North American Dental Group Expanded Functions Dental Assistant in Valparaiso, Indiana

Our practice delivers the best clinical care for our patients and provides the best environment. It is important for patients to know we care and will support them in getting healthy. We are currently hiring for an expanded functions dental assistant that shares these goals and is compassionate in helping patients.

  • Provide assistance to Dentists during procedures including preparation and documentation

  • Assist with clinical procedures such as: composite fillings, adaptation of temporary crowns, removing surgical sutures, and applying topical fluoride treatments per state requirements

  • Educate patients on their treatment plans as well as maintaining their oral health

  • Prepare treatment estimates for review and discussion with patient

  • Expose and develop dental diagnostic radiographs

  • Ensure compliance with all regulations and safety requirements

  • Perform proper operation and maintenance of dental equipment

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment possessing excellent interpersonal and organizational skills establishing positive relationships

  • EFDA Certification or on the job trained and radiography licensure per state requirements

  • Knowledge of dental charting software and digital x-rays with the ability to learn new programs as necessary

  • Commitment to providing exceptional service, support, and education to patients

An Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Job ID: 2018-2461

External Company Name: North American Dental Group

External Company URL: http://www.nadentalgroup.com

Street: 503 Silhavy Rd.

Overview:

Our practice delivers the best clinical care for our patients and provides the best environment. It is important for patients to know we care and will support them in getting healthy. We are currently hiring for an expanded functions dental assistant that shares these goals and is compassionate in helping patients.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide assistance to Dentists during procedures including preparation and documentation

  • Assist with clinical procedures such as: composite fillings, adaptation of temporary crowns, removing surgical sutures, and applying topical fluoride treatments per state requirements

  • Educate patients on their treatment plans as well as maintaining their oral health

  • Prepare treatment estimates for review and discussion with patient

  • Expose and develop dental diagnostic radiographs

  • Ensure compliance with all regulations and safety requirements

  • Perform proper operation and maintenance of dental equipment

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment possessing excellent interpersonal and organizational skills establishing positive relationships

Qualifications:

  • EFDA Certification or on the job trained and radiography licensure per state requirements

  • Knowledge of dental charting software and digital x-rays with the ability to learn new programs as necessary

  • Commitment to providing exceptional service, support, and education to patients

An Equal Opportunity Employer.

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