FRONT DESK COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – West Roxbury, MA – November 5, 2015
To work at this particular office was chaos. The doctor was constantly between mood swings, and as someone training, which most of the front desk candidates had been in my short time there, (and there were many), he was impatient and easily offset into anger. He would raise his voice not only at the employees, but at the patients. Many other employees had come and gone within my short time there, even a hygienist of nearly 10 years had to leave because it had gotten so bad. When I came into the office, I was replacing someone who was moving away to help cope with the stress that the office had put her under, causing many health issues. I hope that this place grows into something much more than what it was in my time there.
front and back office dental assistant (Former Employee) – South Gate, CA – October 19, 2015
I would start my day by checking how many patients would be coming in through out the my shift. I would also have to prepare the patients rooms first and then when the patients would start coming in i would have to check the patients insurance and see if they have the benefits and eligibility for the patients treatment work. I work alone a part time job at this moment and would have to do both back and front office, the only days i would have a co-worker would be on Saturday and Sunday.
Front Desk Associate (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – June 7, 2016
This job was great for the fast paced environment, while working with multiple doctors and Hygienists . I would do anything from checking patients in and getting them comfortable, sending referral information, to doing treatment plans, scheduling and financing. The atmosphere was very comforting and all of the employees were family. The hardest part of the job, is seeing people going through painful situations that could have been prevented if they had been to us earlier. The best part was loving my job and all of the people that came with it, including the doctors and staff, all the way to making a connection and building a relationship with my patients. I love dental and that's why I want to stick with what I know, and am good at!
My day started by sweeping and moping the floor and sterilizing all dental tools. Followed by taking in patient's insurance information and calling them in to a room. While the patient waited for the Doctor, i would take x-rays if needed or try make the patient feel more relaxed and comfortable when they seemed nervous.
Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Natchez, MS – April 29, 2016
A typical work day at the dentist office goes by very smoothly. The workers all work together with each other, and patients are always satisfied with the work being done, and with the staff. Office is always clean and orderly. The hardest part of the job would have to be working with a difficult patient, but staff, and myself included always make sure to remain professional and respectable. I learned how to control emotions and how to work with others that are different from the way I do things. It taught me how to communicate better with my co-workers and my boss. It was an overall great experience, and I took great pride in my job the time I was there.
Expanded Functions Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Frankfort, KY – June 7, 2016
I assisted a great doctor. I also got to help 3 other great doctors when they needed help or if the assistant was to get behind. This was my first IV sedation office. Surgery every morning and fillings & crowns all afternoon. They taught me so much. I planned on this being my forever dental home. Business partners had a hard time agreeing on anything and out went my doctor.
Practice Administrator I (Former Employee) – Cumming, GA – October 12, 2016
work management of employees and patient care. office job. learned about leadership, management and forecasting for future business. co-workers 8 of them. hardest part was the stress of not taking home your work. enjoyable part was caring for others
Dental Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – August 8, 2016
One of the best jobs i've had. A typical day at work doesn't exactly feel like work. It was so much fun to be a part of this team. I've learned so much from the doctor. Co-workers felt more like family. The most enjoyable part of my job was caring for our patients. Teaching them all i know about oral health.
Dental Assistant (Current Employee) – Evergreen Park, IL – August 12, 2016
Working with this company is fun, my employees and patients make it fun. We are always learning something new weather its new dental material or working with a new doctor. I think that learning is always fun.
free lunch if you go oick up foodd for the doctors
Assistant to Dentist in 4 handed dentistry (Former Employee) – Gulfport, MS – May 10, 2015
Typical day consisted of, my opening of practice and listening to the answering machine to make sure there were no cancelations. If there were, I would schedule patients from cancelation list. Run autoclave. Set up operatories. Begin receiving patients; prep them and then bring in doctor. Assist in all procedures. Document all procedures in records. Turn over room. Repeat. Learned how to calm extremely fearful and nervous patients. Not every dentist should try to be a manager. Loved working as a team member High stress. Most enjoyable part of the job was the camaraderie with co-workers.
I lived only 1 mile from the office, going to lunch as an office when celebrating an employees birthday; the doctor's treat.
Family Dentistry is overall a great workplace. The doctors and staff are very nice, helpful and explanatory. The best part is the company name speaks for itself, many families welcome us. Seeing our patients or getting to know our patients is what makes this job amazing.
Corporate Office that solitified my desire for helping my patients
Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – East Peoria, IL – July 14, 2016
I have the upmost respect and love for this office family. The drive to be accessible to their patients is admirable. The days tended to be long and extremely busy, but the entire staff was there for the patient, so it never seemed like "work"
Chicago, Il. Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 19, 2016
Meet lots of people and learned a lot! I had the opportunity to work in many areas of the office which included, front desk, marketing and collection. We did a lot of role playing to help with collections and patient care.