You must be a member of MnDHA to receive our quarterly newsletter. In an effort to 'Go Green,' greatly control costs, and bring us up to speed in this electronic mail age, MnDHA newsletters will only be available online and via e-mail. In order to receive your newsletter via email, we will need your current
Because ADHA and MnDHA are the national and state organizations which represent you as a dental hygienist - they are the organizations to which you can turn for the most reliable, supportive, hygiene-focused, information and connections. No other organization focuses on the interests of dental hygienists in quite the same way. Your membership provides you
As of 2022, the membership dues are $294 per year (includes ADHA/MnDHA and local Component). Quarterly payments are available if you pay by credit card. There is a $12 fee per year for this service, making the quarterly payments around $77.
That's the best part - for one low price, you become a member of all three organizations! ADHA is a "tripartite" organization which means all members must belong to the national organization (ADHA), the state or "constituent" organization (MnDHA), plus one of four Minnesota Components (based on what county you live).
A dental hygienist is a licensed health care professional who works with the dentist, providing preventive, educational, and therapeutic services for the control of oral diseases and the promotion of both oral and overall health. A dental hygienist (DH) has graduated from a two or four-year college program that includes classroom studies and extensive supervised
To improve the public's total health, the mission of the Minnesota Dental Hygienists' Association is to advance the art and science of dental hygiene by increasing the awareness of and ensuring access to quality oral health care, promoting the highest standard of dental hygiene education, licensure and practice, and representing and promoting the interests of