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Whatever numbers they expect the Dr.to do where I was,almost impossible to obtain,way to clicky with the assistants,and most are lazy anyway,they are not educated beyond their spectrum,which I most certainly am,so it was a very difficult environment.that "dos" computer program went out with me dark Ages

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Fast pace,but no one wants to do sterilization so I made sure, especially the hygienists, had what they needed.lots of laziness!

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Very fast paced, multi-specialty providers as well as general dentistry. The specialists cared very much about their patients and provided the best care, The general dentistist had to work fast and were not able to spend as much time as they needed with the patients. Hygienists had to educate the patients about oral health care,

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I feel that Smile Brands is a good company. But there is a LOT of offices where the work culture is ToXic , poor management, favoritism , Brown nosing, maliciousness , Unethical environment... I have more stressful days do to LACK of team support .. the ENTIRE Inland Empire/ San Diego region

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If you have a diva as a doctor forget it. Patients will be waiting about an hour so she can come back to reality and be reminded she’s a doctor.

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I work as a temp. First time temp for Smile Brands, but am an experienced RDA. This was my first ever assignment with them, as well my last. That is all.

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Fast paced

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It's all about the numbers. The more patients the better. This takes from patient care because you can't get through a face-to-face conversation without the phone interrupting you.

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Very fast paced. Almost impossible sometimes. Multiple patients at once with no time to clean rooms and catch up on things most of the the. Be prepared!

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An on going steady pace

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