Dentist

Improving lives one smile at a time.
Creating a culture of quality improvement in a patient centered dental practice.
Our mission is to create and expand access to ever improving quality dental care for Medicaid recipients and low income, uninsured persons. This care is rendered through an entrepreneurial public health model, which incorporates health education to modify behavior, and is delivered in a fashion that upholds mutual respect and improves our patients' quality of life.
Compensation
Income at or above ADA average.
Incentive pay based on production.
Benefits for full-time dentists
Health, vision and dental insurance, wellness
Potential for state or federal loan repayment
ADA/MDA dues contribution
Tax deferred retirement plans with matching contributions up to 5%
Short and long term disability
Company sponsored CE
Paid Uniforms
Flexible Spending Account
Job Specification
Must have a Dental degree (e.g., Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or equivalent) from an accredited School of Dentistry.
Typical Duties and Responsibilities
Provides quality dental services to eligible patients with skill, care and judgment.
Participates in appointment making and referral of patients to assure dental clinic productivity and appropriate management of dental patients.
Documents in the patient's medical records appropriately regarding all diagnostics, treatment plans and services delivered according to relevant MCDC policies and procedures.
Communicates dental treatment information to patients, parents and clinical staff in a clear, compassionate, and effective manner.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Exceptional human relation skills
Ability to maintain outgoing, friendly attitude with patients and staff even if under pressure
Possess physical ability and eye sight to be able to practice dentistry in a competent manner
Ability to tolerate and work with young children, even though they may be uncooperative
Ability to communicate effectively dental treatment information to patients, parents and staff



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