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As a Dental Hygienist I have worked in Public Health, Independent and Private Practice.
Each one of these experiences leading me to my current role focusing on promotion, education and consulting with dental professionals.
With this diverse background I have experienced firsthand the vital role oral health plays in everyone's life.
This Blog is all about sharing my current perspective on all things " Hygiene" related and is intended for dental professionals.

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene Ambassador - Named Top Ambassador Sept 2019 the https://dimensionsofdentalhygiene.com/article/september-2019-top-brand-ambassadors/


Beyond the Prophy Interview: Episode 68:Give Yourself Grace In Your Career with Lisa Hardill, RDH

http://beyondtheprophy.libsyn.com/episode-68-give-yourself-grace-in-your-career-with-lisa-hardrill-rdh











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