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WHAT WE PROVIDE

Thank you for your interest in The Core Foundation Dental Assisting and Dental Administration Training and Development Programs! Our programs will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary for success in the dental field. In addition to our training programs, we are also a specialty dental and surgical facility, with three separate companies in two locations. As a result, we are able to better provide our students with the critical skills and expanded clinical experience that is often lacking in more expensive educations.

The Core Foundation was developed to better prepare our graduates for achieving success in the dental field more quickly and with greater integrity upon program completion, thus raising the bar and truly setting the industry standard for exceptional dental assistants, front-office administrators and powerful human beings.

Importantly, our teachers and staff here at The Core Foundation offer more than just the certifications necessary to begin your new career. We are committed to creating a new realm of possibility for you in your daily life. We believe that learning how to live an empowered life, in addition to a comprehensive skill-based education, will create successful, positive, and valuable members of society. Our curriculum includes a three-day seminar that will assist you in: taking personal ownership and pride in your work; adding value to yourself and those around you; establishing personal relationships with patients; building confidence and creating positive outcomes in your life: look beyond the impossible and discover for yourself that anything is possible!

Curriculum

  • 2

    Chapter 1 & 2

    • Chapter 1 - Introduction to the Dental Profession

    • Chapter 2 - Psychology, Communication and Multicultural Interaction

    • Chapter 1 - Worksheet

    • Chapter 2 - Worksheet

    • Disc do's and don'ts, disc pie, dental assistant pledge

    • Chapters 1 & 2 - Quiz

  • 3

    Chapter 3

    • Chapter 3 - Ethics, Jurisprudence, and the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act

    • The ADAA Principles of Ethics and Professional Conduct

    • Chapter 3 - Quiz

  • 4

    Chapter 4

    • Chapter 4 - Oral Health and Preventative Techniques

    • Toothbrushing Technique

    • Chapter 4 worksheet - brushing & flossing techniques

    • Dental Flossing Instructions

  • 5

    Chapter 5

    • Chapter 5 - Nutrition

    • Chapter 5 - Nutrition Quiz

  • 6

    Chapter 6

    • Chapter 6 - General Anatomy and Physiology

    • 1. The Body Systems

    • 2. Planes of the Body Chart

    • 3. Major Organ Systems of the Human Body Chart

    • 4. Print & Label anatomy and physiology worksheet for your reference

    • Chapter 6 - General Anatomy Quiz

  • 7

    Chapter 7

    • Chapter 7 - Head and Neck Anatomy

    • The Human Skull Anatomy

    • Mandible

    • Maxillary Arch

    • Dental Arch drawing

    • Budding Stages of a Tooth

    • Disorders of the Teeth and Jaw

  • 8

    Chapter 8

    • Chapter 8 - Embryology and Histology

    • Dental Anatomy and Physiology

    • 2. Anterior Tooth and Surrounding Tissues

    • 3. Posterior Tooth and Surrounding Tissues

    • 4. Periodontium (gums)

    • 4. Periodontium (gums)

    • 5. Patient Periodontium

    • 6. Molar Tooth Anatomy

    • 7. Pulp

    • 8. Tooth Anatomy

    • 9. Crown Materials

    • Chapter 8 Embryology and Histology Diagram

    • Chapter 8: Embryology and Histology Pulp Quiz

  • 9

    Chapter 9

    • Chapter 9 - Tooth Morphology

    • 1. primary dentition

    • 2. Pediatric Arch

    • 3. Pediatric Anatomical Chart

    • 4. primary tooth chart

    • 5. Print & Label primary dentition for your reference

    • 6. Primary Vs Permanent Tooth Chart Eruption

    • 7. Stages of Eruption

    • 8. Permanent.Primary Dentition

    • 11. Second Molar #31

    • 12. Tooth Surfaces

    • bridges

    • Chapter 9 - Tooth Quiz

    • 10. Print & Label the correct tooth number and names according to the universal numbering system for your own reference

    • Teeth Anatomy

    • 9. International Tooth Chart

  • 10

    Chapter 10

    • Chapter 10 - Microbiology

    • Molar Occlusal Anatomy

    • Acidic - Alkaline

    • Chapter 10 - Pathogens Quiz

  • 11

    Chapters 11 & 12

    • Chapter 11 - Infection Control

    • Infection control diagram

    • Chapter 12 - Management of Hazardous Materials

    • Chapters 11 & 12 - Infection Control and Management of Hazardous Materials Quiz

  • 12

    Chapter 13

    • Chapter 13 - Preparation for Patient Care

    • Patient Care

    • Vitals

    • Vital Signs Flow Sheet & 12 steps to accurate measurements

    • Chapter 13 - Patient Care Quiz

  • 13

    Chapter 14

    • Chapter 14 - Dental Charting

    • Dental Charting

  • 14

    Chapter 15 & 16

    • Chapter 15& 16 - Pharmacology & Emergency management

    • Chapter 15 pharmacology handout

    • Chapter 16 - Emergency Management Handout

    • Chapters 15 & 16 - Pharmacology & Emergency Management Quiz

  • 15

    Chapter 17

    • Chapter 17 - Introduction to the Dental Office and Basic Chairside Assisting

  • 16

    Chapter 18

    • Chapter 18 - Basic Chairside Instruments and Tray Systems

    • Endo.Apicoectomy.TSU

    • Endo.RCT.TSU

    • Endo.RCT2.TSU

    • OMFS.MULTIPLE EXTAND ALVEIOPLASTY.TSU

    • Chapter 18 Instrument Transfering

    • Pic of Hand

    • Palm Grasp

    • Palm Thumb Grasp

    • Pen Grasp

    • Reverse Palm Thumb Grasp

    • Cutting Instrments

    • dental caries

  • 17

    Chapter 19

    • Chapter 19 - Instrument Transfer and Maintaining the Operating Field

    • Chapter 19 - Instrument Transfer and Maintaining the Operating Field Quiz

  • 18

    Chapter 20

    • Chapter 20 - Anesthesia and Sedation

    • mand. max. inject

    • Tray Set Ups

    • Maxillary & Mandibular Injection Block

    • Chapter 20 - Anesthesia & Sedation Quiz

  • 19

    Chapter 21-22 - 23

    • Chapter 21 - Introduction to Dental Radiography, Radiographic Equipment, and Safety Protection

    • Chapter 22 - Production and Evaluation of Dental Radiographs

    • Chapter 23 - Extraoral and Digital Radiography

    • Atom

    • Wave Lengths

    • Thermionic Emission

    • Thermionic Emission 2

    • Dental X-ray Tube

    • Dental X-Ray Tube (2)

    • Energy - Radiation comparisons

    • Types of Radiation

    • Dental X-ray Processor

    • Components of an x-ray film

    • Film Packet Drawing

    • Film Packet

    • Film Packet un-opened

    • X-ray Film Sizes

    • X-ray Dental Unit

    • Ceph Xray

    • Ceph Xray on Patient

    • Panoramic Equipment

    • Pano x-ray

    • Bitewing

    • Blurred Xray

    • Occlusal S-ray

    • Periapical Anteriors

    • Periapical Posteriors

    • Vital Signs Flow Sheet

    • Vital Signs by Age group

    • Vital Signs Pediatric

  • 20

    Chapter 24

    • Chapter 24 - Endodontics

    • Endodontic Procedure

  • 21

    Chapter 25

    • Chapter 25 - Cosmetic Dentistry and Teeth Whitening

    • Chapter 25 - Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

    • Chapter 25 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Quiz

  • 22

    Chapter 26

    • Chapter 26 - Dental Implants

  • 23

    Chapter 27

    • Chapter 27 - Oral Pathology

  • 24

    Chapter 28

    • Chapter 28 - Orthodontics

  • 25

    Chapter 29

    • Chapter 29 - Pediatric Dentistry

    • Chapter 29 Periodontal Charting

  • 26

    Chapter 30

    • Chapter 30 - Dental Sealants

  • 27

    Chapter 31

    • Chapter 31 - Periodontics

    • Chapter 31 - Periodontics

  • 28

    Chapter 32

    • Chapter 32 - Coronal Polish

  • 29

    Chapter 33

    • Chapter 33 - Fixed Prosthodontics and Gingival Retraction

    • Dental Cements Bases Liners and Varnish

    • Sealant Instruction

  • 30

    Chapter 34

    • Chapter 34 - Computerized Impression and Restorative Systems

    • Dental Clamps Guide

    • DENTAL DAM INSTRUCTION

    • Rubber Dam Equiptment

    • DENTAL PUNCH GUIDE

  • 31

    Chapter 35

    • Chapter 24-35 Instrument Test

  • 32

    Video Tutorials

    • Patient Routing Forms

    • Oral Surgery - Setup

    • Ordering Supplies - Tag System

    • Universal Precautions

    • Downtime

    • Preparing for the day & Huddle

    • Room Breakdown

    • Taking and Pouring Up Impressions

    • Crash Cart

    • Tray Setup - Fillings

    • Prep Room & Tray Setup

  • 34

    Final Exam Review

    • Review for Final Exam

  • 35

    2018 Dental Assistant Final Exam

    • 2018 Dental Assistant Final

Program Educational Objectives

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  • Academic and clinical proficiency in dental assisting

  • Oral/written communication & applied psychology

  • Assisting with restorative procedures and using materials

  • Knowledge of anatomy of the teeth, head & neck

  • Apply theory of radiation physics, biology and exposing diagnostic acceptable radiographs

  • Employable as an entry level dental assistant

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About the Owner

Virtual Coach & Trainer

Christie McCutchan

I am a savvy serial entrepreneur who started my first business, a dental clinic, at the age of 26 years old. My dental clinic has grown into 4 dynamic dental clinics spread across two locations, while creating and opening two other businesses; an educational center focused on training and development, as well as an ambulatory surgical center. I accomplished all of the aforementioned achievements with less than $2000 to start, zero capital, zero equipment, zero patients, and zero education, just a savvy attitude and a will to succeed. I am only one of a few, if any, solely female-owned, non-dentist dental practices, as well as a non-doctor owned ambulatory surgical center. I hunger for challenge and live for creation. I believe in living life audaciously and seizing the opportunities as they arise, and when they do not, going and creating my own.-One of my favorite aspects of being a business owner and CEO is being a person of influence and inspiration to those around me. I am passionate about coaching, training and developing the talented human beings I work with daily. It has become my daily mission in life to inspire everyone one I come into contact with, to encourage them to rise above their circumstances, and to have them see the brilliance within themselves