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Aspen DentalInverness, FL
Full-time
  • Hygienist - RDH
  • When you say "Yes" to Aspen Dental, you get a great career and so much more.
  • From mentors invested in your success, to a support network that has your back, joining Aspen Dental can give you the career you never imagined and the financial well-being to live the life you always wanted.
  • Aspen Dental's mission is to change the smile of one patient, one team member, and one community at a time and we're looking for YOU to help achieve that!
  • State-of-the-art technology including new iTero scanners, digital x-rays, enhanced oral cancer screening, and in-office whitening
  • Collaborating with dentists to recommend treatment plans
  • Competitive salary & profit sharing mix
  • Autonomy to build schedules that allow for comprehensive care
  • Access to the Hygiene Development Program to help you hone in your clinical skills that includes mentorship by an experienced hygiene coach, lunch & learns, and regional meetings offering ADA CERP credits
  • Opportunities to give back to your community providing free dental care to veterans and others through the Healthy Mouth Movement, Mouth Mobile, and various overseas outreach programs
  • A safe working environment for you and your patients with our Smile Wide Smile Safe Program
  • Hundreds of hours of FREE Continuing Education (online)
  • Sign on bonus and paid relocation
  • Paid time off PTO and holidays
  • Health, Retirement, Life & Disability benefits
  • Opportunities beyond the dental office such as Territory Manager, Division Director and even Vice President of Hygiene Support
  • Apply today to speak with a recruiter and learn more!
  • Evaluates patient's overall oral health examining oral cavity for signs of periodontal disease or possible cancers.
  • Follows through with oral hygiene procedures in accordance with treatment plans prescribed by the attending Dentist.
  • Assists with or institutes emergency measures for sudden adverse developments during treatment of patients.
  • Minimum Education and Experience
  • Associates or two (2) year degree required.
  • Registered Dental Hygienist RDH licensure required.
  • About Aspen Dental-branded practices
  • Aspen Dental-branded practices are independently owned and operated by licensed dentists.
  • Hygienists work for the licensed dentists in the Aspen Dental-branded practices.
  • The practices receive non-clinical business support services from Aspen Dental Management, Inc., a dental support organization.
  • Offers vary by location.
  • Select locations only.
  • Aspen Dental - 2755 East Gulf to Lake Highway 2491 Inverness, Florida 34453 United States FLORIDA WEST,

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