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Founded in 1985 by the Yasuda family in Visalia, California, Milan Institute is proud to be a family-owned and operated institution carrying on the legacy of intergenerational ownership. The Milan Institute school group has over 35,000 graduates and for 35 years has delivered career-training opportunities.
Milan Institute is dedicated to student outcomes. The focus is on the student and supporting student success. Milan Institute's primary objective is to provide the education, training, and job placement assistance that you will need to succeed in your new field. Our core values of Service, Integrity, Growth, Ownership, and Communication guide how Milan's faculty and staff accomplish our mission.
Top Reasons Career Seekers Choose Milan Institute
Our instructors are professionals in their respective fields, bringing industry insight right to the classroom. In addition, our instructors bring the relevant, on-the-job experience you can't get in any textbook.
The support you receive from Milan Institute doesn't stop at graduation. We offer career services assistance to give you a jump-start in your new career exploration. Our success is a working graduate.
We are authorized to offer various financial aid programs for those who qualify. An educational finance advisor will walk you through the process and explain your options.
Milan Institute and Milan Institute of Cosmetology are Nationally Accredited institutions.
Milan Institute Mission Statement
The mission of Milan Institute is to meet the needs of students and employers by offering quality, short-term educational programs in career fields with solid growth potential.
**All programs are not offered at all campuses**
Dental Assistants perform a variety of duties in a dental office. They may schedule and confirm appointments in the front office, welcome patients to the office, send bills, process payments, and inventory supplies. Dental Assistants also assist the dentist during the examination and treatment of patients by handing required instruments to the dentist and using the suction or other instruments to keep the patient's mouth clear. Dental Assistants also prepare instrument trays and assist patients with dental health care. In addition, some Dental Assistants will make dental impressions, remove sutures, and apply anesthetics to the gingiva (gums) and cavity preventatives to teeth. Dental Assistants must be reliable, work well with others, and have good manual dexterity.
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