You were encouraged to move the mouse and click on various pieces. I thought it was great. I like the option to earn CDE online. Of course, going to a seminar and seeing a really good speaker can be wonderful. But for those times when you can’t take eight hours out of your day, the convenience of an online course is great."

- Bonnie M., CDA, RDH, Dental Assisting Instructor, Bryn Mawr, PA

"I took the RHS Review course because it’s a good way to earn Continuing Dental Education (CDE) credits without having to travel to an in-person course. It’s so convenient to earn your credits at home without having to travel somewhere and take up a whole day. I also thought the course could help me with my teaching. I learned a lot, especially about the newer techniques available to take radiographs. I appreciated the ease of navigating the site and the ability to take notes that I can go back and reference."

- Sandra W., CDA, RDH, Dental Hygienist, Part-Time Instructor, Morganton, NC

"Our dental assisting program tries to give students a foundation so they have the basics to be able to go into the dental office. In the time that we have, it’s impossible to teach them everything they will ever need to know about dentistry. I’ve been working in dentistry for most of my life, and even I don’t know everything there is to know. Dentists don’t know everything. It’s impossible to know everything, so I always stress that once students leave the classroom, learning doesn’t stop. The value of lifelong education is priceless."

- Angela S., CDA, BS, Dental Assisting Instructor, Richmond, VA

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