To become a dental hygienist in the US one must attend a college or university that is approved by the Commission on Dental Accreditation and take the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination. There are several degrees one may receive. An associate degree after attending community college is the most common and only takes two years to obtain. After doing so, one may work in a dental office. There is also the option of receiving a bachelor's degree or master's degree if one plans to work in an educational institute either for teaching or research.
I have had a problem with my sinuses ever since I had my teeth cleaned in Feb of this year.
I went to the doctor and she put me on antibiotics over 5 times and they never cleared up the infection because I still have pain in one side of my nostril on the right side and my right ear hurts and I have swelling on the right side of my throat that feels like an infection. I have had this problem ever since they worked on one of my front teeth that had a cavity in it. I can’t see the cavity anymore because they filled it in with a feeling but
I have had pain in it ever since they drilled in it and whenever I drink cold or warm stuff the sensitivity is horrible. I think it is a teeth problem probably a sinus tooth infection and Im going to a dentist to maybe get a root canal in it because I cannot stand the pain anymore and the pain infects my ear and my other teeth.
I have had this problem for over 4 months now and I cant stand it anymore.
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