ABBA Dental Assisting School

Our curriculum was designed by dentists and dental assistants.
It is proven to give our students everything they need to succeed in this quickly-growing field.

Our classes fill up quickly so don't wait!

Get your new career started today!

If you’re looking to join dental career and wanting to starting working soon, join our program.

ABBA Dental Assisting School of Chicago is designed for those who want: 

 

  • Immediate enrollment 
  • Short schooling time: 8-10 sessions program
  • Affordable, flexible tuition payment plan 
  • Practical training - emphasis on clinical performance 
  • Real clinical setting - working on real patients
  • Small class size - up to 5 students per class
  • Individualized course design - customized to student learning ability
  • Flexible school days and hours 
  • ADASC graduation certificate 
  • Advance courses available for those qualified
  • Placement of Internship available 
  • Convenient, multiple locations in Chicagoland.
 

 

Call us at 773-837-6176 for more details

Cornerstone Dental Care

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Cornerstone Dental Care

5324 N Elston Ave

Chicago IL 60630

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Phone: 773-584-1622

Rapha Dental Care

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Rapha Dental Care

2913 N Narragansett Ave

Chicago IL 60634

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Phone: 773-584-1622

Nissi Dental Care

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Nissi Dental Care

5918 W Higgins Ave,

Chicago IL 60630

Phone: 773-584-1622

Dental Emergency

Your child is probably going to have a dental emergency at some point, as most children do. In the case of  a dental emergency, stay calm and follow the instructions below.

 

Baby Tooth is Knocked Out

Contact your dentist as soon as possible. Do not ignore the situation, or attempt to replant the tooth, because the severity of the situation may cause damage to the development of the permanent tooth.

 

Permanent Tooth is Knocked Out

Find the tooth and handle it by the crown and not the root of the tooth. You may rinse the tooth with water but DO NOT clean with soap or handle the tooth unnecessarily by scrubbing. Inspect the tooth for fractures. If  possible, try to insert the tooth back into the socket and have the patient hold the tooth in place by biting on a piece of gauze or a wash cloth. If you cannot insert the tooth, transport the tooth in a cup containing the patient’s own saliva or cold milk. The patient must see a dentist IMMEDIATELY! Time is a critical factor for the survival of the tooth.

 

A Tooth is Chipped or Fracture

Contact your dentist immediately. Rinse the mouth out with water. If the lip is injured, apply an ice pack to the area. 

 

Severe Blow to the Head or Jaw Fracture

Immediately go to the emergency room of your local hospital. This can be life-threatening.

 

Toothache

Call your dentist as soon as possible.  If needed, use over-the-counter children's pain medication. Dosage is based on your child's weight and age, for further assistance on medication, ask your local pharmacist. You may apply an ice pack to the face in the area of pain. Do not apply a heat compress or aspirin on the sore area.

 

Information provided by AAPD.org