To become a member of the Massachusetts Dental Hygienists Association (MDHA), and in turn the component in your area, you need to join the American Dental Hygienists' Association, (ADHA). With membership in ADHA each hygienist is also a member of their state constituent and local component. ADHA dues are $241.00; this includes dues for MDHA and the local component.
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Click Here to view schedule. We are pleased to report that SB2328, An Act to increase the presence of dental hygienists on the Board of Registration in Dentistry, was signed into law on January 9, 2013 by Governor Patrick.
Quinsigamond Community College: Under the direct supervision of the Dental Clinic Operations and Facilities Manager ensure the full operation of a 20 unit dental hygiene clinic in an accredited community college. Ensure operation of a dental materials laboratory necessary for completion of student requirements necessary for graduation from an accredited institution. Provide support to students and faculty in all aspects of clinical operations. Assist students with Eaglesoft and direct and indirect digital radiography systems For all details click here
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We are pleased to report that SB2328, An Act to increase the presence of dental hygienists on the Board of Registration in Dentistry, was signed into law on January 9, 2013 by Governor Patrick.
Become a Student Member of ADHA. ADHA is the professional organization that represents the student voice and is open to all students enrolled in entry level and graduate level dental hygiene programs throughout the country. By becoming a Student Member you have taken a significant step in your future and have chosen to enter an important role in the oral health care profession. Whether you have just started school, or are close to graduation, ADHA Student Membership is your critical link to the dental hygiene profession.
2014 Graduates - may become Active members by logging in to their student membership record at www.adha.org, click on the "Convert Now" link and complete the required information - which includes their new dental hygiene license number. Students may also convert by calling ADHA directly at 312-440-8900, press 1 or by emailing their name, ADHA ID, license number and state of licensure to email@example.com.
Friday, September 18th at "The Conference 2015" Register online or by mail and fax
Component Continuing Education Classes will be updated as they become available.