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MOD 1 Dental Team


Green Vardiman Black Known as the "grand old man of dentistry."
Josiah Foster Flagg Invented the dental chair.
Hippocrates Is known as "the father of modern medicine."
Barbers They were some of the first early American Dentists.
Juliette Southard Founded the ADAA on March 17,1925 in Illinois.
ADA Also known as the American Dental Association was formed by 26 Dentists.
Professionalism It is important for the DA to look and act proper to form a good impression in front of the patient.
DANB Established in 1948, it is the acronym for Dental Assisting National Board.
First Impression The way you greet a person and begin conversation sets the tone for the entire visit.
Infection Control Coordinator Prevents infectious diseases from being spread or transmitted to anyone in the dental office.
CDA's/Certified Dental Assistants Must complete at least 2 months of formal education or training.
Created by: mgarrett