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Making a gift to the National Network for Oral Health Access is one of the easiest ways to positively impact our work, enhance our services, and help our community strengthen and increase access to oral health services.  NNOHA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.



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NNOHA is the largest group of safety-net oral health practitioners in the country, and our members all share a commitment to increasing access to quality oral health care for underserved populations. NNOHA is committed to providing the highest quality resources and support designed to meet the unique needs of our members and their programs.

Esther Kim Le DA, BSHD, RDHAP, Rachel Lynn, RDH, BSDH, Candace Owen, RDH, MS, MPH, Dana Robinson, BS, RDH, PHDHP. 

Dental hygienists are vital members of the health-care team. Yet there are times when their expertise and capabilities to impact improved patient oral health status, increased access, and much-needed revenue, are not fully drawn upon. With varying state dental hygiene practice acts, dental hygienists can play many roles within community health centers. This panel discussion will highlight three dental hygienists working to the top of their scope within community health centers and teledentistry to inspire dental hygienists to work their way up their own career ladder!

Dental Hygiene Practice: Working to the Top of Your Career Ladder

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