"What makes me smile? My family What did I like most? I liked that it was a hands on learning experience and that I was able to actually practice in an actual dental office setting using all of the dental materials and instruments. I really enjoyed the instructor's they were always very helpful and patient.
"My son's smile makes me smile. Not a tooth in site but when those eyes crinkle up and those dimples show it makes me smile no matter how I'm feeling. What I loved about Today's Dentist was the instructors. I knew they genuinely cared about me and wanted me to succeed." Dental Assisting School Student -
"The Today's Dental Assisting School gave me a great start to my career! I'm a very visual and hands-on learner and this program was perfect for me. I was able to learn from a textbook and then apply what I learned in a clinical setting! The instructors are very knowledgeable and fully invested in
"What makes me smile the most is seeing other people smile. What I loved about Today's Dentist, that's a hard one! There is nothing not to love about it! The instructors were amazing, and very caring, I loved the hands on learning, and going through the course made me very confident to work in a
"My kids make me smile. They are my happiness." What was your favorite part of dental assisting school? "I like it because I learned so much during a short period of time, also the class fit my busy schedule. The instructors are very knowledgeable and helpful. I really enjoyed the hands on class. This program
"What makes me smile is seeing other people happy, and well. What I loved about Today's Dentist is how passionate the teachers were about what they were teaching. It was always a warm welcome in the mornings and you could tell the teachers loved what they do each and everyday and wanted to teach others.
"One of the things that makes me smile is when I'm standing in line at a grocery store or somewhere and ahead of me is a baby either sitting in a shopping cart or peeking over a parents shoulder and he or she sends me a little smile or giggle. Reminds me there is still
"Being outdoors, bringing my children and animals together is what puts a smile on my face. There's something about sharing what I love with my children, that brings a joy that's hard to put into words. Seeing my children grow mentally and spiritually by getting dirty, breaking a sweat and connecting with earth is what