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Why Join Our Team
We're looking to hire Dental Assistants that are passionate about patient care. If this sounds like you, please apply below!
Personal experience with the doctor, comfort level to talk to the doctor about anything
In general distraction techniques and slow injections, but an overall level of friendship and comfort knowing that we are a team
We are all in this life together, friendship, understanding, compassion, empathy, cooperation, lifting each other up.
Job description :
A welcoming smile can make someone's day. At 406Dentistry, we are looking for someone who can be a part of our Front Desk Team. The front desk team would be the first to have a conversation with the patients. You will have the huge responsibility of looking into the office's flow. You need to have excellent interpersonal skills and organization skills. This is your opportunity to be a part of a brilliant team!
Your responsibilities will be:
- Answer phone calls and send emails.
- Check people in and out
- Schedule appointments.
- Call patients for appointment reminders.
- Verify Insurances.
- Greeting patients.
- Helping patients fill out their paperwork, including insurances and collecting payment.
- Prepare claims for dental insurances.
- Not disclosed
- High school diploma or equivalent (Preferred)
- Customer service experience (Preferred)
406Dentistry allows me to provide a different style of dentistry. An approachable, down to earth experience that allow patients to connect with me and be comfortable enough to be their true self. We will never pass judgment, belittle them, or berate them. No need for any patients to be concerned about their past oral health/hygiene/neglect. It is vital that they know and feel they’ve come to the right place! Absolutely, nobody will ever feel shame or guilt about their smile. As a united team, we will be focusing on the goal at hand, a happy healthy mouth and beautiful smile! Often times patients will tell me that they are so embarrassed for me to see their teeth, occasionally reluctant to open their mouth and think that I'm going to be mad at them for not taking care of their teeth, that will never happen!