You asked, we made it happen!

StudentRDH Tutoring Program is here to help. You wanted a little more. Many of you felt the need for a personalized tutoring program, because:

  • Your faculty seems busy
  • Tutoring hours are limited
  • You are scared to be judged by your school, faculties, and classmates
  • You want to have answers faster
  • An exam is approaching and you need help quick

StudentRDH Tutoring Program will get you the extra support.

We are here for you!

With us, you won’t have to hold back anything, we are here to listen, understand your demands, and work with you until you feel satisfied. 

Q. How does this work?

Step 1: Sign up (assuming there are seats available).

Step 2: Get invited to our group sessions (1.5h per session), held twice a week.

Step 3: You can either watch the webinar or ask questions to get answers.

Q. How do I ask my questions and when do I get answers?

Ask your questions: As a member of the Tutoring Program, you will get exclusive permission to use the discussion board. On that board, post your questions. 

Example: “I am confused about the new AAP classification, how are staging and grading different?”

Get your answer via comments: On the board, your questions will be answered by fellow students, and our faculties.

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.


(The groups will be small, so you get the attention you need).

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is the schedule?

We will meet every week:

  • Tuesday at 7pm EST (6pm CST, 5pm MST, 4pm PST) - Recorded for rewatch
  • Saturday at Noon EST (11am CST, 10am MST, 9am PST) - Recorded for rewatch

In a month, you will get about 10 tutoring sessions (in a group). Each session is 1.5 hrs long. 

NOTE: Your questions should be submitted by Monday midnight, of the corresponding tutoring week.

Q. Will this be recorded?

Yes, in case you can’t come to the class, or you want to rewatch the session. The recording will eventually be replaced by the newest sessions, to allow more space for discussions.

Q. What will happen during the session?

30 mins are dedicated to a topic that is extremely important to know. For example, the furcation classifications, etc. Or it can be new updates that may affect you. The other 1 hour is dedicated to answering the question posted by students. 

Q. How much is it?

The sessions are $69/month. It’s less than $4 per hour! Our group sessions are extremely helpful because you get to watch also other questions. 

Q. What if I want to stop the program?

No problem, you can cancel the program anytime. This is a monthly commitment, so you can opt-in and out easily. For example, if you join on Jan 5th, and you wanted to take some time off during your finals in May, you can choose to not renew your program. Then, you can join again.

Q. Can I join anytime?

Yes, you can! However, we have a limited number of seats available. This is to provide personalized support. However, there are only limited spots available, so if you want to join again, we can’t promise that there will be a seat, sorry!

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. What if I want private tutoring?

We totally understand, sometimes you want to go the extra mile! Email us at and we will make that happen!

Main faculties

Other faculty members will be leading the sessions, depending on the topics.

Amanda Mitchell, BAS, MA, RDH

Amanda Mitchell, RDH, BAS, MA is a graduate of Kellogg Community College with an Associate’s degree in Dental Hygiene and Siena Heights University with a Bachelor’s degree in Dental Hygiene and a Master’s Degree in Leadership in Higher Education. She is a professor of dental hygiene and teaches preclinical sciences, advanced clinical sciences, and a variety of didactic courses. Amanda enjoys her time in the clinical and classroom settings with her students and has launched her own board review tutoring business. She has been a CE speaker and author for major companies in the dental industry and enjoys applying the newest research in her approaches. Amanda is currently an active member in the Dallas Dental Hygienists’ Association serving as a delegate, trustee, and on multiple committees. She currently resides in Dallas, Texas with her husband and their two dogs.

Claire Jeong, RDH, MS

StudentRDH, Dentaltoaster, SmarterDA

Claire is an entrepreneur, author, educator, researcher, and international speaker. She is the founder of StudentRDH / SmarterDA – Dental hygiene and assisting exam prep solutions. Through her live and online courses, Claire helped tens of thousands of people gain valuable dental knowledge and clinical skills. With her expert knowledge in education, she authored the e-book WakeUp Memory™, which teaches how to use the brain and remember anything. She combines the WakeUp Memory Technique™ in her courses and teaches educators to apply this method in their own classrooms. To her audience’s testimony: “Learning is now addictive.” Many of Claire’s articles, such as the New Hypertension Guidelines are ranked one of the top articles in RDH Magazine and DentistryIQ. She is regularly invited in podcasts and conferences such as RDH Under One Roof as a key opinion leader. Her classes are fascinating, and the audience becomes glued to their seat. Claire also provides guidance to companies to reach the younger generation of dental professionals. Email:

Review topics

1. Radiography

  • Interpretation
  • Physics & biology review

2. Perio

  • 1999 vs 2018
  • Assessment info to make DH dx 

3. Patient assessment

  • Med hx
  • H/N exam
  • Perio eval
  • Medications/side effects in relation to patient assessment

4. Patient planning

  • Emergency situation response
  • Management of oral diseases
    • OHI 
  • DH treatment strategy
    • Dx
    • Tx plan

5. Procedures & Prevention

  • Pathogenesis of perio
  • Prescribed therapy 
  • Assessment & maintenance
  • Fluorides

6. Pharmacology

  • Most common drugs
  • SANS/PANS & adrenergic/cholinergic 
  • Most common side effects in oral cavity 

7. Anatomy & Pathology

  • Quick review of bones, muscles, vascular system, cranial nerves, etc. 
  • Most common pathology seen on boards

8. Case studies

  • Step by step of case studies
  • Rationales

More topics will be added as we move forward with the program.

Join the exclusive Tutoring Program today