Friday, June 29th, 2012

Regency Dental Hygiene Academy Continues to Innovate

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Regency Dental Hygiene Academy’s dental hygiene diploma program requires students to successfully complete 690 hours of clinical practice.

Students in Ontario looking for a unique an intensive education in dental hygiene should consider Toronto’s Regency Dental Hygiene Academy.

Regency was the first school in Ontario to be accredited to incorporate the “Entry to Practice and Standards of Practice for Canadian Dental Hygienists” where the Dental Hygiene Process of Care is practiced to meet the demands of serving the public.

“Regency’s program challenges its students cognitively in theory, practically in specialized skills and affectively in professionalization,” said Angela PohQuong, R. D. H., DipDH., BDSc(DHyg), MEd. – Program Director.

PohQuong added, “Learning can be intimidating since students are challenged to self-reflect in their beliefs and progression. At Regency we recognize developing these life-skills will offer value to the student themselves, any employer and the community at large.”

Regency Dental Hygiene Academy’s dental hygiene diploma program requires students to successfully complete 690 hours of clinical practice and over 100 hours of clinical observation and oral education in the community.

“Regency is dedicated to preparing its graduates to go beyond the traditional practice of dental hygiene. This process of learning ensures social responsibility and continuous contribution towards the greater knowledge of the profession,” said PohQuong.

Schools mentioned: Regency Dental Hygiene Academy

Ryan Leclaire
Author: Ryan Leclaire
Ryan has been writing for 7 years and has been featured in Chatelaine, Canadian Living and Cottage life.
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