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Taking Dental Hygiene to the Next Level

Dental hygiene can be a job or it can be a career. Do you enjoy your hygiene role or is there something missing? Are you in a job or a career?

Hygienists join the profession to help others and be a part of the healthcare community while earning a good income. During the day-to-day practice of dental hygiene, the hygienist often can’t find the joy that was once envisioned. Clinical hygiene may be perfect for some, but for others not so much. Join in this interactive program to examine options both in and out of clinical practice to achieve optimum potential career satisfaction and patient care benefits. Discussion of various products and technology to increase patient treatment and oral health education may be discussed.

Learning Objectives

•  Define mission statements
•  Discuss the roles of a dental hygienist
•  Examine the role of mentors and networks in professional relationships
•  Review products to assist the hygienists in patient treatment and education
•  Explain the role of the patient recare system and optimum times for recare scheduling
•  Evaluate and prepare alternatives to clinical dental hygiene practice

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