Career Openings

We are a fast growing practice that uses state-of-the-art technology to provide our patients with the best possible service in the industry. We are looking for a responsible, reliable, self-motivated individual to work in our fast-paced but fun office environment.

Dental Assistant

Description:
Work with supervisors to provide the best possible patient experience
Document clinical notes and procedures in the computer
Assist dentist with chair side procedures
Qualifications:
Computer literacy
Good written and verbal communication skills
EDDA certification
TO APPLY:


STEP 1) E-mail resume to: jobindentistry@gmail.com
STEP 2) Please click on the following link to the pre-employment test for this position:
http://www.ondemandassessment.com/verify/apply/DBRqeD/hbCnEPa
Only complete the pre-employment test one time, as multiple test submissions will disqualify your application.


Assist To Succeed
Dental Assisting School

Time: Classes run from 8am to 5pm on Saturday’s. All classes mandatory.

Tuition: $2,500. Financing options available. Call for details.

Books: All books are included.

Supplies: All supplies are included.

Instructors: The course is directed by currently practicing doctors. Other instructors and teachers aids are experienced dental assistants who have had thousands of hours and years of experience.

Hands-on experience: Because dental assisting is a “hands on” work environment, course is designed to focus on developing those skills.

Certification: A dental assistant must be certified in order to complete the radiology tasks required. Upon completion of this course, students will obtain radiology certification.

FAQ

– How long are classes?

Classes run every Saturday from 8am-5pm for 10 weekends. Personal study time during the week is required.

– Are books and supplies included in tuition?

Yes! We believe if you pay for tuition there should be no extra charge for anything.

– Is there an age limit?

No! Anyone with good dexterity and general good health can be a dental assistant with the right training.

– Can a “front office” dental employee benefit?

Absolutely! The more dental knowledge an employee has the more valuable they become! Imagine having the flexibility to do everything in a dental office!