Education requirements for these professionals include earning an associate’s degree in dental hygiene, and most programs take about three years to complete. License requirements differ from one state to the next, but typically individuals must pass an accredited training program as well as clinical and written examinations. You just need high school level education, some private may not require proof of high school education and there are non-accredited schools.
That being said, it isn’t difficult but does require hard work and commitment – something you’re expected to have working in the field. My niece recently finished dental assisting school and had been working about a year and doing really well. She’s a smart girl, not university level education, but had a few years of community college. As the school year progressed. they lost people most due to lack of attendance, not being able to hand the stress and expectations.
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