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Colleges in Savannah, Georgia That Offer Dental Assistance & Dental Hygienistry
by Europe in Education
There are only two accredited schools in Savannah that offer training for students to become dental assistants or dental hygienists and each offers distinctly different programs. Anyone looking to train to be a dental hygienist in Savannah will likely study at the Armstrong Atlantic State University while those looking to become dental assistants may choose to study at the Savannah Technical Colle

Difference Between the Salary of a Dental Assistant & a Dental Hygienist
by Thomas in Personal Finance
In addition to dentists, patients seeking dental care may also deal with dental assistants and dental hygienists. Dental assistants prepare instruments and perform a variety of laboratory duties, both clinical and clerical, while dental hygienists use instruments to clean patients' teeth and explain how patients can maintain healthy oral practices. Dental hygienists tend to earn higher wages than

Secondary Dental Plans Compatible With Delta Dental
by mck66productions in Health
If you are covered by Delta Dental, but would like to add on additional coverage with a secondary dental insurance plan, there are numerous options available. Once you make Delta Dental your primary insurance coverage, it will be compatible with a variety of other insurance policies. Keep in mind that some insurance policies will not be available in all areas. Always check with the company to get

Dental Schools in Indiana With Free Dental Care
by Enar in Health
Dental schools frequently offer free or low-cost care to patients. This allows dental students to receive hands-on training while under the supervision of licensed dentists, and allows patients to receive need oral health care they might otherwise forgo for financial reasons. While none of the dental or dental hygiene schools in Indiana offer free care, there are low-cost services available. For a

Dental Assistance & Dental Hygienist Schools
by JustinDSN in Education
Dental assistant employment is expected to increase by 36 percent in the next decade according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Dental assistants aid dentists by working directly with patients and explaining oral procedures, processing paperwork, taking X-rays and following up on postoperative procedures, among other responsibilities. Many colleges and trade schools offer programs designed

Are There Dental Schools That Do Free Dental Work?
by Ted Leung in Health
Taking care of your teeth and gums is one aspect of good dental care. The prevention and treatment of oral problems and diseases is part of taking care of your overall health. Schools of dentistry and dental hygiene may not offer free dental treatments; however, they do often offer lower cost alternatives. In some cases, certain procedures may be no charge. This depends on if there is a clinical s

Differences in Dental Hygiene & Dental Schools
by Al Velella in Education
A variety of programs prepare students for a career in dental health. Before choosing a school, understand the differences between dental hygiene programs and dental school. Think about your career goals, salary expectations and academic strengths when selecting a program. Dental hygiene schools differ from dental schools in their curricula, requirements, degrees awarded and potential career areas

How to Understand Differences of Dental HMO and Dental PPO Plans
by ShifterMSK in Personal Finance
Forty-five million Americans don't have dental insurance, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC. If you have access to a dental plan, whether through an individual or group plan, it's important to understand the type of plan you have and how to utilize it without incurring any unexpected out-of-pocket costs. A health maintenance organization, or HMO, plan works a bit

The Difference Between a Dental Plan & Dental Insurance
by uo7 in Personal Finance
Unexpected dental procedures can bankrupt your budget. To reduce expenses, many take advantage of dental insurance, which employers often offer. Others opt for a dental plan to help them keep dental expenses affordable. It is important to know the difference between these dental care options before choosing the right one for you. PremiumsDental insurance and dental plans both require that you p

Dental Hygienist Vs. Dental Assistant Wages
by GunnarHafdal in Careers & Job Searching
As of May 2008, the average annual salary for dental assistants was $33,170, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The average salary for dental hygienists was slightly more than twice as much at $66,950. Salary RangeThe lowest-paid 10 percent of dental assistants earned $22,270 or less per year, and the highest-paid 10 percent earned $46,150 or more as of May 2008, explains

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