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15 days ago

Special Projects Manager - Dental

Dental Dreams Washington, DC +8 locations

• Developing new office locations • Serve as temporary management in various parts of the country • Educate existing and new staff… CareerBuilder


14 days ago

Dental Hygienist

Dental Dreams Detroit, MI +2 locations

include: • Evaluates overall oral health • Educate patient on oral hygiene, health, and disease as well as procedures and services • Performs… CareerBuilder


22 days ago

Chief Compliance Office

Dental Dreams Chicago, IL

• Administering the companys compliance program consistent with federal and state regulatory guidance and industry best practices • Serving as a… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Dental Office Manager

Dental Dreams Joliet, IL +5 locations

To apply, please visit our website at www.dentaldreams.com/employment-opportunities or respond with your resume… CareerBuilder


25 days ago

Bilingual Dental Receptionist

Dental Dreams Washington, DC +6 locations

• Maintain a high level of customer service at all times • Work as part of a team with emphasis on communication • Schedule patient appointments in… Dental Dreams


30+ days ago

Dental Assistant

Dental Dreams Washington, DC +17 locations

• Work under the general supervision and guidance of a dentist • Provide chair side assistance to the Dentist during dental examinations and… Dental Dreams


30+ days ago

Dental Assistant-Family Dental

Dental Dreams Columbia, SC +3 locations

• Follow all Start of Day procedures • Maintain a high level of customer service at all times • Work as part of a team with emphasis on communication… Dental Dreams


16 days ago

Dental Receptionist

Dental Dreams Aurora, IL +7 locations

• Follow all Start of Day procedures • Maintain a high level of customer service at all times • Work as part of a team with emphasis on communication… Dental Dreams


30+ days ago

Collector

Dental Dreams Chicago, IL

• Check Charts • Submit Claims • Post Checks • Check Outstanding Claims • Call PPO Insurances Qualifications: • Knowledge of dental… Dental Dreams


30+ days ago

Dental Assistant-Family Smiles

Dental Dreams Albuquerque, NM

• Follow all Start of Day procedures • Maintain a high level of customer service at all times • Work as part of a team with emphasis on communication… Dental Dreams


Dental Dreams Reviews

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    I have been working at Dental Dreams

    Pros

    The company welcomes those with or without experience in the dental field. I had little work experience when I started. Almost nine years later with Dental Dreams, here are some great pros that I've enoyed with them: It is great place for anyone looking to improve their resume. A great place to increase your knowledge with how dental insurances work. You'll definitely improve customer service and team work skills. I used to be a shy one and now I'm a social butterfly. If you are interested in dentistry as a career, Dental Dreams is a wonderful place to start because they train in-house and you can learn everything from chairside to front desk, billing and management. This company is a fountain of endless information. Lastly, there is plenty of space to move up and increase your professional network as well.

    Cons

    I don't think that being given a lot of information during training is a con. Many, on the other hand, might think so. You have to be determined and outgoing to work here. If you take advantage of the paid training and don't require much supervising, you'll do incredibly well. Upper management loves to work closely with any one that wants to move up. If you are looking for a long period of training and some one to hold your hand or if you are looking for a company that doesn't challenge their employees, this one might not be the best fit.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    My advice to upper management is to extend training and to focus a bit more on clarifying what type of communication is expected from all staff in all positions. That would avoid miscommunications internally and with patients.

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