Paige McEvoy, RDH, is an assistant professor of the dental hygiene program at CCD and the first-year clinic coordinator. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with an emphasis in management, an Associate of Applied Sciences in Dental Hygiene, as well as a master’s candidate of dental hygiene, expected May 2016.
Currently, she coordinates the first-year dental hygiene students to prepare them for their profession, graduation and boards via introduction to their fundamental clinical skills. She also teaches radiology, periodontics, lasers, and nitrous oxide sedation courses, as well as teach in the local anesthesia lab. In addition to teaching to our active students, Paige also directs the CCD Dental Hygiene Center for Continuing Education Excellence helping to teach and coordinate continuing education curricula for practicing clinicians.
Prior to becoming a full-time faculty member, she was an adjunct for three years, and before that she was a registered dental hygienist. She is also a board member of the Gubernatorial Appointee Colorado State Dental Board.
At home, Paige has a dog named Saturn Pickles and she enjoys gardening, and spending time with family and friends.