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From The CriticsReviewer: Vera Ann Smith, CDA (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: This book serves as an adjunct to regular dental science course work, extracting fundamental key concepts from reading assignments and class notes.
Purpose: The intention is to help students and dental assistants prepare for the Dental Assistant National Board Certification examinations. These are worthy objectives, although there are numerous preparation review books published. This book contains 238 pages of clear, concise, and descriptive material, meeting the objectives.
Audience: This book is written primarily for the student and dental assistant, according to the author and in my judgment, for anyone needing a refresher course. The author is a registered dental hygienist working in the field of dental hygiene education.
Features: The book is divided into 10 chapters and covers briefly the six specialties on the DNAB examinations. This book focuses on the exam-related materials giving brief outline of the study and exam preparation for the test. There are five key features in this book that will aid the student in studying: key terms, illustrations, summary boxes, glossary, and review questions.
Assessment: This is a helpful book and should be in the library and bookstore.