Jennifer Post, M.D.H.
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Division of Dental Hygiene
Department of Primary Dental Care
Psychology, B.A., University of South Dakota, 1996 - Dental Hygiene, B.D.H., University of South Dakota, 1999
Dental Hygiene, M.D.H., University of Minnesota, 2013
Nursing, Associate's Degree, University of South Dakota, 1996
8-525A Moos Tower
515 Delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Ms. Post is a native of South Dakota. She completed degrees in nursing and psychology before deciding on a career in dental hygiene. She has practiced clinically since 1999. In 2013 she completed her Masters degree in dental hygiene with an emphasis on adult education from the University of Minnesota. Ms. Post joined the faculty part-time in 2011. Her research explores utilizing dental assistants and dental hygienists to perform restorative functions as a way of increasing productivity and efficiency in the dental office. She enjoys teaching preclinical dental hygiene, pediatric dentistry and working in the clinic with students. Ms. Post was named the 2013 pre-clinical faculty of the year for dental therpy.
Restorative Function utilization among allied dental personnel
Practice efficiency and productivity through the implementation of expanded roles for dental team members
National Oral Health Conference Poster presentation April 2013. “Determining the Usage Rates of Restorative Functions Among Allied Dental Health Practitioners in Minnesota”.