(1) Every applicant for dental hygiene licensure must submit to the board proof that
the applicant successfully completed the following:
(a) An examination administered by the Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations;
(b) An examination designed to test the applicant's clinical skills and knowledge,
which must be administered by a regional testing agency composed of at least four
states or an examination of another state, or a methodology adopted by the board by
rule that is designed to test the applicant's clinical skills and knowledge.
(2) All examination results required by the board must be filed with the board and
kept for reference for a period of not less than one year. If an applicant successfully completes the examinations and is otherwise qualified,
the board shall grant a license to the applicant and shall issue a license certificate
signed by the officers of the board.
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