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StudentRDH Instrumentation Tutoring Program is here!
This program is perfect for you if:
You are struggling with instrumentation
Your school does not provide instrumentation tutoring
You are scared to be judged by your school, faculties, and classmates
You need a safe space to learn and ask questions
An exam is approaching and you need help NOW!
Please note that the schedule is subject to change.
The program duration is 4 weeks.
We will meet every Thursday, 7-8 pm EST (4-5 PST), for 1 hr.
Limited VIP spots with exclusive access.
(To make sure you get the attention you need)
Maxillary upper right quadrant: all surfaces
Maxillary upper left quadrant:
Mandibular lower right quadrant:
Mandibular lower left quadrant:
Maxillary anteriors: lingual and
Mandibular anteriors: lingual and
Periodontal Probing: improve
angulation and probe readings
Exploring to improve calculus detection
Maxillary and Mandibular second
and third molars: Accessing
difficult areas with success using
mini scalers and files
Sharpening instruments for
improved scaling results
You can join the program for $99/month.
State of the art techniques to master scaling skills:
- Maxillary upper right quadrant
- Maxillary upper left quadrant
- Maxillary anteriors: lingual and facial surfaces
- Mandibular anteriors: lingual and facial surfaces
- Mandibular lower right quadrant
- Mandibular lower left quadrant
- Maxillary and Mandibular second and third molars
- Sharpening instruments for improved scaling results
Students, would you like to improve your instrumentation skills while you are in dental hygiene school and for the clinical boards? Whether you are taking the WREB, CRDTS, or another clinical examination for school or for your dental hygiene license to practice, I can work with you and give you suggestions on how to improve your skills! This will also be beneficial to prevent musculoskeletal injuries that can occur from repetitive motions.
It’s important to “make every stroke count” when you are scaling. You will learn how to use both hands to scale to prevent the joints in your thumb and fingers from experiencing repetitive motion injuries, especially if you have flexibility in your thumb and fingers. It’s also important to avoid repetitive wrist rocking motions which can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome.
By visually watching your scaling techniques on your typodont, I will make verbal suggestions and then demonstrate on my typodont for you to observe my recommendations. I can then watch your practice on your typodont to suggest recommendations just as if we were in the clinic together for a tutoring session!
I have been teaching clinical dental hygiene for 30 years and have been able to identify strategies for improvement with scaling techniques and ergonomics. I wrote a book on protective instrumentation techniques entitled, “Reinforced Periodontal Instrumentation and Ergonomics for the Dental Care Provider.”
I have helped many dental hygiene students and dental hygienists learn how to practice without experience pain which then leads to career longevity. I have provided numerous lectures and hands-on workshops at dental hygiene schools, dental conferences, and dental hygiene societies in the USA and in Canada for over 10 years.
Dental hygienists often experience pain or musculoskeletal disorders due to improper techniques, so If you are experiencing pain while practicing, I can make recommendations to enhance career enjoyment! Whatever your challenges are with scaling in any quadrant, I can help you! Also, if you are experiencing pain in your neck, shoulders, back, hands or wrist, I can help you!
Q. How does this work?
Step 1: Sign up (assuming there are seats available - only 6 students per group)
Step 2: Get invited to our group sessions (1h per session), held once a week.
Step 3: Bring your typodont and instruments to the webinar and our faculty will walk you through "how to use each instrument in each quadrant." Our faculty will demonstrate, and watch you work on your instrumentation.
That's why we are taking only 6 students/group!
Q. How do I ask my questions and when do I get answers?
Get your answers via webinar: During the webinar, our faculty will answer your questions. We will make sure to bring explanations from trusted sources and scientific evidence.
Q. What is the schedule?
The program duration is 4 weeks.
We will meet every Thursday 7-8pm EST (4-5pm PST).
Each session is 1 hr long.
Q. Will this be recorded?
Yes, in case you can’t come to the class, or you want to rewatch the session. (Available for the 4 weeks you are enrolled in the program)
Q. What will happen during the session?
Bring your typodont and your instruments to the webinar and our faculty will walk you through how to use the instruments in each quadrant. Our faculty will demonstrate and watch you work on your instrumentation.
You will also have access to an exclusive handout to help you prepare outside of the live sessions!
Q. How much is it?
The sessions are $99/month. You will learn how to work through all quadrants!
Q. Can I join anytime?
No, we start the program once a month. There are a limited number of seats available so that each student will get individualized support. If you missed this round, don't worry! We'll always remind by email when it's time to register for the next round.
Q. What if I don’t have StudentRDH yet?
That’s okay! This program is for anyone who wants extra help.
Q. Is this for junior or senior students?
Tutoring is for anyone who wants to be successful. It does not matter if you are in your first semester or in your last semester. We can all learn from each others’ questions!
Q. How does payment work?
You will pay one time for the 4-week program. You may sign up again, but this is not a subscription.
Q. What if I want private tutoring?
We totally understand, sometimes you want to go the extra mile! One-on-one tutoring is available with Diane. You can learn more and reserve your spot here: Click to Learn More