If remediation is necessary, whether it is a first or second exam, all remediation attempts must be completed within two years of the original course date.
Auxiliaries will have one hour per restoration to complete the remediation.
After the remediation exam is completed, the auxiliary’s typodont will be turned in to the exam proctor. The typodont will again be sent by mail to three individual graders. Once the typodonts are received back at the MDA office, tallying of the results will begin. Once results are determined, the auxiliary will receive the graded typodont back and be notified of the results.
Based on the grading results of the FIRST REMEDIATION EXAM, the following will happen:
Based on the grading results of the SECOND REMEDIATION EXAM, the following will happen:
Remediation Exam Dates
following dates are open for remediation exams:
A registration form must be completed and payment received before a remediation is scheduled for an auxiliary. Spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis and there is a maximum number that can be accepted during each exam date given.
Remediation exams are held in a dental office in Jefferson City. Exams may begin as early as 9am for some auxiliaries and will be scheduled based on how many restorations need to completed. Approximately one week prior to the exam, an email will be sent regarding the exam start time and address/location details.
Total fees are calculated based on the number of restorations an auxiliary needs to remediate. The cost per restoration/prep is $125.