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Becoming a Certified Dental Assistant? Dental Industry Trends to Look Out For in 2022

Every dental office requires a qualified dental assistant to ensure that daily operations run smoothly and efficiently. Dental assistants are a welcoming face in the dental office and the first point of contact for any client visiting the dentist. They perform administrative duties as well as take part in various procedures to assist the dentist.  As one of the leaders in dental assistant healthcare colleges in the Greater Toronto Area, the Canadian Academy of Dental

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The Canadian Academy of Dental Health & Community Sciences (CADH) donates over 30,000 PPE; Free dental hygiene services to healthcare workers

In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, CADH donated PPE to Trillium Health Partners and Chartwell Retirement Residences; Will offer free dental hygiene services to all healthcare workers in Mississauga MISSISSAUGA,ONTARIO April 13th, 2020 CADH, one of Canada’s leading Dental Hygiene colleges located in Mississauga, announces the donation of over 30,000 critical PPE sourced from its own supplies, including gloves and gowns, in support of local community partners Chartwell Retirement Residences and Trillium Health Partners (Queensway

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CADH Students Achieve Zero Percent OSAP Default Rate!

The Canadian Academy of Dental Health & Community Science (‘CADH’), a leading Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting College based in Mississauga, Ontario, is proud to communicate some exciting news that was recently published by the Student Financial Assistance Branch of the Ministry. Every year, the Ministry releases information on Ontario Student Assistant Program (‘OSAP’) default rates for all college in Ontario. The CADH student default rate was zero percent in the 2018 report just published!

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Happy 150th Birthday Canada!

Happy 150th Birthday Canada from the Administration, Faculty and Staff of The Canadian Academy of Dental Health and Community Sciences On this very special day of our beautiful countrya��s 150th birthday, we are reminded of not only our youth as a nation, but more importantly, we are mindful of how very lucky we are to live and work in such an exceptionally peaceful, pleasant and progressive country, a country that celebrates the diversity it truly

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CADH Earns Top Scores on the National Dental Hygiene Board Exams

The Canadian Academy of Dental Health & Community Sciences (CADH) is very proud to announce the most recent results of the National Dental Hygiene Certification Board (NDHCB) exams. CADH is proud to report an impressive success rate! This compares with an average pass rate of 76% in Ontario. The senior management of CADH could not be more proud of it’s students, exceptional directors, faculty, support staff and administration! The continual dedication of the employees of

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CADH Earns Top Scores on the National Dental Hygiene Board Exams…Again!

The Canadian Academy of Dental Health & Community Sciences (CADH) is very proud to announce the most recent results of the National Dental Hygiene Certification Board (NDHCB) exams. Announced today, CADH is proud to report an impressive91%success rate! The senior management of CADH could not be more proud of it’s students, exceptional directors, faculty, support staff and administration! The continual dedication of the employees of CADH keep this educational institution at the very “top tier”

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Top 4 Dental Hygiene Myths Debunked

Gossip, faulty intuition, and an overflow of online opinions have given the public some dodgy ideas about their dental care. When it comes to reliable oral health information, trained hygienists still know best. If you are planning to pursue a dental career, read on to learn the truth behind some of the most common dental hygiene myths. Myth #1: Bad Breath is a Clear Indication of Poor Dental Hygiene Once youa��ve earned your dental hygienist

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Canadian Academy Dental Hygiene Graduates Outperform on Board Exam

The Canadian Academy of Dental Health and Community Sciences (‘CADH’) is please to announce the results of the NationalDental Hygiene Certification Board Examination. The pass rateofCADH graduates whosat the January 2015 exam was 80% compared to the average pass rate acrossall of Ontario of 73% (the National average pass rate was 75%). We congratulate our graduates, faculty and administrative staff for the accomplishment.

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HMO Clinic

Attached are the photos of the HMO Clinic that was held this Saturday June 15, 2003 from 9:00am- 5:00pm.A� A total of 42 students came to the event, the level 4 students helped with the debridements and taking x-rays, the level 3 students helped with assisting and level 2 students helped with transferring the clients around.

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