Insurance Biller (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – May 21, 2017
It was stressful working for several different doctors and having to make sure they were all happy, but it was a laid back and fun environment to be in. I learned a lot about billing insurance and was able to see how a variety of insurances worked.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – May 19, 2017
I applied for this position on april 18 . i did get a call back very quick. The training was minimal the first week and half since its a bearly new clinic. by the end of second week i was treated poorly by Daisy the so called person who was training me. I had the phone snached out of my hand at on point. Yes i wanted the expierence but not at the cost of being mistreated or belittled . Not for no $10 an hour . no thank you
Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – May 17, 2017
It's a great place to get a well rounded experience. They do everything procedure wise at a fast pace. They don't pay very well. There's not really a sense of management, it's the Doctor that's in charge. So it's similar to a privately owned office.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – May 16, 2017
Busy, busy, busy all day long but it was great. Office staff were fun and comical but professional when needed to be as well. Dr's were easy going but you had to be on the ball to keep up with them and make sure that they stay on time with their patients. Dental techs were also great to work with. Overall, it was a good experience with the stress involved
Short breaks, no downtime, crazy busy all day lomg
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – May 10, 2017
It was fun when it first started,I learned alot from the dentists. There was not really a management team. The workplace was a quiet astomphere. The hardest part of the job was peoples insurance. I enjoyed talked to the patients.
Dental Hygienist (Current Employee) – Frederick, CO – April 19, 2017
hygiene work is basically accelerated hygiene.can be productive if you see many patients. since ins has $ limits, hygiene is competeing with doctor. you need to be available everyday, all day, to actually make this job pay well. long hours,sometimes no hours, stressful.
A typical day at work includes being yelled at, dealing with grumpy doctors, having passive aggressive coworkers. If you make a slight mistake a doctor is bound to call you stupid in front of patients..
everyone is nice. Its just fast paced and if youre not use to dental asst quickly it will be a hassle, but if you know most things and experienced you should be able to handle this fast pace environment. The staff is for the most part friendly and understanding. The Dentist are nice and patient as well. Just dont make a habit of forgetting or messing up constantly. Focus and pay attention.
sometimes free lunches, office parties, fellow coworkers are very nice
sometimes very short or no breaks, hours varies even if you apply fulltime
Dental Receptionist (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – January 31, 2017
its ok, very busy, no leadership, small compact space for two receptionists who are bumping into each other at every turn, not enough training time, friendly employees, great clients, never came across anyone who was rude, convenient locations and starting hours. great overtime
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – January 13, 2017
I had loved working for Comfort Dental. I had a problem with one of the doctors. That doctor did not like the ideal that I was getting close with the other doctors. Because of that she made it hard for me to work with her.
For the most part a good group of people to work with. Training Very minimal and limited. Main billing allowed to come and go as please no set hours. Lots of personal issues brought to work. Not professional and more of a bill collector attitude. Unwilling to work hours for you in return as you worked for her. During interview raises are brought up as well as so called bonuses but neither exist. Bonus has never been implimated in the office. Over all did not learn much but meet some great woman in the office. Realistically the office would run much smother and moral would be better if they would have someone come in and train in a professional manner that has been doing billing longer then 8 months and also has a billing/verification/authorization/customer service back ground in dental.
A team oriented work environment with great doctors and staff. This place trained me and got me certified to become a Dental Assistant. They started me off at beginners pay but with my work improvement they gave me generous raises which I really appreciate.
Very friendly work environment. Met the needs of every patient.
Dental Assistant Extern (Former Employee) – Baldwin Park, CA – December 3, 2016
At comfort dental i was able to use the skills that I've learn while going to school, also my co-workers were amazing and always showed me if i had trouble doing something one way to try another way which was really helpful. A days work was super fast, making sure the pt was comfortable and assisting the Dr. What i really loved was at the end of every appointment or new pt no matter how much they didnt feel good or whatever the case was they always left with a smile or a soft hand shake knowing they were tooken care of.