Posted

30+ days ago

Location

Trophy Club/Westlake/Southlake, TX

Description

The hygiene role is critical as you are in a special position to provide our patients the most important health service we can -- prevention of disease. We are committed to the highest level of cutting edge technology, advanced continuing education/training, and a strong team culture that sets us apart. Co-Discovery, a non-surgical periodontal program, and a commitment to excellence are critical to the success of the team. Dr. Crumpton has been committed to excellence since 1995 as a leader in the dental community. He has lectured and trained fellow dentists across the nation and continues to exceed the annual requirement of continuing education hours. Presenting our patients with an outstanding team is our highest aim. Hygiene is the core of the dental practice and critical to our future success. You will first need to establish a good clinical protocol together with Dr. Crumpton, discuss what is expected of one another and the goals in order to have a common approach. In addition to clinical skills, the ability to influence is a desired trait we'd love to hear about. Tracking goals is an important aspect of our systems, primarily because they are a measure of our progress and align to our highest value of becoming more. Our practice utilizes Eaglesoft, Revenue Well, Dental Intel, Itero

Responsibilities
  • Maintain the Standard of Care in Preventative and Periodontal Therapy
  • Patient Education and Co-Discovery w/ Patient and Doctor
  • Commitment to Patient Retention through building rapport
  • Professional Commitment to Advanced Continuing Education and Training
  • Maintaining the Goals set in this department
  • Maintenance of the hygiene department according the the practice guidelines
  • Hand-offs that connect the clinical and administrative departments

Qualifications
  • Minimum 2-3 years experience as a Registered Dental Hygienist
  • Soft Tissue Laser and Sealant Certified (Preferred)
  • Passionate about their Career and the Highest Standard of Care