Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Midwest City, OK – March 19, 2018
these people are very unprofessional and they are not reliable. the doctors are always late whether there customers are there or not. They have no people skills and they don't care about anyone except for themselves.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Thornton, CO – March 7, 2018
The doctors are all wonderful.
The front manager and front staff, HORRIBLE. I would often be embarrassed by their poor customer service and lack of professionalism. I was trained by four different people who all had completely different ways of doing things which made learning very confusing. If I did something incorrectly (as a NEW employee), such as take the mail to the wrong area or accidentally misfile a chart, I would get yelled at in FRONT of patient's. I would NOT recommend working for Hunters Glen (Thornton) to anyone.
busy, every day is a different doctor. my office manager was very kind and helpful. hardest part was learning a new computer system and after a long day of seeing patient and finishing work, we have to clean the office and bathrooms before we leave.
Patient Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – February 12, 2018
Hard place to work. High volume dentistry and some treatment suggested not always needed. Long hours, job security questionable, no breaks and and no designated time for lunch. Management was basically non-existent.
Staff was friendly and welcoming. One Dr. was ok, the other really not that nice. I was told he was working on his attitude.
Nice co-workers, the money was good.
Long hours, no breaks, no real management style, lots of turnover of employees.
Orthodontic Assistant (Former Employee) – Independence, MO – December 9, 2017
Overall I wouldn’t say I was upset working here. It really was a great way to get my foot in the door working as an assistant. It gave me the stepping stones to learn everything from treating patients to placing brackets, etc. it was just coming to a point where I could have better opportunities elsewhere.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – December 4, 2017
Greet and check in patients, obtain insurance information, verify benefits, collect owed monies and properly document payment via patient chart as well as in Dentrix, update patient demographics and patient health history, responsible for open/closing of business, ensure timely distribution of incoming/ outgoing mail, follow up calls for scheduling and post op care, maintained instrument sterilization, proper stock on dental supplies cleanliness of exam rooms and patient waiting areas.
My experience working at Comfort Dental was not great. They don't pay well for as much responsibility as the assistants have. They can't keep good assistants due to that, plus they don't offer any benefits. The hours aren't any good and there isn't any room for advancement. It feels like a Dental Mill.
great place to work for, learned a lot about dental hygiene.
Sterilization Technician (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – November 24, 2017
was able to learn a lot about the dental industry, gain knowledge in dental hygiene, learned how a dental office operates and is manage on a daily basis. Was able to ensure compliance with environmental health, safety, and corporate regulations.