This article will bring you to the list of the best states for dental hygienists. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice if you are planning to move somewhere. I must admit I was afraid dentists until couple of years ago. Many times they were so strict and spoke to people in a rude way. But then I found a fantastic dentist, whom I love. She is the best dentist ever and I have got to like visiting her. We always laugh a lot and it’s a nice experience to be there. When I started to visit her I had lots of problems with my teeth, but she taught me how to clean the teeth properly so my teeth are healthy. I like her so much that i recommended her to all of my friends and relatives so almost everybody visits my dentist.
There’s a difference between some types of dentists, but today we’re focusing primarily on dental hygienists. They’re the ones performing your routine dental cleaning and not fitting you for braces or any of that jazz. They clean the teeth, make sure you don’t have gingivitis, and clean off all the plaque so you can start new and fresh with clean teeth. They’re also the ones who tell you all about the importance of flossing so you can do it for one day and then stop when you realize it’s making your gums bleed and you’re too lazy to do it every morning.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of best states for dental hygienists from their list.
The first one is Delaware, where the cost of living index is 102.6, the annual mean salary is $72,480, the hourly wage is $34.84, and the number of employees are 640. The second state on our short list now should be Tennessee, where the cost of living index is 89.8, the annual mean salary is $65.390, the hourly wage is $31.43, and the number of employees are 4000. At last, but not least let’s check out the numbers of Utah, where the cost of living index is 92.8, the annual mean salary is $68570, the hourly wage is $32.96 and the number of employees are 2,650.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 25 best states for dental hygienists.