Dental Hygiene Program
Nanette Feil-Megill received her Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree from Columbia University’s School of Dental and Oral Surgery in New York. While attending Columbia, she was an active member in the Dental Honour Society and upon graduation her awards included: The International College of Dentistry Award and The Academy of General Dentistry Award. Following dental school, she completed a one-year dental internship at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Connecticut. Her professional experience covers several decades, starting as a dentist in New York and moving to Ottawa in 1985, where she began her teaching career in dental hygiene. She received her diploma in dental hygiene from Alqonquin College, Ottawa.
Over the past 20 years of teaching, Nanette Feil-Megill has written several teaching manuals including “Principles of Client Assessment”, “Oral Medicine” and co-author of “Pain Management for Dental Hygienist’s”. She is currently the Program Director of the dental hygiene program at CNIH.