Dental Assistant Cover Letter No Experience

Updated on June 16, 2019


Writing a cover letter for a dental assistant resume, when you have no prior experience in hand might be a difficult task for many job seekers.

If you don’t have relevant or paid work experience, you’ll still be capable of writing a compelling cover letter.


It can be done by emphasizing your dental assistant skills, abilities, and knowledge you’ve gained through school, training, honorary or part-time experience, internship, or voluntary positions.

An entry-level Dental Assistant Cover Letter needs to be short (no longer than one page). So you’ll need to write just one or two paragraphs that portray your key selling points.

List your skills and abilities in bullet form to make them easy to read.




Take help from the following Dental Assistant Cover Letter template to prepare your job application.


See also: Dental Assistant Resume No Experience


Entry Level Dental Assistant Cover Letter No Experience


Sara Chris

June 16, 2019

Ms. Anna Johnson
Human Resources Manager
Aspen Dental
45 Some Street
Oak Creek, WI 54125


Dear Ms. Johnson:

I am very interested in the position of Dental Assistant currently available at the Aspen Dental, as advertised in the Weekly Times. With great chairside knowledge, exceptional attention to detail and superb clerical skills, I can perform very well in a busy dental facility.

Per your requirements, I have a range of customer service, dental assisting, and secretarial skills to match your position of Dental Assistant, including:

• Demonstrated ability to complete assigned tasks speedily and professionally.

• Working knowledge of x-rays, infection control procedures, sterilizing instruments, and equipment.

• Familiar with reception, filing, mail management, typing, maintaining schedules, booking appointments, and diary management.

• Adept at using Microsoft Word and Excel.

• Committed to learning new tasks quickly with confidence and ease.

Utilizing the qualifications mentioned above, I feel confident that I will be able to promote the positive image of your clinic.

Enclosed is my resume for your review. I believe I am the right candidate for the dental assistant role and look forward to meeting with you to discuss this position further. I will contact you next week to confirm the receipt of my application, and arrange an interview date and time.

Thank you for your time and consideration.



Sara Chris


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