As a Dental Assistant, you’ll work chairside with our practice dentists, or travel with specialists as they care for patients. You’ll educate patients on proper dental hygiene and oral care following their procedures. You’ll learn. You’ll grow. You’ll gain a better understanding of the different roles in dentistry and which career paths appeal most to you. With hands-on training from the best in the business, you'll be well on your way to a rewarding career in dentistry.
Hygienist are valued team members who play an integral role in patient care and treatment. Working closely with your practice dentists, you'll provide critical information and insight about your patients to guide treatment decisions. You’ll be the front line of the dental practice, the kind heart with gentle hands. You’ll be all those little things that go a long way. And in the communities we serve, your patients will never take it for granted.
Dental Front Office
As a member of the Dental practice front office team, you’ll be helping practices give America a healthy mouth. Whether you serve as a patient field representative, office manager, field manager or in one of the many roles at our Dental Office Support you’ll be counted on to keep our business running so our practices can provide the best care for our patients. While you support a dental practice, you will be receive training, good earning potential, and opportunities for growth.
Dentists are specialists in the field of dentistry. Tartar is removed, cavities are filled, and shattered teeth are repaired. Dentists diagnose and treat disorders involving patients' teeth, gums, and other oral structures. They offer tips and instructions on how to properly care for one's teeth and gums, as well as diet choices that affect oral health.
The orthodontic assistant's role is to make minor modifications to a patient's corrective tools, such as aligners, braces, or expanders, after they've been fitted. Replacement or cutting of wires, refitting of brace bands, and tightening of correction coils are all common procedures.
A dental receptionist's job is to ensure that a dental office's operations operate smoothly so that dental practitioners can focus on patient care and dental treatment. A Dental Receptionist's responsibilities include greeting patients when they arrive and answering phones.