Signs You’re Working With A Good Dental Hygienist

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What do you think makes for a good dental hygienist? If you’re a dentist looking to partner with a dental hygienist, how will you know … The post Signs You’re Working With A Good Dental Hygienist appeared first on Oral Health Group.

CDHA and Dental Industry Partner for Success

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As the focus shifts from oral health month (April) to a new membership year and a first-ever virtual conference, the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association (CDHA) continues to foster meaningful partnerships with dental industry.

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Expanding Dental Therapy Education Programs

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

1 One solution that has gained momentum over the past decade is the expansion of the oral health workforce through the addition of a new member: the dental therapist (DT). 2 The first three cohorts of DTs to practice in the US completed training in New Zealand.

To Louisville and Back

Queen of Dental Hygiene

I so enjoyed my fabulous trip to Louisville, Kentucky to attend the American Dental Hygiene Association’s annual conference. I attended many interesting and educational continuing education courses and had lots of fun after hours meeting interesting dental hygienists. For me, I am looking at how I can make a positive difference in the world of dental hygiene. Dental Hygienists: if you don’t already- get yourself some loups and a light.

Furthering Dental Therapy Through Education

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

One solution that has gained momentum over the past decade is the expansion of the oral health workforce through the addition of a new member: the dental therapist (DT). The first three cohorts of DTs to practice in the US completed training in New Zealand.