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Working with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we have compiled the average hourly and annual wage numbers for dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants working in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont.
Avg. hourly wage Avg. mean annual wage
Connecticut Dentist 92.72 192,870
Hygienist 38.56 80,210
Assistant 19.58 40,730
Maine Dentist 93.75 194,990
Hygienist 32.56 67,730
Assistant 18.31 38,090
Massachusetts Dentist 81.87 170,290
Hygienist 38.29 79,630
Assistant 20.15 41,910
New Hampshire Dentist 110.12 229,040
Hygienist 37.83 78,680
Assistant 21.06 43,810
New York Dentist 77.38 160,950
Hygienist 32.43 67,450
Assistant 17.12 35,600
Rhode Island Dentist 80.91 168,290
Hygienist 34.14 71,000
Assistant 17.10 35,560
Vermont Dentist 103.56 215,410
Hygienist 32.47 67,530
Assistant 18.76 39,020
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