Dental Hygienist Schools in Maryland (MD)

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Maryland Dental Hygienist Schools

Most dental hygiene schools in Maryland take around two years to complete, and can be done through a traditional classroom setting or through distance learning. Included in the curriculum are hands-on labs that give each student a real-world educational experience. Most dental hygienist schools in Maryland offer their graduates a chance to take the licensure test during the final phase of the program. If you pass you are eligible to get out into the field immediately after graduation.

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Dental Hygienist Schools in Maryland (MD)

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About Dental Hygienist Jobs in Maryland

Dental hygienists play a vital role in the field of dentistry. Their work in a dental office includes providing preventive care to patients such as routine teeth cleaning, taking x-rays and taking impressions of teeth to ensure the proper fitting of crowns, dentures and or bridges. They are the professionals a patient sees after the dentist has determined what work needs to be done. They work behind the scenes of the office giving patients a truly authentic dental experience. In order to do that dental hygienist must be licensed before they are able to work in a dental office which means they have to seek the appropriate education and training. An associate’s degree from an accredited college or University is acceptable to begin working in the field. Most colleges help students register to take the licensure test.

Salary

Dental Hygienist in the state of Maryland can expect to earn between $55,000 to $73,380 dollars a year. The amount earned each year depends on your level of education and the number of years you have already worked in the field. Those with more experience will be paid at a higher annual percentage.

Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.