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    stuck with many choices in which to pick from and do. One of the most common is dental hygienist. Their job duties center around cleaning patients' teeth and giving instruction in proper dental hygiene. They can't make major decisions because they are under a licensed dentist. A dental hygienist needs at least an associate's degree to work in that career. An associate’s degree only takes two years. A dental hygienist need to have the the basic understanding of biology and chemistry, as…

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    Field Report: Dental Hygienist I always thought that I wanted to be a physical therapist just because after a knee injury I had to endure it for so long that it caught my interest. I wasn’t until after getting a tour of a campus and seeing their dental hygiene program that I knew PT wasn’t what I wanted to do anymore. Seeing all of that cool hands on experience you get to do and also seeing the exponential increase in pay my mind changed quickly. After that visit I changed my major to dental…

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    Benefits Of Being A Dental Hygienist

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    Getting a job out in the real world as a dental hygienist is not a problem right now because there is such a high demand for it. The factor that I see many hygienists look at is the pay. After doing a little research, I found out the Texas, California, Alaska, Nevada, and Arizona are some of the highest paying states in the dental hygienist field. The hourly average starting pay for a dental hygienist is $33. However, depending on where you work that hourly wage can go up or down. The yearly…

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    down the long hallway until you get to one of the rooms and sit in the chair. Then the dental hygienist comes into the room,the one who makes a well paying salary,.has a flexible working schedule and also the most friendly environment that you can possibly work in. They work hard the whole time until you can leave the room confidently with the smell of minty freshness following you wherever you go. Dental hygienists have a great well paying salary. Having a well paying salary in your job is…

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    I am in my first module of the dental hygiene program at Fortis Institute. I came to this school from Harrisburg Area Community College already knowing that I wanted to be a dental hygienist; I have taken numerous dental courses and assumed I knew exactly what I was headed for and how clinic would be, was I ever wrong! This essay will look at my experience in the dental clinic with what I have learned from the observation, how the experience has changed my view of the program, if the experience…

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    Twenty years from now, I hope to be working as a dental hygienist, living in my own home, and having my immediate family close to me. The career I have chosen as a dental hygienist will have been my ultimate dream. I know that to accomplish this goal, i need to graduate high school in order to attend a university where I can receive my bachelors degree in dental hygiene. My career will help me, help others in around my community. In my future, this will be very important to me as I want to be a…

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    Career in Dental Hygiene I used to hate those fluoride trays filled with that flavored foam that my dental hygienist used every time I went. She would ask what flavor I would like, and I knew it was coming. It is quite ironic that I plan to do that to kids like me one day. I am enthusiastic to be able to do that to other children, because I now realize that my dental hygienist was only helping me. Germanna Community College is the school I am choosing to chase my goal and achieve my Associate’s…

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    at. The career of being a Dental Hygienist was always something I was interested in because ever since my childhood, I have always liked the dentist and keeping up with my oral hygiene. Now after researching this career and finding out more information about the education, environment, and job outlook I am still very interested in becoming a Dental Hygienist. In addition to all of the research, education and training play a big role in becoming a dental hygienist. For schooling, tuitions…

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    Dental Hygienist: The Tooth Fairy “ Blessed are they who hold lively conversations with the helplessly mute, for they shall be called dentists.” - Ann Landers. While i was laying in a dental chair my dental hygienist kept asking me questions, obviously i couldn’t reply due to a drill that kept me from speaking. Anyone can be a dental hygienist, and by examining these topics there will be a clearer image of what it’s like to be a dental hygienist. There are some obstacles that this career…

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    my observations I witnessed many situations that I will encounter in my journey in becoming a dental hygienist and when I start practicing on my own after completing the program at West Coast University. Mainly from what experienced I learned that the patient is the most important thing when they sit down in your chair. The experience they have can shape their personal feelings about coming to a Dental office. How the appointment goes can either have a positive and negative outcome. Positive as…

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