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Four (4) Positions Available for Dental Assistants - Full time
Location: New York NY (Grand Central area)
This company makes dental care about the patient's entire well-being. With doctors you love, technology that eases, and an environment that soothes, they turn every moment of a visit into a "whole-you" wellness experience.
Employees are provided a comprehensive benefits & perks program including employer-sponsored healthcare coverage, 401(k) with an employer match, generous paid time off, a pre-tax commuter benefit, and more!
• General Dentistry Environment
• They are FULLY DIGITAL (Candidates will be trained on the technology)
• You'll work in fast-paced environment
• NEW Office Location!
Requirements: • High School/GED
• Licensed Dental Assistant (required)
• 3-5 years of experience in a Dental/Healthcare setting
• Experience with Digital Equipment preferred (they are all digital in this office)
• Experience working in large dental offices
Send resumes to: https://relode.co/KO3XQYE
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My little sister graduate as a dental assistant she did get a job with a private dental office then with in two weeks she got fired she's says she was two minutes late and that's why she got fired now she has to all the stuff she needs or they require cause she graduated in AZ trying transfer in NM.
It's been a few years since I worked in NC so I started at Bemis but trying to get back in to dental assistant work. I love dental work and feel it is time to try my luck.
My advice to people interested in working at #AffordableDentureCenter as a #DentalAssistant,DentalTech ...
Give it your all. You are making a huge difference in people's lives with everything you do for them. Be kind, patient and courteous. When you see someone else getting frustrated, STOP WHAT YOU'RE DOING!!!! Try and help another by using kind words of encouragement or help them with something they can't mentally or physically handle at the time
Hi I need some advice from experienced dental assistants, or even anyone that may give some advice. I will try to make this short even though it seems hard because I have so many things going on at the same time.
I have been a dental assistant for 15 years with a gap of 5 years unemployed because I was ill with an autoimmune disease. I was finally able to get Job as a dental assistant still getting paid the same I made 8 years ago I’m content considering the situation. My dilemma is that where I work there is no room or opportunity for growth, no benefits just paid 2 weeks vacation and sick days. We get free dental treatments, that’s about it.
I did some research and found out that my pay is way below average for my years of experience in the area I work at. I feel unappreciated by my coworkers, there is a lot of animosity is the clinic, and I believe this is because we are all women no man here. I really enjoy working with the female doctor I work with, she is the nicest dentist I have ever worked with, but her staff is ruining it for me as I am the new one here and the manager doesn’t like me. I’m still employed because the doctor owns the clinic and I sense she appreciates my assistance.
I feel torn between several feelings of wanting to grow and move on, and the fear of trying a career change that I may later regret and or not be able to accomplish because of my language barrier. I can’t afford to go to college as my daughter is soon going to college and my husband and I just bought a home, beside I’m so pass the curve for college. I’m at a 7th grade math and language level to give you an idea, as my first language is Spanish.
I thought about getting some training for nitrous sedation and maybe taking a course in Billing and coding to make myself more appealing to employers, but I realized that my career choice has a pay limit and may be shooting myself by adding more skills that would add more work for me in the future and never get paid more than a certain amount.
What would you advise for me be. I realize that wherever I go it will be the same office environment because dental offices are full of women mainly and my previous experience with male doctor never went well. I hate the “good old boys club” environments and to me it’s something I would never want to go back to.
Sincerely feeling hopeless.
My advice to people interested in working at #AlpharettaChildrenâ€™sDentistry as a #DentalAssistant ...
To watch your back, they will give you the impression of being one big happy family, but everyone is out for themselves and will throw you under the bus first chance!
Being tired and frustrated one day, and maybe I vented to a co-worker, and it gets back to a superior and my words were all misconstrued!!
Staying there too many years and thinking I was actually appreciated for my abilities. Nothing could have been further from the truth.