Dental Schools in Hawaii

Dental Schools Out of the 27 Hawaii Colleges, only three schools offer Dental programs.

Looking around to find colleges close by is typically the first step for people in their school search, and here we list local colleges found in Hawaii that specialize in the Dental program.

Average
Annual Tuition
$15,800
Salary projections for occupations in the Dental industry, such as an oral hygienist, are usually very well paying relative to most other Hawaii salaries.

Dental degrees are often incredibly sought after by corporations these days, and students who graduate in these programs have many job openings ready for them directly after they graduate college.

Check an alternative detailed ranking of dental schools in Hawaii at Dental-Colleges.com.

Hawaii Dental Schools



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