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Question by Summer T: I am wanting to be a dental hygienist.?
But I have to take classes online right now. The only thing I can find online is for a dental assistant. If I did this for now what would I have to do later on to become a dental hygienist? Is there any online schools for a dental hygienist?

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Answer by Deon Schmeeeon
hmmm well im glad your interewsted in futhering your career you can google that question…

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  • CDA~NY says:

    If you take the online classes for dental assisting, I think you have to be employed by a dentist so he/she can monitor your progress… don’t get sucked into a money-pit, where your ‘degree’ is nothing more than a piece of paper from XYZ Online saying you took the class.. it won’t be recognized. Classes/courses need to be approved by your state’s education department.

    Your best option would be to take classes physically, at a school/adult education, community college, etc.

    Good luck to you.

  • carsonsmom says:

    You cannot take online classes for Dental Hygiene. Most programs expect you to have all core/basic classes out of the way before you are accepted into a program.