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> A Dental Hygienist Career Could Be A Great Move, About Career as Dental Hygienist
Sunita
post Dec 29 2010, 07:06 PM
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If someone is looking for a great career and enjoys dealing with the public then they may wish to become a hygienist. Hygienists are highly qualified dental professionals who may have gone through a training period of between two or six years. It is possible to get a masters degree in this field. A dental hygienist career could be a great move.

The training will involve classes on chemistry, pharmacology, nutrition, periodontal disease and anatomy. It will also include microbiology, sociology and of course clinical dental hygiene. Hygienists may also learn about laboratory techniques and will do clinical training.

The hygienist is most likely to work in an office and will report directly to the dentist. Their main duties will be teeth cleaning and educating the public on the importance of oral hygiene. They are important members of the team for detecting periodontal diseases and in helping to prevent gum diseases.

they professionally clean teeth by removing all the plaque and tartar from them and will polish them removing some stains. If patients have any signs of gum disease they will work at treatment plan for them and also a prevention plan. They are also trained to examine the neck and mouth which will pick up any signs of other diseases such as oral cancer.

This truly is a job with great potential as people are becoming more and more aware of the importance of oral hygiene. Hygienists take on part of the job that used to be done by dentists which enables dentists to do more profitable procedures such as cosmetic dentistry. Anyone doing this training should have no problem getting a job as there are more vacancies then people to fill them.

It is a job with high job satisfaction that offers great working conditions.The offices are always hygienic and clean and well appointed. Many will enjoy flexible working hours or the opportunity to work part-time. Some may choose to work in more than one dental office.

Anyone choosing this career should really enjoy dealing with the public and should be able to cope with nervous patients. Many people do not enjoy going to the dentist and this nervousness could extend to the hygienist. They also need to have a certain amount of dexterity in their hands and a great deal of steadiness. This is because they need to be able to manipulate tools in a very confined space.

It is a job that is mainly done by women but there is no reason why men should not become hygienists. It is a job that pays a good salary and may enable people to work in different states or different parts of the world should they choose to do so. Anyone wishing to pursue a dental hygienist career may wish to contact their local colleges to find out about the programs offered. They may also want to talk to local dental offices to find out about job opportunities locally. This is supposed to be a career where job opportunities will only increase over the next few years so it would appear to be very worthwhile spending the time and money training.

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post Dec 29 2010, 07:29 PM
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lolzzzzzzzzz,, great advertisement,,, i want to be one.... tongue.gif
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