DENTAL ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – August 24, 2018
A typical day tat the office is greeting customers, sitting them, and performing treatment with the doctor. Everyday is a learning day due. Each patient is different and with different needs. Co-workers make a great team. The hardest part of the job (and it's really not hard) is having to fill out multiple paper work for each patient with referrals, estimates of their treatment plans, and consent forms. What I enjoy most of my job is the fact that I get to teach patients how to care for their mouths as well as informing them of the different payment options to pay for their treatment.
free lunches and small bonus when we make our weekly goals
having to take long lunches, leaving work for the next day
Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – Clearwater – November 11, 2018
Manager is a disgrace actually pathetic, front desk personnel including manager always on there phones. Never heard the words that’s not my job so many times in my life. Every office should work as a team! Not this office nothing but drama going on at the front desk in Clearwater. Then you have a district manager come out once a week and every one acts differently it’s such a joke. Worst job I ever had.
Oral Surgery Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – February 22, 2018
The practice is okay to work for. Corporate dental offices ruin the consistency of what a dental practice should be. They bring you in with low or free exams only for the Dentist employed there to present high treatment plans that are fabricated.
Lead Oral Surgery Assistant (Former Employee) – Clearwater, FL/ Sarasota fl – January 4, 2017
fair pay, knowledgeable staff and doctors. the best part of the job was the ability to cross train and gain experience in the dental lab, and front office. I also enjoyed the ability to travel to other offices.