The North Carolina Dental Hygienist’s Organization is a community of dental hygienists built on support, learning, and friendship that is dedicated to serving the public and advancing the profession of dental hygiene within our state.
Meet Sommer Wisher, our 2017-2018 NCDHA president! Sommer is passionate about dental hygiene, public health, and people. Recently featured in Dimensions of Dental Hygiene, The Journal of Professional Excellence, Sommer was quoted,
“I hope that more licensed dental hygienists in North Carolina take part in the rewarding experience of being a member of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association and letting their voices be heard. I firmly believe that in order to make a larger impact on our profession and the direction it is going, we need a more unified voice going after what we worked so hard to do—provide care to all.”
Read what these dental hygienists have to say
about their membership
I have been an ADHA member for the past 15 years and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. I have the disability insurance from the ADHA and it has come in handy when I broke my wrist and was out of work. I also appreciate the access to continuing education that my membership provides. Join the ADHA today, you won’t be disappointed.
I love being an ADHA member because I want to better the dental hygiene career! I feel a sense of community with my fellow hygienists and having access to continuing education is a fantastic resource.