This study was conducted to confirm the relevance of job stress, job satisfaction, organizational communication and turnover intention and to identify the factors that influence turnover intention of dental hygienists. Data were collected from May 2nd to May 17th, 2020, and were conducted for 159 dental hygienists working in dental clinics and clinics. Data were analyzed using IBM SPSS 20.0. As a result of the analysis, there was a positive correlation between turnover intention and job stress, and negative correlation between turnover intention, job satisfaction and organizational communication. After correcting the demographic variables of the subjects, it was found that job stress, job satisfaction, and organizational communication accounted for 35.4% of turnover intention and job stress was found to significantly affect turnover intention. Therefore, it is required to develop and implement a program that helps to reduce job stress that affects job turnover intention.