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Teach the staff good communication and confrontations skills. Continuing Education in active listening benefits everyone in all areas of life especially their coworkers and patients . No gossip policy .

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No problem hireing dental assistant if the apply ear worked as a DSA and have experienc without having a creticate .dsa job is not difficult at all a person can learn easily so after that he can in advance knows what the dentist needs in advance during treating a patient.i have the experience as a DSA for 14 years then I was asked to manage a cssx department soeaialized in dental instrument so I organized a different type of dental trays each type of dentistry like pedo protest perio ends and so on

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They don't care about you. Its all about the money and god forbid you have family issues or get seriously sick. They will find every way to force you to leave. So sad. Better off staying with a private practice.

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I am in the process of applying form PMO (or however they abbreviate it) and they are currently doing a background check.

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Yes. I have a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene degree from the University of Oklahoma.

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You are required to complete self-taught classes, or online videos with tests. The training is broken down into modules and done on your own time at home, unpaid.

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Based off my experience, don’t talk about future goals if the goals require your time. The manager will look at it as if you won’t be dedicated to the practice. If you really want to get your foot in the door stick to discussing your credentials and that’s it. If you are happy with where you are and have no need or want to progress in life you’ll do just fine.

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Like helping people i have been med feild for 24 years

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About a week and training takes about a year

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