Rebecca Henderson RDH
Rebecca Henderson is a 2001 graduate of The Ohio State University Dental Hygiene program. She received her Master of Science in Allied Medicine (Education) in 2005, also from The Ohio State University, and joined The College of Dentistry as faculty part-time in 2005. Additionally, she has practiced clinical dental hygiene part-time with a specialty Periodontics & Dental Implant practice since 2001. Ms. Henderson currently teaches Adjunctive Periodontal Therapies (DH 3150) in the degree completion program. She teaches courses in Dental Anatomy, Intro to Periodontology and Adjunctive Periodontal Therapies and is a clinical instructor in the baccalaureate program.
She loves helping students “put it all together” to realize the value of all parts of DH education in providing comprehensive and excellent clinical patient care.
Areas of Expertise
Periodontics & Dental Implant
Adjunctive Periodontal Therapies
- 20170101 Class of 2018 Didactic Teaching Award.
- 2017, Evidence of 8% Arginine Paste Regimen to Reduce Dentin Root Sensitivity After Nonsurgical and Surgical Periodontal Therapy. International Journal of Evidence-Based Practice 3, no. 2, 142-144 - 142-144. ,