Dental Health Education

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Looking to start or grow your career in the dental field? You’re not alone. The industry is continuously growing, with an estimated 65,000 more dental assistants needed by 2026. Dental assistants play a significant role as a member of the dental health care team, increasing the efficiency of the dentist in a number of ways. They provide patient care, take x-rays, assist with dental procedures, and handle other routine tasks.

Dental Health Education Courses

Integrated Community Dental Assisting

Do you have good manual dexterity?  Are you a good communicator with a wide range of people – toddlers through elderly?  Can you multi-task?  Are you good at organization?  Are you a team player?  Do you care that the workplace you are in is safe for clients and colleagues?

Then, Dental Assisting may be the exciting and rewarding career for you. The Integrated Community Dental Assisting Application is due March 1, 2019. Contact us to RSVP to the next information session.

Oregon Oral Radiology Proficiency Certification Preparation

The Oregon Oral Radiology course is for dental assistants and those with dental office experience who want to become certified in Oregon. Learn hands on skills and prepare for the Oregon RHS exam, with our combined online didactic learning, and clinical hands-on lab days during the weekends.

Dental Restorative – 64 hours

Do you want a more competitive edge in the dental industry? This 64-hour course is for Oregon-licensed dental hygienists and dental assistants certified in expanded functions. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the WREB examination for State Certification in Restorative Dental Practices. Our program is approved by the Oregon Board of Dentistry and meets all requirements for restorative functions practices.

Upcoming Course Schedule

Don’t see the course you want? Contact us for more information.


Register Today

Find the CRN of your course from the class schedule. Then, register:

  • Online: If this is your first time taking a class at PCC, create an account. If you are a returning student, log on to MyPCC and click “Register for classes,” found in your Term-to-Term Checklist, under “Register”.
  • Phone: Call 971-722-8888, option 2.

Need help? Get detailed information on how to register and how to pay.


Contact Stacy Bone about Dental Health Education courses.