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Common questions about being a Dental Receptionist

What other skills do I need to become a dental receptionist?

There are a number of other skills and personal qualities that make someone a good fit for a dental receptionist role, with the most important being good organizational skills. Keeping everything running smoothly requires a methodical approach as there are lots of jobs which need doing regularly on top of interacting with patients and helping with their queries.

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What personal qualities are needed to be a dental receptionist?

Dental receptionists also need excellent time management skills. They will need to manage their own time effectively as well as managing the schedule of one or more dentists so making sure that everything gets done within an appropriate timescale is incredibly important.

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