How much does dental hygienist school cost?

Answer Dental hygienists can complete either a traditional two-year associate degree or four-year bachelor's degree program. During the 2009-10 school year, the cost of one year's tuition in an associate ... Read More »

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How much does it cost to become a dental hygienist?

A two- or four-year degree is required to take the National Board Dental Hygiene Exam, according to the American Dental Association. The College Board reports the average cost of a two-year degree ... Read More »

How much school is needed to become a dental hygienist?

The amount of school needed to become a dental hygienist varies depending upon geographic location and the employer's requirements. Typical requirements range from a high school diploma to some col... Read More »

How long does dental hygienist school take?

A degree in dental hygiene usually take two years to complete, but some programs take four years. Dental hygiene programs are offered at technical schools and community colleges, and lead to an ass... Read More »

How much does a dental hygienist earn?

According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the median amount for a dental hygienist to make is approximately $30.19 hourly as of May 2006. Employment for a dental hygienist is projected to gr... Read More »