1 Dear Prospective Applicant, Thank you for your inquiry concerning the Dental Hygiene Program at Cuyahoga Community College. Our curriculum emphasizes clinical dental hygiene practice and academic excellence. The graduate completing the program is prepared for Regional and State licensing examinations and the National Dental Hygiene Board Examination. The full-time, daytime course of study is rigorous; however, the rewards of the profession are exceptional. Opportunities for part-time employment and flexible schedules are common. Entrance to the program is guaranteed to applicants who complete five Admission Courses with a 3.0 CORE GPA and 2.5 overall GPA. Please read the enclosed information carefully and follow the application procedures exactly. It is recommended that you keep a copy of all credentials for your own records. It is your responsibility to verify that your folder is complete, including verification of the evaluation of all transcripts from colleges/universities you have attended. Once you have read this information, in its entirety, should you have questions, please call the Health Careers Enrollment Center at or myself at and we will be happy to answer them. Please feel free to check in with me at any time during the pre-requisite completion process and advise me of your progress. Best wishes in the pursuit of a rewarding career through study at Cuyahoga Community College. Sincerely, Mary Lou Gerosky CDA RDH M Ed Mary Lou Gerosky CDA RDH M Ed Program Manager Dental Hygiene/Dental Assisting
2 2 CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE DENTAL HYGIENE ABOUT THE PROGRAM During the past half-century, Dental Hygiene has emerged and expanded as a prominent career for the man or woman interested in working as an important part of the dental health team. As licensed professionals, dental hygienists provide education and treatment to prevent cavities and periodontal disease. They help clients maintain healthy teeth and gums, which in turn helps to promote overall wellness. Client care performed by dental hygienists may include, conducting head and neck exams recording medical and dental health histories monitoring blood pressure and vital signs scaling teeth above and below the gum line to remove soft and hard deposits exposing, processing, and interpreting dental x-rays checking changes or abnormalities in the mouth preparing dental charts applying fluorides and sealants to protect teeth from cavities teaching patients about oral self care counseling patients on proper nutrition for maintaining health gums and teeth. The dental hygienist learns specialized clinical skills providing direct client care and may be responsible for community distribution of information related to prevention of oral diseases and the maintenance of oral health. The Dental Hygiene Program at Cuyahoga Community College was first accredited in 1966 by the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation. Our nationally recognized faculty have graduate degrees and extensive experience clinically and in educational concepts geared to the adult learner. COURSE OF STUDY: The Dental Hygiene Program consists of two academic years of training. Dental Hygiene students complete approximately 2,000 hours of classroom study with about 600 of the hours dedicated to supervised clinical dental hygiene instruction in the Dental Hygiene Clinic at Tri-C. There are no evening courses offered and the program is considered to be a full-time curriculum. Outside employment while in the program is not always feasible due to course requirements and a variable class schedule.
3 Courses in anatomy and physiology, microbiology, periodontology, pain management, public health, pharmacology, histology, chemistry and nutrition will provide a knowledge of the human body and its functions, thereby establishing an understanding of the interrelationship between general and oral health. Studies of psychology, nutrition and community oral health enable the dental hygienist to teach the public complete oral health education in private offices, schools and the community. Students obtain clinical experience in the state of the art Dental Hygiene Clinic which is equipped with computer enhanced operatories, panoramic and intraoral radiographic units, digital and phosphor plate radiography and intraoral cameras. The Technology Learning Center is equipped with computers and classrooms suited for multimedia presentations. 3 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES One of the most appealing features of dental hygiene is its extreme flexibility. Employment may be full or part time, geared to individual needs and desires. The opportunity of beginning a career is open to the mature man or woman at various stages in their life. Salaries of dental hygienists are affected by geographic location, employment setting, education and experience. Dental Hygienists who work in private dental offices may be paid on an hourly, daily, salary or commission basis. Graduates report entry-level salaries ranging from $26-30/hour. Dental Hygienists may impart their skills and professional knowledge to a variety of fields. The obligation to serve the community and the dental hygiene profession is of the utmost importance to the dental hygienist. The majority of dental hygienists are employed in private dental offices. Their primary duties are the oral prophylaxis and oral health education. Employment of dental hygienists is expected to grow much faster than the average in response to increasing demand for dental care. Demand will be stimulated by population growth, and greater retention of natural teeth by the larger number of middleaged and elderly people. Positions are available in the Cleveland area and throughout the United States.
4 4 CAREER LADDER After completion of this program, interested students may transfer to any institution to pursue a Baccalaureate Degree. Many students will transfer to the following four-year institutions without loss of credit: Cleveland State University, Youngstown State University, Ohio State University, Akron University, University of Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania College of Technology. Any four-year institution with a Baccalaureate Degree program will admit a qualified transfer student, however some of the Dental Hygiene credits may not transfer. Distance educational opportunities exist and are appealing to various students. VISION The Dental Hygiene Program at Cuyahoga Community College will be a prominent leader in dental hygiene education committed to academic excellence and clinical delivery of care. MISSION The Dental Hygiene Program at Cuyahoga Community College provides dental hygiene education and services to a diverse community of learners in support of workforce and economic development. PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY The Dental Hygiene Program of Cuyahoga Community College offers an education for individuals from multicultural and diverse backgrounds who aspire to enter the dental hygiene profession. Through didactic and laboratory foundations, the curriculum prepares the student to develop clinical expertise and professional skills essential for the delivery and advancement of preventive and therapeutic oral health services to the community GOALS The Dental Hygiene Program of Cuyahoga Community College strives to: 1. Graduate clinically competent and ethical dental hygienists prepared as primary oral health care providers. 2. Inspire the dental hygiene student to assume a leadership role as a resource person within the community and to advance the profession of dental hygiene in a rapidly changing health-care conscious society. 3. Understand that recognized standards of care evolve and change and that continuing education is a primary responsibility of health care providers. 4. Apply the dental hygiene process and assess, diagnose, plan, implement evaluate and document dental hygiene services to a diverse patient population in a variety of educational settings. 5. Maintain a contemporary dental hygiene program that reflects relevant and current evidenced-based dental hygiene practice. NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION. In its acknowledgment of diversity, the college respects and welcomes differences among people and will carry out its mission mindful of the differences in its community. Through its overall climate the College will provide opportunities and reinforce understanding, appreciation and action, intended to maximize the potential of all students. It is the policy of Tri-C that all terms of employment and educational benefits will be administered without regard to race, color, religions, sex, national origin or ancestry, age, sexual orientation, disability or status as a disabled Vietnam-era veteran.
5 5 ADMISSION STANDARDS/ ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Candidates must have good general health, abilities and skills in the following areas: observation, communication, psychomotor, cognitive (conceptual, integrative and quantitative), behavioral and social. Technological compensation can be made for some impairment in certain areas, a candidate must be able to exercise independent judgment. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, students must be, with reasonable accommodation, physically and mentally capable of performing the essential functions of the program. Any student who may require accommodation should schedule an appointment with the Dental Hygiene Program Manager by calling HEALTH FORM: The Dental Hygiene Department requires the completion of a health form, a physical and dental examination after acceptance and prior to the first day of class. These forms must be current having been completed within six months prior to August. The dental examination should include dental images (x-rays) taken within 6 months of program entry. Additional health requirements are required before classes beginning the second year of the program. The hepatitis vaccine is required of students before beginning clinical experiences in the first semester of the curriculum. CPR certification is also required prior to August 30. American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Health Care Provider with AED is recommended. Students must be enrolled in a current health insurance plan which is maintained through the entirety of the program. INFECTIOUS DISEASE INFORMATION FOR HEALTH CAREER STUDENTS: Standard Precautions is an infection control practice that is intended to be followed and adhered to in order to prevent and control the spread of infection. All health career students are required to utilize universal precautions when caring for clients and when handling any body fluid or substance. Because of the risk to the fetus, pregnant students should be especially familiar with precautions for preventing the transmission and acquisition of any infectious disease. Health career/nursing students who have contracted an infectious disease must be evaluated prior to entering the clinical site, classroom College lab and by the college Health Service, per College policy and procedure. Health career students shall adopt a standardized, comprehensive method of practicing Standard Precautions during every client interaction to control the spread of infection.
6 6 DENTAL HYGIENE PROGRAM COMPETENCIES 1.0 Act responsibly toward self, peers, faculty, dental professionals and clients. 2.0 Demonstrate critical thinking and decision-making skills in all aspects of client care Communicate verbally and in writing to clients, peers, and other health professionals 4.0. Integrate the Code of Ethics for Dental Hygienists with evidence of skills in ethical reasoning. 5.0 Incorporate professional integrity and continued growth into all aspects of dental hygiene care. 6.0 Determine the validity of oral health services in various segments of the community using evidence-based methods. 7.0 Demonstrate the ability to promote oral health in the global community. 8.0 Recognize the need and follow protocol indicated for medical emergencies that occur in an oral health care environment. 9.0 Collect, analyze and document accurately current and historical data on the systemic and oral health status of a variety of clients that impacts the delivery of dental hygiene care. (ASSESSMENT) 10.0 Utilize all the information gleaned through the assessment process and develop a comprehensive dental hygiene diagnosis incorporating current research. (DIAGNOSIS) Devise a client-centered dental hygiene care plan that is evidencebased. (PLANNING) 12.0 Apply appropriate treatment modalities and communicate oral health education concepts that will result in the achievement of the dental hygiene care plan. (IMPLEMENTATION) 13.0 Determine, in partnership with the client, if the implementation phase was effective in achieving the goals outlined in the comprehensive dental hygiene care plan and modify when indicated. (EVALUATION) 14.0 Ensure that documentation is complete and accurate of all collected data, treatment planned and provided, recommendations and other information relevant to client care and treatment. (DOCUMENTATION)
7 DENTAL HYGIENE Associate of Applied Science Degree in Dental Hygiene 7 Course No. Course Title Credit Hrs. Program Admissions Requirements Credit hrs. BIO 1100 Introduction to Biological Chemistry 3 BIO 2331 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 BIO 2341 Anatomy and Physiology II 4 ENG 1010 College Composition I 3 PSY 1010 General Psychology 3 17 First Credit hrs. DENT 1300 Preventive Oral Health Services I 4 DENT 1311 Dental Anatomy, Histology and Embryology 2 DENT 1320 Fundamentals 1 DENT 1330 Radiology 3 DENT 1340 Dental Hygiene Care Ethics 1 MATH 1141 Applied Algebra and Mathematical Reasoning or higher 3 14 Second Credit hrs. BIO 2500 Microbiology 4 DENT 1400 Preventive Oral Health Services II 5 DENT 1410 Current Concepts in Dental Materials 2 DENT 1420 Periodontics I 2 DENT 1431 Head and Neck Anatomy 2 DENT 1440 General and Oral Pathology 2 17 Third Credit hrs. DENT 2200 Local Anesthesia and Pain Management 2 DENT 2300 Preventive Oral Health Services III 5 DENT 2320 Periodontics II 2 DENT 2332 Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2 DENT 2340 Community Oral Health I 1 DIET 1220 Nutrition for Dental Hygiene 2 SPCH 1000 Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication 3 or SPCH 1010 Fundamentals of Speech Communication 17 Fourth Credit hrs. DENT 2400 Preventive Oral Health Services IV 5 DENT 2440 Community Oral Health 1 DENT 2990 Dental Hygiene Practice C 1 SOC 1XXX Sociology 3 10 PROGRAM TOTAL 75 C = Capstone Course
8 ENTRANCE CRITERIA All requirements for admission into the Dental Hygiene Program must be met before applying to the program. Once all of the admission requirements have been met and a COMPLETE application is received, a letter of acceptance with projected starting date will be mailed to the applicant. Applicants are encouraged to submit an application as soon as admission requirements are complete to receive the next available class seat. A COMPLETE application includes the following: 1. Completion of a Cuyahoga Community College Application. Do this before you submit any transcripts. 2. Completion of the Health Career/Dental Hygiene Program Application*. 3. Submission of an official high school transcript and /or GED transcript. Request the high school or GED office to forward one (1) official transcript directly to Tri-C, Office of the Registrar PO BOX 5966 Cleveland, OH If you have attended colleges or universities OTHER than Tri-C, request the institution/s to forward one (1) official transcript to Tri-C, Office of the Registrar, PO BOX 5966 Cleveland, OH. Once received, Office of Registrar, requires 1-2 weeks to evaluate transcripts. 5. Completion of the following Admission Requirements (or transfer of comparable courses from another college or university) with a 3.0 GPA. All science courses must have been completed within the past 5 years. Only three of the Admission Courses may be repeated one time to improve a grade from a previous attempt (grade). The only three that may be repeated are ENG 1010, PSY 1010 and ONE science. EFFECTIVE 8/24/15: A W is counted as an attempt (grade). Admission Courses for Dental Hygiene Program must be completed with a C or better to reflect a CORE GPA of 3.0. Overall GPA must be at least a 2.5. ENG-1010 College Composition PSY-1010 General Psychology BIO Biological Chemistry BIO-2331 Anatomy and Physiology I BIO-2341 Anatomy and Physiology II 6. Completion of 20 hours Work/Observation in a Dental Setting which employs a Registered Dental Hygienist (Observation Form attached). 4 of the 20 hours must be in the Dental Hygiene Clinic at Tri-C. Call to schedule. 7. Successful completion of Tri-C authorized background check, fingerprinting and Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) records search is required after acceptance within 6 months of beginning the program. For more information, please visit: *Completed Application includes the following: Health Careers Application Tri-C DARS Report indicating completion Admission Courses Observation Form Application Worksheet Do NOT submit an application unless it is complete. Incomplete applications will be returned. Remaining degree requirements may be taken while waiting to enter the dental hygiene program. Applicants must remain in continuous good standing (2.5 overall gpa) for final enrollment into dental hygiene. 8
9 9 TRANSFERRING FROM ANOTHER INSTITUTION? If you have attended an institution other than Tri-C: Request all official transcripts be forwarded from previously attended institutions (does not include Tri-C) to Cuyahoga Community College, Office of the Registrar, PO Box 5966, Cleveland, OH for evaluation. Once the transcript has been evaluated and courses visible on your Tri-C transcript. Submit the completed Health Careers/Dental Hygiene application to: Cuyahoga Community College, Health Careers Enrollment Center, MHCS 126, 2900 Community College Ave, Cleveland, OH Please make an appointment with a counselor or the Dental Hygiene Program Manager to review your transcript prior to entry into the program. Courses that can be taken while waiting to begin officially in the Dental Hygiene Program include those that fulfill general education requirements such as: *SOC 1xxx 3 credit hours of Sociology -MATH 1141 Applied Algebra or a higher level math -DIET 1220 Nutrition for Dental Hygiene OR DIET 1200 Normal Nutrition -BIO 2500 Microbiology MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS: it is the expectation that students accepted into the program have practical applications in creating, editing, saving and printing computer generated materials in a word processing program and power point. SUBSTITUTIONS AND WAIVERS: Substitutions and Waivers no longer appear on the AGIS report. Candidates will need to indicate in the submitted application that there has been an approval of substitution or waiver either by putting a copy of their approved substitution form or by documentation. PASS/NO PASS (P/NP): The Dental Hygiene Program requires a letter grade for all students who may elect to receive a Pass/No Pass score. Credits are awarded and will be included in the computation of current or cumulative grade point averages. Therefore, all Dental Hygiene curriculum courses, including general degree requirements must reflect a letter grade. NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKING APPLICANTS: The Commission on Dental Accreditation and Cuyahoga Community College Dental Hygiene Program Competencies mandate that students must be competent in interpersonal and communication skills to effectively interact with diverse population groups. The ability to communicate verbally and in written form is basic to the provision of oral health services in a safe and effective manner. Therefore, applicants whose native language is not English must take the TOEFL, IBT and score minimally, 21 Reading and Listening, 23-Writing, and 25-Speaking. Arrangements and costs incurred for the TOEFL will be the responsibility of the student.
10 10 FELONY FOR FORGERY STATEMENT: Due to the increase rise in patient identity theft, students with a convicted felony for forgery will not be accepted into a health career program, additionally a Background Check is required for all matriculating students. Information will be presented at orientation. FINANCIAL AID Eligibility to participate in the Federal Programs is determined by the Parent Confidential Statement (PCS) or the Student Financial Statement (SFC). This form should be obtained early so that it is received by the financial aid office no later than one month prior to the term in which the student plans to be enrolled. These forms can be obtained through the Metropolitan Campus Financial Aid Office. Financial Aid applications may be submitted on line CLINICAL EXPERIENCE The dental hygiene student receives clinical experience in the Metro Campus Dental Hygiene Clinic. To appreciate the services provided by the dental hygienist all students must participate as student partners during the pre-clinical and dental materials courses. Under the supervision of a supervising dentist and dental hygiene instructor, the dental hygiene student provides preventive care to dental hygiene clients. While assistance in appointing clients is provided by the dental hygiene secretary, the student is ultimately responsible for procurement of clients. LICENSING OR CERTIFICATION Dental hygienists must be licensed. License fee for the State of Ohio is $ Candidates for Ohio licensure must be a graduate of an accredited school and pass both a national and regional (clinical) exam. Successful completion of the computerized National Board of Dental Hygiene Examination (Pearson VUE) is required for licensure, and costs approximately $ The ADEX clinical examination is administered by the Commission on Dental Competency Assessments/ North East Regional Board of Examiners and costs approximately $ Completion of the computerized local anesthesia exam is encouraged and required for those wishing to administer local anesthesia in Ohio ($150.00). A graduate cannot be employed as a dental hygienist before successfully passing the NBDHE and ADEX examination and obtaining a license from the Ohio State Dental Board.
11 11 CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES INVOLVED FOR THE DENTAL HYGIENE PROGRAM First Year (Approximately): l. Background Check $ Instruments Scrubs, lab coat, shoes, name tag Textbooks New -(used/rentals less) SADHA Dues Tuition ($ /credit hour-in county) 7. Clinic, Radiology, Misc. Supplies Dental Anatomy Teeth Professional Liability (annual) Magnification (loupes) Handpiece Dental Materials, Radiology, OH/Clinic Supplies Table Clinic, Class Projects Second Year (Approximately): 1. Replacement instruments $ Insurance SADHA dues Textbooks Regional and National Board Examinations Graduation caps and gown rental Clinic,Radiology, Misc Supplies Tuition ($ per credit hour) 9. Projects for Community Oral Health Course Ohio State Dental Board Licensure fee Background Check (OSDB) Additional Expenses: Transportation, printing on line activities, lunches and/or dinners at school. The policies, requirements and regulations published in this packet are subject to change as circumstances may require.
12 12 Cuyahoga Community College Dental Hygiene Application Worksheet (Complete and enclose with Application) Name: Student # Address: Phone( ) Date: I have completed the entrance criteria as decribed in the Dental Hygiene Information Packet.I understand that my overall GPA must be 2.5 or greater and I must maintain that GPA to remain in the Dental Hygiene Program. The Admission courses must AVERAGE a 3.0-B average. A W (withdrawal) is a grade. Quality Points: Grade x Credit Hour = Quality Points. A is worth 4 quality points, B is worth 3 quality points, C is worth 2 quality points. Divide the sum of the quality points by 17 credit hours to determine overall CORE GPA. Example: B grade earned in BIO 1100, B 3pts x 3 credit hours=9 Qualtiy Pts. FYI: It is possible to receive a C in a course as long as you have received an A in an equivalent credit hour course. Ex: Grade of C in BIO cr hr, A in ENG cr hr = B average. NOT EQUIVALENT: Grade of A in Bio cr hr and a C in BIO cr hr. Signature: Date: CORE Term & Year Taken Grade Earned* Credit Hours Quality Points Did you ever withdraw or If yes, when? Grade?** repeat a course? ENG 1010 x 3 = Yes/No PSY 1010 x 3 = Yes/No BIO 1100 x 3 = Yes/No BIO 2331 x 4 = Yes/No BIO 2341 x 4 = Yes/No Total Quality Points 17 = CORE GPA ** English and Psychology and one Science course may be repeated once (1) to improve a grade. A W (withdrawal is counted as an attempt/grade). Grade Point Average (Admission Courses) Total of quality points credit hours (17) = CORE GPA Overall Cumulative GPA (all college coursework) Overall GPA TOEFL: Observation Hours completed: Date: Date: Office: CCC Dental Hygiene Clinic
13 CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE WORK/OBSERVATION EXPERIENCE VERIFICATION FORM DENTAL HYGIENE PROGRAM The bearer of this letter, is an applicant to the Dental Hygiene Program. Applicants to this program are required to document a minimum of 20 hours work/observation experience in a dental care setting observing the Registered Dental Hygienist. 4 of the 20 hours should be completed in the Dental Hygiene Clinic, Metro Campus, Cuyahoga Community College. Please schedule an observation appointment by calling As a future student in the dental hygiene program at Cuyahoga Community College and applicant in the Tri-C Dental Hygiene Program, proper attire is required during observation time in a dental hygiene setting and the Tri-C dental hygiene clinic. During office and dental hygiene clinic observation, please adhere to the following dress code: Hair length should be away from face and off shoulder Scrubs, dress slacks or khakis: NO JEANS Lab coat (if possible) No visible body piercing-exception: one earring in each ear lobe only No visible body art (tattoo) Please note that failure to comply with the dental hygiene dress code may prevent admission to the Dental Hygiene Clinic and Dental Hygiene Program. We would appreciate your verification of the following information: 1. The applicant has observed/been employed in this dental care setting. 13 YES NO Number of Hours Dates Experiences: Dentist and Registered Dental Hygienist Verification: Dental Office of: Telephone: Date: Signature: Dentist Signature: Registered Dental Hygienist Thank you for allowing this student to observe in your office!
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