Amanda Zubricki, RDH, BS

Amanda Zubricki RDH, BS

✍️ Author 🦷 Dental Hygienist
Expertise Patient Education
  • Towson University
  • Northern Virginia Community College



Amanda became a licensed dental hygienist in 2017 and has been practicing as a clinical dental hygienist ever since.  Amanda was born profoundly deaf but has never let it get her way! Amanda is a new mom to a beautiful baby girl, so has added motherhood to her resume. Outside of work and “mom-ing”, she enjoys developing and sharing content for her blog (, advocating for inclusion in the general public and workforce on social media, and inspiring individuals alike.


Amanda graduated from Towson University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. After graduating she spent several years working with special needs children. Amanda later returned to school to pursue a degree in dental hygiene at Northern Virginia Community College. 

About Teeth Talk was created by a passionate dental hygienist, Whitney DiFoggio, BS, RDH.  Whitney’s journey of spreading dental health awareness began on the YouTube platform — where she continues to create educational videos for the public. 

Dentistry is not a one-size-fits-all!  From discovering the best dental floss to understanding dental treatment options, our goal is to provide you with information to take an active role in your oral health. Learn more about us!

Recent Articles From Amanda Zubricki RDH, BS

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Can I Become a Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing Dental Professional?

Amanda Zubricki, RDH, BS shares resources pertaining to how the deaf or hard of hearing can enter the dental profession.

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5 Ways To Keep Your Kid’s Teeth Healthy During The Holidays

Amanda Zubricki, RDH, BS shares tips on keeping your children’s teeth healthy during the holiday season! Don’t stress and prevention is key.

dental hygienist communicating with patient

"Can you repeat that?" | Tips for Communicating with your Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing Patients

For the deaf and hard-of-hearing community that relies on visual cues and lip-reading for communication, it can be difficult to visit the dentist.