What Dental Hygienists Do
As a dental hygienist, you are an expert in the field of periodontology. The tasks of dental hygienists include the professional therapy of diseases of the periodontium as well as the gums. However, imparting knowledge to patients about dental and oral health is also part of your expertise, as is the associated nutritional counseling.
How To Become A Dental Hygienists
- completed training as a dental hygienist
- at least one year of work experience as a dental assistant
- knowledge of X-rays or updating of X-ray knowledge
- knowledge of emergency procedures
- This is part of the curriculum of the advanced training
- Survey of findings with a focus on prevention and periodontology
- Allocation of repeat appointments depending on individual risks
- Success-oriented patient management (also about business management)
- Accompanying and maintenance therapy within the framework of periodontology
What salary do Dental Hygienists receive?
After completing advanced training as a dental hygienist, trained dental assistants can expect a salary increase. The salaries paid by Dental Clinic to its employees are consistently above average.
How long does it take to become a dental hygienist?
If you have decided to pursue advanced training as a dental hygienist, you can either complete it within half a year full-time, but also within 13 months alongside your job.
What does advanced training as a dental hygienist cost?
There are varying costs for this advanced training, but for dental hygienists at Dental Clinic, these costs are covered by us.
Jobs for dental hygienists
Not all jobs are the same – to be satisfied with your work, you and your future employer should be as good a match as possible. We are convinced that good work should be fun at the same time. At Dental Clinic, we rely on a great deal of team spirit, open communication, and professional development. You too can benefit from this in the future.