Dentist Job Description Sample
Provide dental services to prisoners at assigned Correctional Facilities and other Northern Region dental clinics as assigned. These dental services include diagnosis, operative, surgical, periodontics, endodontic and prosthetic treatment.
Required Education and Experience
Possession of a Doctorate of Dental Surgery or Doctorate of Medical Dentistry degree.
Dentist-E (P15) Experience
No specific type or amount is required.
Additional Requirements and Information
Possession of a current license to practice dentistry in Michigan.
The Department of Corrections may screen out individuals who have been convicted of a felony in accordance with Public Act 191 of 2017.
An applicant who has been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony shall not be eligible for employment until one year after satisfactory completion of any sentence imposed, including parole or probation. However, an applicant with a conviction for a violation of the controlled substance act or criminal sexual conduct in any jurisdiction, including the military, will be ineligible for consideration for employment by the Department of Corrections.
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Taking Health Care to New Heights
Peak Vista Community Health Centers provides exceptional healthcare to people facing access barriers.
We are a private nonprofit dedicated to premier medical, dental and behavioral health services for people of all ages. We provide primary care services to residents of the Pikes Peak and Eastern Plains Regions through 25 outpatient health centers and are accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc. (AAAHC).
Job Summary (Essential Functions)
Dentist will provide general dental services in an ambulatory clinical setting to patients of all ages, consistent with the needs of PVCHC patients. Dental Health services shall be performed in accordance with reasonable dental standards of care as promulgated or established by PVCHC, the Colorado Dental Association, and applicable Colorado statutes and regulations. Travel to alternate dental clinic sites may be required.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Graduated from an accredited university as a Doctor in Dental Surgery or Doctor of Dental Medicine. Additional post dental school education desirable (AEGD or GPR.)Must be licensed to practice in Colorado.
- Successful candidates will need to complete pre-employment screening; which includes, but is not limited to a Criminal Background check.
Part-time, Locum contract
We are seeking qualified Dentists for a California-based locum opportunity, where you’ll have the opportunity to work on a short-term basis for one of the top facilities in the area. During this assignment, you’ll be providing dental services and direct patient care to inmates as well as clinical examination of admissions and treatment of patient needs, performing and interpreting radiographic exams as indicated. performing operative dentistries including appropriate repair of caries to alleviate pain.
You’ll see a varying amount of patients per day. You’ll be required to have the following certifications in order to be qualified for this position: Current license in the state of California, current DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) number.
- Organization provides patients with high quality healthcare and reentry services that will reduce recidivism and better the communities where we live and work
- Opportunity to be a part of the care team at one of the top correctional facilities in the state.
- Travel costs and malpractice insurance covered
- Competitive pay offered
- Opportunity to travel to new locations
- Opportunity to experience new practice settings
- NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center is seeking a full-time Dentist to work in its fast-paced dental clinic. Candidates who are looking to serve in a Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) will be pleased to know that NorthPoint's score is 23. Health care providers that help underserved communities are eligible for scholarship and loan repayment programs. Work hours for this position will be 40 hours per week with a rotating Saturday schedule.
NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center actively partners to create a healthier community and works to provide a highly desirable place for health care that values diversity/inclusion, compassion, stewardship, innovation, and integrity.
Hennepin County offers an impressive benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life, and short/long-term disability insurance, 11 paid holidays per year in addition to paid time off (PTO), paid parental leave, tuition reimbursement, a defined benefit pension plan (PERA), retirement savings programs, trade time for fitness, and many more.
Candidates with fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Somali, Russian, Oromo, French, and/or Amharic in addition to English are encouraged to apply.
The primary duties and responsibilities of this position include:
Diagnose and treat diseases, decay, and other conditions of the oral cavity.
Examine hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity and surrounding structures for disease and other abnormalities.
Perform, read, evaluate, and interpret x-ray procedures.
Chart patient's oral condition and devise treatment plans.
Administer nitrous oxide analgesia and local anesthesia.
Perform operative, endodontic, fixed and removable prosthetic, and oral surgery procedures; may perform periodontal surgery, oral biopsies, and limited orthodontic treatment.
Confer with patient and/or patient's parent or guardian regarding dental treatment plan.
Enter and retrieve information from Dentrix electronic dental records.
Best Qualified Candidates will have:
Graduated from a school of dentistry with a DMD, DDS, or equivalent dentistry degree as determined by the Minnesota Board of Dentistry for Licensure.
Possession of a valid license to practice dentistry issued by the State of Minnesota Board of Dentistry or ability to attain State of Minnesota license to practice upon employment.
Current registration with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to administer and prescribe controlled drugs.
Certification in the administration of nitrous oxide.
Using Dentrix or other electronic dental record systems.
As a dentist in a community health clinic.
Treating pedodontic patients.
Ability to respect, appreciate, and promote teamwork among diverse co-workers and patients.
Applications will be forwarded to the hiring supervisor on a regular basis. Invitations to interview will be based upon an assessment of education and experience. Posting will remain open until filled. Final candidates will be required to pass a drug test and background check. Candidates must pass a language assessment to qualify for bilingual duties and pay.
Hennepin County envisions an organization where our commitment to diversity is fundamental in providing excellent service to our community.
Dentist - Instructor
We Are Concorde
"Committed to improving futures by preparing students for success"
Concorde Career Colleges, a for-profit college providing healthcare training and education, is looking for student focused associates to join our team and contribute to the growth and success of our student population.
Our faculty provides students with the knowledge and technical skills needed to find a career in the healthcare field while instilling the integrity, discipline, team work and drive needed to be a successful professional.
If you have a passion for helping others grow and achieve their goals and are looking for a career where you can make a difference, give us a call.
WHAT'S THE JOB ALL ABOUT?
As a Dental Instructor at Concorde, you'll be required to demonstrate and model the expertise expected of a Dental Professional. You will be VISIBLE by representing Concorde in the community and most importantly, in the classroom.
As a campus Team Member, you will help students for success and achieve graduation goals. YOU WILL BE VALUED!
HOW YOU'LL SPEND YOUR DAY:
You will work with students in the classroom, evaluating, teaching and leading them through the curriculum. You will educate, direct, and inspire them along the path to accomplishing their goals and dreams. You will present the content of the curriculum, which will be provided to you, but you and your colleagues can enhance it with real life work experiences.
ALL THE THINGS YOU'LL LIKE ABOUT IT:
We want individuals who have a passion for education and the healthcare industry. As a Dental Instructor at Concorde, you will have the opportunity to make a difference in peoples' lives. You will be able to provide service not only to the students with whom you'll teach, develop and grow, but also the families of those patients within the communities they serve.
THE SKILLS THAT WILL MAKE YOU A SUCCESS:
Your determination to make a difference will be valued by our students. As a Dental educator, your experience and exceptional communication skills, coupled with your passion to teach and inspire, will be used daily to help prepare students for their new career.
Your skills will be used not only in the classroom but to also help provide tutoring when needed. Your passion and drive to make a difference will propel you to success.
3-5 years experience as a Dentist.
Current state license in good standing.
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We are seeking a bright and eager Dentist to join our team! SOME's Dental Clinic provides care to the most vulnerable sections of our population.
In our clinic we provide state of the art care to our clients. This unique part-time position works with and is trained first-hand by our Director of Dentistry. It offers the opportunity to learn, develop and give back to the community.
Position Description: The Dentist position provides outpatient dental services for SOME Dental Clinic. This position also provides diagnosis, treatment, and counseling for continued comprehensive dental care.
Schedule: Friday and Thursday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS) or Doctorate in Dental Medicine Degree (DMD); Experience treating patients with substance abuse, mental illness and Sexually Transmitted Diseases including HIV/ AIDS; supervisory experience.
Required License/Certification: CPR/First Aid, Infection Control, License to practice by District of Columbia Department of Health
Knowledge of electronic health records management
In-depth knowledge of dental care diagnostics, treatment, and standards of care.
Dental Clinic Care to include assessment, diagnosis and treatment.
To Apply: Go to our career page at
Dentist Job Summary:
Serves as a catalyst in the learning process by presenting course content in an organized and motivating way, keeps current in the chosen field of study, and responds to students as distinct individuals with varied interests, needs, and abilities.
Campus: Metro Classification:
Other Position Type: Part-time Faculty Curricular: Dental Hygiene If Faculty, Contract Length:
Job Code Number: Dentist-6-17
Master's degree in the appropriate field of study with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the field of study.
Philosophy compatible with that of a comprehensive urban community college.
Minimum Salary: Salary based on course contract Work Schedule:
PRN Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00
Posting Date: 06/06/2017 Closing Date: Open Until Filled: Yes Special Instructions to Applicants:
Must have current unrestricted Oklahoma dental licensure and malpractice insurance. Copy of license must be provided.
Part-time Instructor postings are ongoing pooled positions A teaching assignment may or may not be available of this date. Potential part-time instructors will be contacted as teaching assignments become available. Your application will remain on file and be reviewed on an as needed basis throughout fiscal year 2012-2013*
Advertised Department: Allied Health Division
- Responsible for performing a broad range of duties in the treatment of dental diseases requiring knowledge and experience to perform independently.
1.Graduation from an accredited dental school.
2.Current Alaska licensure or current State licensure (for Corp staff) to practice dentistry.
3.Completion of an approved residency training program preferred and required for specialty dentistry positions. Must be board certified or board eligible.
4.Certification in BLS is required.
5.ACLS, NRP, ATLS, ALSO and PALS as required for specialty.
Provides quality dental care to all patients in accordance with the principle of ethics and code of professional conduct of theADAand New York State Dental Association.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Develops, implements, and modifies appropriate and effective patient care plans including diagnostic procedures, therapies, consultations, and outcomes.
Patient care including general dentistry, diagnostic, preventive and restorative services.
Refers patients to appropriate care providers for evaluation or assistance as needed.
Maintains concise, adequate, and legible documentation of patient care including medications, allergies, subjective and objective data, assessment, diagnostic procedures, interpretation of lab, x-rays, and treatment plans.
Monitors dental standards of care through Quality Assurance and Peer Review Audits
Provides patient education including diagnosis, treatment plan, and prognosis.
Assures that patient calls are returned in a timely and appropriate manner.
Communicates well with both patients and staff in a respectful, friendly manner.
Signs charts and completes all required documentation in timely fashion.
Regular attendance is required.
Attends staff meetings as required.
Performs other relevant duties as assigned or requested.
Physical Demands: Requires period of sitting, standing, walking, bending and stooping.
Significant job stress may be associated with the position. Evening work may be required.
Salary Status: Salary; exempt
Dental Medicine degree from an accredited University.
Dental License Registration and DEA Certificate for the state ofNew York. One (1) year experience as a staff dentist. Computer literacy. Proficiency in MS Word and Outlook.
Dental Medicine degree from an accredited University.
Dental License Registration and DEA Certificate for the state ofNew York. Three (3) years experience as a staff dentist. Memberships to Dental Associations.
Computer literacy. Proficiency in MS Word and Outlook.
Overview and Qualifications
Provide direct patient care to patients aged 6 months - 18 years, i.) Comprehensive dental rehabilitation in the Operating Room (OR) of 4 hospitals; ii.) Outpatient care from 2 mobile dental offices (the ToothBuses). Involved in: i.) Clinical protocol development; ii.) Patient and community education; iii.) Advocacy, and iv.) Emergency Room Call.
Required Education: Graduation from an accredited school of dentistry.
Preferred Education: Two year post graduate residency (general, hospital or pediatric)
Required License: NC Board Certification
Preferred License: Two year post graduate residency (general, hospital or pediatric)
Required Experience: Experience with Treatment under general anesthesia.
Preferred Experience: One-year clinical experience beyond dental school in pediatric or public health setting.
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