Hygiene Performance

Hygiene Performance

Our hygiene performance course is designed to help your dental hygienists learn communication skills, patient retention, perio, and more. We want to help provide your hygiene department with the tools needed to become more knowledgeable and successful.

Hygiene Performance

Our hygiene performance goals will teach the following skills:

  • Reading patients’ body language
  • Developing active listening skills
  • Creating a comfortable environment for patients
  • Scheduling properly
  • Tracking performance
  • Reducing the number of no-shows and cancellations
  • Treatment planning for periodontal patients
  • Insurance coding for periodontics
  • Using mechanical brushes
  • Adult fluoride
  • The ability to analyze the hygiene department to increase productivity
  • Treatment verifications
  • Department meetings and the protocol for these meetings
  • Antimicrobials
  • Computer software
  • Digital X-rays

If you have concerns about your hygiene department and would like to offer further training, please allow CTC National to help. We’ve assisted countless dentists all over the country with their hygiene productivity and we’d love to help you.

Your success is important to us!

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