Marianne Dryer is one of dental industry’s most outspoken educators on subjects of periodontal instrumentation and a champion of early and advanced introduction to ultrasonic instrumentation into dental hygiene curriculums. Her dynamic presentations, articulate academic instruction, and insightful curriculum development consultation are founded on more than 30 years of oral health experience. As such, Marianne is sought after nationally and internationally for her presentations on ultrasonic technique, risk assessment, infection prevention and radiology technique.
Marianne is currently the Program Director at Cape Cod Community College and also provides faculty in service programs on the 2018 AAP Classification Updates. She is a graduate of Forsyth School for Dental Hygienists, Old Dominion University and received her Master’s in Education from St Joseph’s College of Maine.
(Ms. Dryer has no financial relationships to disclose relevant to this presentation.)
Course: AAP Classification of Periodontal and Peri-Implant Diseases: Aligning the Dental Hygiene Diagnosis and The Art of Furcation Navigation with Ultrasonic Navigation