Practicing as a foreign-trained dental hygienist in Switzerland is still possible, just be prepared for a long and frustrating path to licensure.
Understanding local customs and culture is crucial for aspiring international dental hygienists.
After you land a a job overseas, the next step is finding a place to live. In parts of Europe, such as Germany, having a permanent address near to your place of work is a requirement for your residency permit. So, considering how crucial it is to find property abroad, how can we make sure […]
Check out this American hygienist working internationally in Italy!
Working abroad as a hygienist can be a lot like working in North America.
Learn about how dental hygiene is practiced in New Zealand and what needs to be done to be licensed.
‘Performing the same levels of hygiene as have always been practiced…’
Life as we know it will stop as of today, until further notice…
A wealth of boutique shops and restaurants to explore.
What does dental hygiene preceptorship mean in practice and is it good or bad?