What does a Dental Hygienist IV do?
Dental hygienists are responsible for providing oral care to patients through examination, teeth cleaning, and other preventative dental services. Dental hygienists work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, public health clinics, private dental offices, and dental schools.
Dental hygienists must have an associate's degree in dental hygiene from an accredited school. Additionally, dental hygienists must become licensed by becoming a Registered Dental Hygienist (RDH). Requirements vary by state, but it is common to require the following to become an RDH: completion of an accredited dental hygienist program, certification in CPR, passing of a national exam, and passing of a state clinical exam.
Dental Hygienist IV Career Path
Learn how to become a Dental Hygienist IV, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.
Dental Hygienist IV Insights
“We have the best staff that is knowledgeable and that go above and beyond for our patients.”
“Great Doctor and staff to work with.”
“Having the ability and support to grow in your career as well as focusing on your own self mastery.”
“I get to go to the best CE classes and learn the most advanced techniques.”
“Learning opportunity and good starting for career”
“Management is terrible and do nothing”
“Great work and life balance”
“And good pay.”
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