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What it takes to become a Dental Hygienist in Canada

What-it-takes-to-become-a-Dental-Hygienist-in-Canada

If you have a passion for oral health, a career as a dental hygienist is the thing for you. You will be responsible for preventing oral disease and promoting oral health in the community. You will work alongside dentists and other health-care professionals to sensitize the public and patients about dental oral health. Note that today’s patient not only expects …

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Canada’s Best Jobs in 2018: Dental Hygienist

Canada’s Best Jobs in 2018: Dental Hygienist

If you have a passion for dental hygiene but you do not want to endure the many years in dental school required for one to become a dentist or your grades do not allow you to be a dentist, consider a career as a dental hygienist. Dental hygienists in Canada make a good living and the profession has a low …

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7 Of the Most Common Dental Hygienist Interview Questions

7 Of The Most Common Dental Hygienist Interview Questions

So you have finished your dental hygienist studies and your good grades have secured you an interview. Good grades and attending top dental schools in Canada will not land you the job – you need to demonstrate to the interview panel that you are an all-round individual. Other than dental hygiene knowhow, the interviewers will also be testing your honesty, …

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6 Reasons to Consider a Career as a Dental Hygienist

6 Reasons To Consider A Career As A Dental Hygienist

The career path you choose will impact the rest of your life and you should, therefore, not make the decision lightly. If you want something rewarding, consider a career as a dental hygienist. Below are a few of the many reasons why you should pick this career path and join a dental hygienist school. 1.Job Security According to a 2015 …

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5 Benefits of a Career as a Dental Hygienist

5 Benefits Of A Career As A Dental Hygienist

The dental hygiene practice made its debut in North America in 1913 through Dr. AC. Fones, a Connecticut doctor who opened a dental hygiene school in his garage. The performance of the first class of 27 women exceeded expectations, leading to a 75% reduction in cavity rates among participating children. In Canada, Ontario was the first province to legally recognize …

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