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Rachel Stroble, BA, RDH

Rachel Stroble, BA, RDH
Rachel Stroble BA, RDH, graduated with a degree in dental hygiene from Rose State College in 2013 and also holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. She practices clinical hygiene full time and serves as an adjunct clinical professor in the dental hygiene program at Rose State College. She is passionate about the whole-body health of her patients and education in every facet. When she is not advocating for patient health, educating, or holding a scaler, she loves to travel the world with her husband. She loves her fur babies- two cats and two dogs.

The CBCT View: Images Can Greatly Impact Dental Hygiene Education

When cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is discussed, do you immediately think of dental implant placement, third molar extractions, or sinus lifts? More and more general dentistry and periodontal practices are investing in CT imaging equipment. The value of the CBCT image cannot be underestimated in terms of application to the daily practice of dental hygienists. Let’s take a look...

The Priority of OHI Despite Demands of Schedule: Make Time for Patient Education

Whether you recently graduated from dental hygiene school or you have been practicing for 25 years, you may find yourself in survival mode at work from time to time. Many demands are placed on our precious minutes with our patients. Daily practice of dental hygiene may include any or all of the following: radiographs, head and neck exams, periodontal...