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Dental Hygiene

Shoreline Community College Dental Hygiene Program at UW School of Dentistry

Three hygiene students


The Shoreline Community College Dental Hygiene Clinic has partnered with the University of Washington School of Dentistry to provide all clinical services at the Magnuson Health Sciences Center, next to the UW Medical Center, at the University of Washington in Seattle.  Our advanced students provide quality care with direct supervision from registered dental hygienists and licensed dentists, and offer a range of services at reduced cost.

Undergraduate Students

Shoreline Community College offers a program in Dental Hygiene for undergraduate students interested in the high-demand field of Dental Hygiene. Our Dental Hygiene graduates are prepared to meet the demands of the current workforce, as students develop multiple skills to become competent oral health care professionals. SCC graduates have excellent success rates in passing the regional and national Dental Hygiene Board Exams and securing employment after graduation.

The Shoreline Dental Hygiene Program operates at the University of Washington School of Dentistry, providing dental hygiene and restorative services to patients from the campus and the community.

Shoreline Dental Hygiene Program

Graduate Students

The UW School of Dentistry has a Master of Science program to train dental hygienists to be educators and teachers. Students receive comprehensive training in many of the basic and applied (clinical) sciences, participate in clinical care of special needs patients, and in a research project.

UW Masters of Science in Dental Hygiene