Posts by category Dental Professional

How to Control Your Work/Life Balance as a Dental Hygienist

A few hygienists work several part-time positions at dental offices around them to secure a dream schedule. Still, most are rarely lucky enough to find two offices nearby with two different schedules that accommodate their unique needs. Most Hygienists are stuck working schedules that don’t fit their lives,  forcing them to make considerable compromises in

Dental Hygienist Salary: Taking Control of Your Career

  Temp dental hygienists make more per hour than a full or part-time hygienist working at a sole practice. The average annual salary of a dental hygienist is about $77,000, but with the TempMee App, temp hygienists can easily earn more. The TempMee app allows hygienists to sort local shifts by the highest pay, counter

Open Letter of Appreciation to Dental Hygienists

  For Dental Hygiene appreciation month, we wanted to talk about the reality of being a dental hygienist. To put it simply, being a dental hygienist is a sacrifice. It’s all too common for hygienists to take a break from the field after developing arthritis and other joint disorders due to repetitive movements. For us

Quick-Start Guide for New Hygienists

Get Hands-On Experience & Test-Drive Offices with the TempMee App There are thousands of newly graduated dental hygienists on the TempMee app! They love how the app gives them control of where and when they work, even allowing them to request more per hour with the counteroffer feature. Download the TempMee app here: https://tempmee.com/app/ One

How to Avoid Office Drama, be Professional and Prevent Stress

  1. Be Impeccable with your word: If you say you will do something, then do it. This will make you dependable and show that you are a competent person who puts their best foot forward and means what they say. In addition, it helps build your reputation as a professional who delivers on what

5 Useful Dental Hygienist Ergonomics

As a dental hygienist, you’re not only responsible for making sure our teeth are healthy, but you also have to look out for your well-being! So, knowing what ergonomic tools will make work easier on your body is important. In this article, we’ll discuss some great products that can help make working with dental mirrors

Top 5 Online CE Course Providers for Dental Hygienists

Requirements By State As a dental hygienist, you have a lot to do: clean teeth, teach patients about oral health and hygiene and perform dentistry procedures. It’s essential to keep up with your continuing education to ensure you’re as well-equipped as possible. Before we jump in, here’s a super helpful guide that breaks down the

How to Balance Patients and Production Goals

  Hygienist paychecks are not lost revenue, it’s the tip of the profit iceberg! Production goals matter, but having recurring patients who trust you is just as important. Patient-Centric Care is a win-win. It benefits the patients in the moment and the office in the future when they keep coming back to their trusted hygienist

Meet TempMee’s Featured Blogger- Jennifer Kender RDH

Jennifer (Taggart) Kender RDH Dental assistant 1987-1992 RDH 1992-current  Hobbies- Gardening, camping, scuba diving, travel. Dentistry has always been my passion. As a sophomore in high school, I was looking for a part-time job to make some spending money and my mom had a friend working as a receptionist for a local dental office. They


 

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