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Tina Clarke BSDH, MEd
Tina is an assistant professor in the dental hygiene department with Oregon Institute of Technology. She has been practicing dental hygiene since 2001 and entered dental hygiene education in 2007. She continues with clinical care in a general dental practice. Tina is actively involved with the American Dental Hygienists’ Association serving at the local, state and national level. She has a passion for dental hygiene that is fueled by her work with students and continuing education for her peers.
Are you asking the right questions about your patient’s health history?
Are you asking the right questions about your patient’s health history?
Understanding a patient’s health history can help you provide the best care possible.
Should you become a dental hygiene educator?
Should you become a dental hygiene educator?
Would this career change be a good move for you?