Dental Assistant Jobs in Evansville, Indiana
Dental Assistant Position Summary: We have part-time direct placement job openings for dental assistants. Qualifications: Must be certified or have a minimum of two years dental assisting experience Knowledge of dental assistant procedures and terminology Excellent communication and patient care skills Friendly, positive demeanor Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills Good ...
Aspen Dental Evansville, IN, 47712
Position Summary: Aspen Dental is on a mission to give America a healthy mouth. By joining Aspen Dental you are not only making a statement that you are committed to providing quality care but you are also becoming a part of a collaborative network of dental professionals. For an estimated 47 million Americans, lack of access to affordable dental care is a real problem and by aligning with Aspen ...
Dental post Evansville, IN
St. Mary's Dental Care for Kids prides itself on being a full service dental office. We are focused on the healthy future of the children of our community who are currently not seeing a dentist or not being provided quality dental care that is accessible to the family. We are looking for a Part-time dentist for our mobile clinic to provide general dental patient care. Coverage needed, Wednesd...
Title: Dentist, PT City, State: Evansville, IN Location: St Mary's Health System Department: Mobile Dental Lab Additional Job Details: PRN Days Marketing Statement St. Mary’s Health, in partnership with St. Vincent in Indianapolis, is a member of Ascension Health – the nation’s largest Catholic and non-profit health system. We are a faith-based health ministry serving communities in Indiana,...
Title: Dentist, PT City, State: Evansville, IN Location: St Mary's Health System Department: Mobile Dental Lab Additional Job Details: Part Time, Days, 16 Hours Bi-Weekly Marketing Statement St. Mary’s Health, in partnership with St. Vincent in Indianapolis, is a member of Ascension Health – the nation’s largest Catholic and non-profit health system. We are a faith-based health ministry serv...
Kool Smiles Evansville, IN, 47712
Here at Kool Smiles, our teams don’t just shape smiles – they shape the lives of families every single day. Working at Kool Smiles means being challenged, having fun, and being proud of what you do. It means being a mentor, being a friend, and being part of a change that starts with every child. We are the nation’s leader in quality dental care to underserved kids, teens, and adults. Our compassio...
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$20,800.00 - $45,760.00
Typical Salary for Dental Assistant in Evansville
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Education / Training
Some College Coursework Completed
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Supports dental care delivery by preparing treatment room, patient, instruments, and materials; passing instruments and materials; performing procedures in compliance with the dental practice act.
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Creating a Safe, Effective Environment
Dental Health Maintenance
Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols.
Conserves dental resources by using equipment and supplies as needed to accomplish job results.
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