Where the profession of dental hygiene began in 1913
Irene M. Newman (1875-1958)
The first dental hygienist.
The first President of the Connecticut Dental
Hygienists' Association in the early 1900's.
Kristin Minihan-Anderson, MSDH, RDH
of the Connecticut Dental Hygienists'
SAVE THE DATE!
The following is a paid advertisement - Job posting date: 03-17-23
DENTAL HYGIENIST PT or FT:
Are you looking for an enjoyable career where you will be
appreciated and well compensated?
If so, we are the practice for you.
We are a modern office that focuses on comprehensive, best option dentistry for all of our patients. We are looking for a skilled hygienist with excellent communications skills to help educate our patients about necessary care.
Experience preferred, but we would consider training a new grad with a great attitude.
Please email your resume along with a paragraph about why you think that you will be our next super star team member for immediate consideration.
Dr. George Landress
93 West St Danbury
Danbury, CT 06810
Take Charge of Your Teeth Website
This month (February) is National Children's Dental Health Month. Girl Scout Stephanie Iwinski from GS Troop 50181 has created a website called "Take Charge of Your Teeth" to inform the general public about how oral health is connected to systemic health. Alongside the general dental information it lists places in Connecticut that provide affordable dental care. Stephanie has worked on this project for her
Girl Scout Gold Award.
Please view the website and take the survey!
CDHA Vice President: Bernice Iwinski BSDH, RDH