We are a well-established practice, with a kind, positive work environment, and we are committed to having a caring team that helps provide the best quality of care for our wonderful family of patients. We value compassionate, honest, and long-lasting relationships with our patients and team members. When you visit the dentist for a check-up and teeth cleaning, your hygienist clears out the bacteria in your mouth, essentially giving you a fresh start. They also look for signs of problems and advise you about steps you can take to improve your oral health. Being proactive is especially important if you have a chronic health condition that puts you at risk.
Successful individuals in our team possess a positive disposition, professional attitude, a great smile, and a polished appearance. It is imperative to have the ability to think independently, to find solutions, and contribute to the advancement of the practice. Our team members have the drive to achieve new goals and go the extra mile to be extraordinary.
If you are interested in learning more about the current career opportunities, read below to see open positions.
Verber Dental is looking for Full-Time Dental Hygienists to join our team! We are a well-established practice, with a kind, positive work environment, and we are hoping to bring on a caring team member to join us in providing care for our wonderful family of patients. We value compassionate, honest, and long-lasting relationships with our patients and team members, and would like to find someone with the same mindset to join our close-knit group.
Dental hygienists are licensed professionals who work with dental teams to help patients maintain and improve their oral health. They work alongside our talented dentists to provide necessary preventative care services and streamline appointments to improve the overall patient experience.
Our dental hygienists are backed with extensive education and training to ensure that you receive the most extraordinary service while making you a priority. At Verber Dental, you can expect customized, comprehensive care to address your particular needs.
This person will be responsible for a variety of patient-facing and administrative duties, including answering phones, communicating with patients, updating records, insurance verification, appointment scheduling, payment processing, and treatment planning estimates.
Expanded Functions Dental Assistants:
As an Expanded Functions Dental Assistant, you will work very closely with the dentist and team in ensuring high quality patient care, including duties such as:
- Assist the dentist during a variety of treatment procedures
- Placement, finishing, and polishing of amalgam, composite and intermediate restorations
- Take dental radiographs (x-rays)
- Provide patients with instructions for oral care following all dental treatment procedures
- Set up and breakdown operatory post-treatment