Dental Infection Control Certification

Proper infection control is important to the health of the patient and dental professional. People’s lives are at risk with poor infection control standards.

Anonymous respondent

From dental infection control survey conducted December 2016

Dental Infection Control Certification to Elevate Yourself and the Practice

Earning professional certification is a way to demonstrate your competence in dental infection control and your commitment to dental safety. Be among the first to earn one or both of these next-level, game-changing dental infection control certifications! Take the next step to prove that you know how to successfully deliver infection control that meets rigorous standards.

Learn more about specific benefits of earning and maintaining:

  1. OSAP-DANB Certified in Dental Infection Prevention and Control (CDIPC) certification
  2. OSAP-DANB Dental Industry Specialist in Infection Prevention and Control (DISIPC) certification

Why get certified?

The OSAP-DANB certification programs in infection control can help you demonstrate your commitment to patient and provider safety. Becoming certified in dental infection control can advance both your career and the safety of the patients you serve. This is the country’s only infection control certification specifically developed for dentistry.

  • Set yourself apart
  • Increase your confidence
  • Advance your career
  • Enhance patient safety
  • Get more satisfaction from your job
  • Demonstrate complete compliance with regulations

Which certification is right for you?

You may wish to earn one or both certifications, depending on your education, experience and career goals. If you have background and experience in both of these areas, you may wish to pursue both certifications. 

Dental Team Certification

The CDIPC certification is more clinically focused and is intended for dental team members, educators, consultants and supervisors.

Dental Trade Certification

The DISIPC certification is intended for sales representatives, and other professionals who work for the companies that manufacture or distribute dental infection control products, dental practice managers, state regulatory board inspectors or investigators, and anyone else who meets the eligibility requirements.