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Nashville Dental Hygienists’
Association
Mock Board 2020

Investing in the future of Dental Hygiene by supporting the students.

Legislative Breakfast 2020

Supporting New Horizons for Tennessee Dental Hygienists by getting to know our legislators.

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Our Next Event

Chemical Dependency (In Person) with Dr. Wayne McElhiney, DPH; DDS; FACD

October 13, 2020

Registration starts at 5:30 pm Only 35 spots available! 2 CEUs (Virtual Event Also Available)

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Member Updates

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Professional Members

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Awesome Network

Member Stories
Our members are dedicated pro’s, just like you. 

Read a couple of their stories.

Jody - Current NASHDHA Member.

"I think every practicing hygienist would benefit from joining the ADHA and getting involved in their local component. Even if you are not a leader, you can still benefit from the comradery, staying abreast on interesting and current topics in dentistry."

Nancy - Current NASHDHA Member.

"I have been a member of NDHA NDHA for many years it is time for reflection. These experiences taught me leadership, vision for the future, determination, management, patience, positive attitude, and working together for the greater good"

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Professional Education

Our members get free and discounted CE, keeping them ahead of the curve.

  • 24

    The number of Continuing Education hours NDHA presented in 2018

  • 62% more tooth decay

    For people who drink 3 or more glasses of soda each day.

  • Hardest substance in the human body

    Is tooth enamel.

  • 144

    The largest attendance at a NDHA CE meeting in 2018

  • Half a million

    Dollars spent on chewing gum a year by kids

  • 40%

    Amount of your tooth surfaces you miss when not flossing

  • 45 to 70 seconds

    Amount of time a person spends brushing their teeth per day

  • 4 minutes

    Amount of time the average person should be brushing per day.

  • 300

    Types of bacteria making up dental plaque

Bottom Line: The World Needs Hygienists Like You

Which is why you belong here!