Two Roane State Community College dental hygiene students won first place at the annual Tennessee Dental Hygiene Association table clinic competition in Chattanooga.
Students from five dental hygiene programs presented displays that represented their research on a dental hygiene topic. Roane State students Kim Palmer of Lenoir City and Crystal Morse of Friendsville won for their display on silver diamine fluoride.
“I am very proud of our students and their hard work,” program director Melinda Gill said. “This is the third year our dental hygiene students have competed, and we have placed every year.” [Read more…]