Dental Hygiene Preview Day

Join us and learn more about the Regis College dental hygiene program at our upcoming preview days! You’ll have the opportunity to meet with and hear from current students and professors, tour our beautiful Weston campus, and explore our state of the art facilities in Newton. Transportation to our Newton campus will be provided.

The next event will be held on Saturday, January 29, 2019. Click on the button below to register.

Regis College has one of the preeminent dental hygiene programs in New England, accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA). In either of our Associate of Science or Bachelor of Science programs, you’ll receive a strong foundation in biomedical science with practical training in dental hygiene in our dental hygiene clinic.

Be part of our dental hygiene program with a strong reputation, exceptional placement rate, and real-world experience in our state-of-the-art dental clinic.

As a Regis College student, you’re immersed in the atmosphere of an active dental hygiene practice and will be eligible for licensure as a dental hygienist after your third year of study.

Dental hygienists assess patients for signs of oral diseases such as gingivitis, expose dental radiographs, clean teeth, and provide other preventive dental care. They also educate patients on ways to improve and maintain good oral health. Dental hygiene services are a treatment to maintain or increase the overall health, well-being, and functional outcomes for individuals experiencing dental disease.

The Regis College Dental Hygiene program (formerly the Mount Ida Dental Hygiene Program) has exceptional board completion and job placement rates. RDH licensure requires numerous written and clinical state and federal examinations and historically Regis College dental hygiene students have been highly successful.

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The Regis College Dental Hygiene program (formerly the Mount Ida Dental Hygiene Program) has exceptional board completion and job placement rates. RDH licensure requires numerous written and clinical state and federal examinations and historically Regis College dental hygiene students have been highly successful.

The program is such a unique one in the area in that it allows students to work in the dental hygiene field while enhancing their education. It is the embodiment of life-long learning!
Denise Tetreault, RDH MEd – Department Chair, Dental Hygiene
100%
of Regis College dental hygiene students participate in out-reach project while in the program
95%
of incoming first-year Regis students receive merit scholarship or need-based aid from the university
100%
of dental hygiene students are required to practice in diverse work settings for true experiential learning

Program Contact Information

Please contact Undergraduate Admission for information regarding the Dental Hygiene program.