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Updated Nov 27, 2019

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Anonymous Employee in Frankfort, KY

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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Aspen Dental (Frankfort, KY) in Aug 2017


Applied for the position online and received a phone call from a recruiter within a few hours. Met with the recruiter and practice owner within 2 weeks and was offered the position following the interview that day. Very laid back and comfortable process.

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  • What types of procedures are you comfortable performing and what is your mindset when approaching treatment planning patients?
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I applied online. I interviewed at Aspen Dental


I contacted Aspen for the position and then set up a phone interview. It lasted roughly 40 minutes and was very friendly. The interviewer was trying to get to know me and not looking for key phrases (from what I could tell.) I was then scheduled for an in person interview. I flew to the state in which I applied for, at their expense, and met with regional VP for the interview. This was an hour long and was a continuation of the previous interview. Again, did not feel like I was being grilled but sensed they were trying to get to know me and my experience level. The day was actually very tiring because I flew out at 6:45am and arrived around 1pm. I then took a cab straight to the hotel where they met me. I was tired, but the regional VPs were too. They were conducting interviews for the entire day for the entire offices throughout the state. I felt like they were gracious about that. They wanted to know why I was leaving my current state, any procedures I wasn't comfortable with, areas I felt strongest or enjoyed the most, and what I did for enjoyment.

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  • I didn't find any questions too difficult. I had a 7 year lapse between college and dental school so I was asked what I was doing during that period.
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