Receptionist (Former Employee) – Chicago Heights, IL – June 29, 2018
Typical day at work was stressful patients were very rude. But understandable due to having to wait for hours because owners wanted to triple schedule. Business was unprofessional , owners were more money hungry than anything. Really didn’t train me threw me at everything so then I would learn .
Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Whitehall Township, PA – June 27, 2018
Bad management, unprofessional dentists. Cant even understand them. Couldn't even tell me to my face that I didn't meet their standards, but kept on telling me to come in. Dont have patience at all to train. Was hired knowing I had no experience.
Lead Receptionist/Medical Biller (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA 19148 – June 22, 2018
I worked for them for almost two years never got a raise and the management within the office were okay. However regional management would place extra pressure on us to complete a quota but never really helped on how to do it.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Leominster – June 19, 2018
TERRIBLE!!!! Company to work for. Boss was childish, didnt know how to manage an office. Lied about pay hours. Patients were great! Staffing and everything about the company itself????absolutely terribly
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Aurora, IL – June 6, 2018
The company is a good way to earn experience. However, the environment, management, and stress are not worth it in the long run. And you only get one twenty minute break even if you're working a 12 hour shift.
DDS (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – May 24, 2018
i worked 5.5 years for this company as a dentist. because of company model, it creates environment that is unorganized and stressful for dentists. staff members try their best to work as little as possible. so most of the times, dentists are left to work by themselves. very under staffed. but even if there are enough people there, they are not motivated to work. only focused on numbers of patient count and production. does not care about patient experience. they schedule patients to stuff the schedule without any organization, 50~60% no show. when the patients do show, dentists have to juggle dozens of patients in few hours and do all their work when they are there. dentist don't get any lunch break, so frequently, i never get to eat. the compensation is ok. but not worth it for me. also the treatment you get to do in this company is limited. (no veneers, no implant crowns, no implant placement, no invisilign, no pedo ssc) so there is limit to your growth as a dentist. but if you are just looking to make some money, and some experience, this is not a bad deal.
Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 22, 2018
I give this company a bad review. poor management, not a professional setting. But i did learn a lot of good skills that would help me to advance me to a better position in the dental field. The hardest part of my job was the lack of communication between supervisors employees and dentist and lack of organisation with employees and patients. The most employable part of this job was that i was able to give make my opinions and ideas to accomplish better service to our patients.
My first manager here was great and considerate of the employees, but the two managers following her leave have been intolerable. Corporate fires people for small and uncontrollable things, like a miscarriage. If my coworkers were not as amazing as they are, I would have left long ago because of the stress, long work days, and low pay with little recognition or advancement. You also receive no benefits.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 3, 2018
Dont work there. Horrible management, unprofessional culture, no career prospect, disrespectful to employees, low pay, no benefits. Extremely high turn over. People want to get out as fast as they can.
Dental Office Receptionist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 5, 2018
My overall experience with the company was pretty much wonderful. i would come in and check my schedule for the next the day to make a reminder call to my patients that they have an upcoming appointment. I would then check in my patients upon arrival to appointment for the day of! checking an patient in means verifying insurance to make sure patient is eligible to be seen! i would then take out my call log for the day in between patients i would go to my smart doc and try to schedule at least 300n or more patients to com back or there 6months routine cleaning! and the list goes on!
Dental Assistant (Current Employee) – Cicero, IL – April 3, 2018
its hard working in there because managment is poor and the paid its not good for all the things we do , they don't care about the assistants they just want to make money , and the communication its bad , the only good thing about the place are the doctors and the assistants