provides a unique opportunity to positively impact the oral health of every person
that comes into the dentist’s office.
- The U.S. News &
World Report listed Dental Hygienist as the #17 profession in its “100 Best Jobs” list in 2018.
- The U.S. Bureau of Labor
Statistics projects that employment of dental hygienists will grow
nearly 20% by 2026.
- Dental Hygienists make yearly salaries of about $72,910 according to U.S. News & World Report.
People choose to become dental hygienists because they can:
- Help their patients lead
- Provide service to
- Enjoy a flexible
- Educate patients about the
importance of oral health.
- Earn a competitive salary with
an Associate degree.
- Continually advance their
careers by getting their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in dental