It doesn’t really matter if you’re an entry level Dental Assistant, Hygienist, Office Manager, the Associate Dentist or the Owner Dentist; a day spent treating Dental Patients is just plain arduous work.
If you’ve been working in a dental practice before this, then you already have a head start on your fellow new graduates. But if you haven’t, these tips may help you land that dental position.
There are a lot of qualifications that should be included in a comprehensive Dental Assistant job description. But the traits listed in this article are skills to add to your resume really stand out.
Having a great Dental Team is a critical component for Dental Practices to attract and maintain loyal patients. Unfortunately, I wasn’t very skilled at finding the right Dental Staff.
The role of a Dental Office Manager comes down to one single goal: maintaining an efficient and profitable dental practice that delivers excellent patient care. Everything a Dental Office Manager does in his or her daily role funnels down to that singular goal.
The beliefs and behaviors that determine how a Dental Team interacts and handles the business of Dentistry. Business culture can be defined by the Dental Practice owner or develop over time, but solidifies from the totality of the traits of the entire Staff the Dental Practice employs. A Dental Team’s culture can be reflected in its dress code, business hours, administrative and clinical systems, HR policies, treatment of patients, and patient satisfaction.
Many Dental Practice owners are intimidated by the price tag attached to a Dental Office Manager salary. As a business owner, it can be tempting to try to conserve finances. But sometimes it takes an investment to make a return. When you find the right employee, with the right skillset, the investment into a Dental Office Manager’s salary will bring any Dental Practice a huge return!
The American Association of Dental Office Management really knows how to bring enthusiasm and energy to their conventions .
A Dental Hygienists’ work in clinical dentistry embraces preventative health care to include cleaning teeth at all levels from health to severe disease. Further, they educate patients on proper oral hygiene procedures, and how it relates to overall health.
Becoming a temporary has a lot of advantages, and some disadvantages, at least in the beginning. Here’s the deal: When you temp there’s an initial period when you’re not well known and not working as much. Know this going in and prepare for it. It’s a little like real estate; there are busy, lucrative times and quiet periods in the market. As time goes on, if you’re good at what you do, you’ll develop a rhythm that becomes comfortable.