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Students Graduate From Brewer Dental

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

It was a first for Brewer Dental Center Saturday.

Fifteen students graduated from an 8-week dental assistant program. Nine of those passed their radiology tests, so they can perform X-rays anywhere in the U.S. Graduates said it was hard work, and they learned a lot in a short amount of time. "I definitely learned a lot from reading the book and having the dentist show us and do hands-on work with us. They did a great job explaining everything to us while they were performing. It was awesome," Tymber Gali said.

The second class for Brewer Dental Center starts September 10th. The cost is nearly $6,000 to attend. For more information you can contact Dr. Wilde at 406-656-6100.

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