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General Dentist

Employer
The Dental Implant Place
Location
Fort Worth, Texas
Salary
Salary not disclosed
Closing date
Jul 9, 2022

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Position
General Dentist
Contract Type
Permanent
Job Type
Full Time, Part Time
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Unique Opportunity for General Dentist (Fort Worth, Texas) 

who is experienced but bored with the insurance game and the grind of endless exams, fillings, root canals, and endless hygiene checks.

We have an implant/restorative-only practice in rapidly growing Fort Worth, Texas.

We don’t do general dentistry and we don’t do insurance.  What we do is dentistry that people WANT.  We haven’t done general dentistry or insurance in over 10 years.

Who we’re looking for:

Someone who has placed implants, wants to place more, likes the challenge of full mouth rehabilitation, changing people’s lives and contributing to a special team.  We pursue excellence in every aspect of our business, so we’re looking for someone who enjoys that pursuit loves to pursuit and working in a total team environment.

Our approach:

We focus on minimally invasive techniques that increase success and healing time and make the implant experience more comfortable for patient and provider. 

Part-time or Full-time

We are interested in 1) someone who loves to place implants, and/or 2) someone who loves to do implant restoration (we use cement-able fixed crowns and bridges and also do removable dentures with o-ball and housing or 3) someone who loves to do both.  If you are interested in only one aspect, we are looking for part-time.  If you want full time work, we have a place for someone who can do both placement and restoration.

Compensation

This is based on production, so obviously it would depend upon part-time or full-time positioning.

Send resumes to: juliebrown1986@gmail.com

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