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Ivy Tech Community College
Dental Hygiene Information Session
Fall 2013/Spring 2014

Differences Between Dental Assisting and Dental Hygiene
Employment
and Salary Information
Financial Commitment (estimate)
Dental Assistant
Assists the dentist
Can place fillings
X-rays
Broad spectrum of responsibilities
Specialty offices
Dental Hygiene Information Session
Accreditation
Program Information

Profession of Dental Hygiene

Professional Coursework

Clinical Education

Application Process

Acceptance Information


Accreditation

First class of 15 students graduated May 2011.

Fifth class of 15 students began this fall.

Preventive Specialist
Educator
Clinical Operator
Clean teeth
Polish teeth
X-rays
Fluoride treatments
Sealants
Screen for disease

Profession of Dental Hygiene
http://www.adha.org/ (Accessed September 25, 2012)

Flexibility
Nice working conditions
Good salary
Portability
Growth

Advantages

Dental Assisting

Certification required for radiology, expanded functions, coronal polishing and caries medicaments.

Licensure not required.
Bureau of Labor Statistics

Career Outlook
Employment of dental hygienists is expected to grow by 38 percent from 2010 to 2020, much faster than the average for all occupations.

Ongoing research linking oral health and general health will continue to spur the demand for preventative dental services, which dental hygienists often provide.

New and increasingly accurate technologies to help diagnose oral health problems are also expected to increase demand. For example, new tests use saliva samples that a hygienist takes to spot early signs of oral cancer.







Employment
and Salary Information
Career Outlook - State of Indiana
Hoosier Hot 50
Career Outlook - Madison County
Hoosier Hot 50
Salaries
Vary according to geographic location, employment setting, and experience.

May be paid on an hourly, salary or commission basis.

Benefits vary according to employment setting.

More stringent course requirements than
pre-requisite courses.

Higher grading scale
A = 93-100
B = 87 – 92.9
C = 81 – 86.9
D = 79 – 80.9
F = below 79



Professional Coursework
Professional appearance

Essential Functions
Background checks

Drug testing
Professional Coursework

Pre-requisite courses – 2 semesters

Professional courses – 5 semesters

Full time curriculum

Includes a summer term

Pain Management course taught in the summer


Time Commitment
Time Commitment
Computer Knowledge

All students will be expected to have a working
knowledge of computers.

Word processing
E-mail
Internet searching
Blackboard
Clinical Records
Licensure examinations

Refer to handout

Based upon in-state tuition: $116.15 per credit hour

Will increase to $121.15 in Spring 2014

$62.50 per semester Dental Hygiene Program Fee

$60.00 per semester Technology Fee

Consumable fees

First semester and last semester most expensive.

Estimate includes psychology and sociology course expenses (tuition and textbooks)

Licensure fees based upon Indiana licensure requirements.

Licensure Exams
Licensure is required before you can begin employment as a dental hygienist.

3 part process
National Board Exam
Regional Board Exam
State Board Law Exam




Licensure Exams
State Licensure
Past criminal convictions can negatively impact your eligibility to obtain a state license.

Criminal background check required for licensure.

Need proper forms of U.S. identification to obtain a license.

Questions should be directed to the Indiana State Board of Dentistry: Cindy Vaught – 317-234-2054

Estimates Cost for Exams
Dental Hygiene National Boards- $399.00

North East Regional Boards - $975

North East Regional Board Local Anesthesia - $140

Indiana Licensure - $150

Financial Aid
FAFSA

ADHA Institute Scholarship Program
http://www.adha.org/ioh/programs/scholarships.htm

Clinical Education
Dental Hygiene Faculty
Full time faculty – Program Director
Clinical Coordinator

Part time faculty – Licensed Dental Hygienists

Licensed Dentist

Dental Hygiene Clinic
Clinical Education

Students treat patients from the community.

Clinic has a business assistant who will assist students with scheduling.

You will be responsible for making sure you have a patient during assigned clinic times.

May need to recruit patients to meet your clinical needs.

Clinical Education
You will treat a wide range of patients.

Various medical conditions.

Various levels of oral disease.

Clinical Education
Current CPR certification

Current TB test

Up to date immunizations
MMR
Tetanus/Diptheria/Pertusis
Hepatitis B
Chicken Pox
Varicella
Influenza

Application Process
Application packets available on-line
Achieve admission into Ivy Tech Community College
Provide proof of program level readiness
Apply for admission into the dental hygiene program,
attend a required Dental Hygiene Information Session
and complete the TEAS Test by April 5, 2014.
MUST be version 5.0.

Admission Information
Pre-Req Courses
Provide proof of completion of the following general education courses:

ENGL 111 English Composition 3cr
APHY 101 Anatomy and Physiology I 3cr
APHY 102 Anatomy and Physiology II 3cr
MATH118 Concepts in Mathematics 3cr
BIOL 211/201 Microbiology 1/General Microbiology 3cr/4cr
CHEM 111/101 Chemistry I /Introductory Chemistry 4cr/3cr
COMM 101 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3cr
OR
COMM 102 Interpersonal Communications 3 cr
*IVYT 1** Life Skills 1cr
Grades from the following pre-requisite courses will be used in the admission process:

ENGL 111 English Composition
APHY 101 Anatomy and Physiology I
APHY 102 Anatomy and Physiology II
MATH118 Concepts in Mathematics
BIOL211/201 Microbiology 1/General Microbiology
CHEM 111/101 Chemistry I/Introductory Chemistry


Fall 2013 and forward – MATH 111 CAN NOT be substituted for MATH 118.

Application Process

Points will be assigned for grades earned in the 6 classes listed on the previous slide:

A = 30 points
B= 20 points
C= 10 points
W, D, or F - 0 points

Counts 75% of the total points for admission

Multiple attempts policy: When the student has taken a prerequisite course more than once, points will be determined using the highest grade for the initial (first) two course attempts appearing on both Ivy Tech and other college transcripts. A grade of “W” counts as an attempt. Grades for courses over 5 years old may be excluded from consideration with the applicant’s written request included in the application packet. Excluding those grades from the admission point system does not affect calculation of the student’s grade point average (GPA). Students who are granted permission by a regional administrator to retake a class for a third (or higher) time are not exempt from this policy. The program will only consider the highest grade for the initial (first) two course attempts (including a grade of W) regardless of the fact that the student was allowed to take the course for a third (or higher) time.

Application Process
TEAS test counts 25% of total points for admission.

Individual adjusted score

TEAS test can be taken at any Ivy Tech testing center.

Must be version 5.0

$45.00 fee

Can be taken twice within a 12 month period. Must wait a minimum of 30 days between testing.

Count the higher score.

TEAS Test
TEAS Test
http://www.atitesting.com/global/students/teas


No minimum score

Selection Process
Rank order of applicants.
Alternates
Tie
Reapplication process

Acceptance Information
Letters mailed by early to mid June

Letters will be mailed to current mailing address provided on the application.

15 students accepted

5 alternates

Application Reminders
Must have C number of application.

Must have unofficial copies of all college transcripts –
no exceptions.

Must have a copy of your TEAS test scores.

Fall 2013 Admissions
General Information
73 total applicants

4 didn't meet admission criteria

16 applicants accepted

3 alternates accepted

Statistics for fall 2013 class
Points from pre-req courses: Average – 175

Average individual adjusted score - TEAS test:- 77.5

Average total number of point: 150.6
(total possible points 160)

Fall 2014 Dental Hygiene Class - Anderson Campus Only

For the 15 students accepted into the program.

Most likely will be the 24th or 25th of July for the Anderson Campus.

Thank you for viewing the on-line dental hygiene information session.

Remember to complete the on-line verification form and return with your dental hygiene application.

E-mail questions to jhudson73@ivytech.edu

Thank you!
References:

http://www.adha.org/ (Accessed September 25, 2012)

Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor,
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11, Edition, Dental Hygienists,
on the Internet at
http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/dental-hygienists.htm#tab-6
(Accessed July 26, 2013).

https://netsolutions.dwd.in.gov/hh50/downloads/HH50_Trifold_2010.pdf
( July 26, 2013)

http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes292021.htm
(Accessed September 25, 2012)

https://netsolutions.dwd.in.gov/hh50/downloads/regions/2012_RegionalHot50_REGION5.pdf accessed October 8, 2013
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