Entry Level Dental Hygienist Cover Letter No Experience

Updated on: May 5, 2021

Your dental hygienist cover letter should be able to say, “Don’t look further because I am the one you want to hire”. Yes, even if you are applying for an entry-level dental hygienist position.

Hiring managers receive dozens of cover letters during each recruitment process. And you do not want your cover letter to be just a common one in the pile. So make sure that you spend time writing a cover letter.

Even if you have a referral or you have networked your way into finding a job opening, you still need a strong cover letter. Networks and referrals can only take you as far as getting you in touch with hiring managers. The rest is up to you – and of course your application documents, particularly the cover letter and resume.

Let us take a look at the following cover letter for an entry-level dental hygienist position:

Entry Level Dental Hygienist No Experience Cover Letter Sample

Jennifer Craven
325 T. 6th Street
Hallowell, ME 40212
(444) 444-4444
Jennifer @ email . com

May 5, 2021

Ms. Felicity Rhodes
Human Resources Manager 
Western Dental Center
580 Central Street
Hallowell, ME 41922

Dear Ms. Rhodes:

As a recent dental hygiene graduate from the Hallowell Dental College, I am eager to work for Western Dental Center in the capacity of a Dental Hygienist. My genuine passion and deep commitment to providing excellent dental hygiene service make me an exceptional contender.

Through my education and internship experience, I developed skills and knowledge in the following areas:

  • Ensuring patients feel comfortable before their examination
  • Conducting initial mouth screenings
  • Checking oral health history
  • Identifying conditions like gingivitis, caries, or periodontitis
  • Cleaning patients’ teeth
  • Removing plaque and applying fluoride
  • Educating patients on proper teeth care
  • Sterilizing dental instruments properly
  • Taking X-rays or dental impressions
  • Maintaining charts of each patient

Moreover, I am able to work in a fast-paced dental office. My teachers recognized me as a capable, thorough, and friendly person who can work well in a team. 

Confident that I can contribute significantly to your team, I’d like to meet with you or have a telephonic interview with you. Thank you for your time and consideration.


Jennifer Craven