Pros And Cons Of Being A Dental Hygienist

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The required courses to become a dental hygienist is Human Anatomy, Physiology I, Physiology II, and Microbiology. Dental hygienist typically need an associate’s degree in dental hygiene. A few colleges that offer this degree are, University of Southern California, University of Michigan, and Ohio State University. A pro of being a dental hygienist is how much they get payed. Dental hygienist earn an average wage of $33.31 per hour and annual income $69,730. Someone can easily live off of that. Dental hygienist provide clinical services in a variety of settling such as private dental practice, community health settings, nursing homes, hospitals, prisons, schools, faculty practice clinics, state and federal government facilities and Indian

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