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Working with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, below are the average hourly and annual wage and salary numbers for dental professionals in Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.
Avg. hourly wage Avg. mean annual wage
Iowa Dentist 82.50 171,610
Hygienist 32.31 67,190
Assistant 17.12 35,620
Montana Dentist 63.04 131,120
Hygienist 32.46 67,510
Assistant 15.77 32,790
Nebraska Dentist 78.23 162,710
Hygienist 30.39 63,200
Assistant 15.00 31,200
North Dakota Dentist 100.46 208,960
Hygienist 30.04 62,490
Assistant 19.19 39,910
South Dakota Dentist 82.62 171,850
Hygienist 29.05 60,420
Assistant 15.08 31,360
Wyoming Dentist 85.06 176,920
Hygienist 32.40 67,400
Assistant 15.77 32,810
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