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Rubber Dam Technique

Our program here at Practical Dental Assisting of Oregon is mostly hands-on.  Our students study anywhere from 6-10 hours a week at home, and when they come to class they actually do the things they've learned all day.  The profession is mostly a hands-on one, that's why we focus so much on it.

This week the students have been learning how to assemble and place a Rubber Dam, an isolation technique still commonly used in dentistry. 

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