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Dental Assistant Job in Fort Worth, TX 76107
(Job ID: 340015)



Fort Worth, TX 76107



Jul 08, 2021




Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri


#340015 ACTIVE


RDA- Registered Dental Assistant- Fort Worth, Texas Compensation $18-$20 per hour Full-Time Smile Fort Worth is looking for a DIFFERENCE MAKER, an individual who is inspired to change the perception of dentistry for our patients and community. We are an elite team of professionals capable of providing a superior patient experience and creating a safe, encouraging workplace. Our mission is defined by living out our values of integrity and servant leadership.We are a group of trustworthy caregivers who take personal responsibility to live out and uphold our values and provide a positive contribution to the lives of every patient in our care. We are unlike any other dental practice, due to our continual forward progression to reach more individuals and to improve their experience. We have an excitement to make a difference each day in someone’s life. The time you spend at Smile Fort Worth will mean something and you will make a difference. At Smile Fort Worth you are: A solution maker, when encountering different personalities, you know how to handle each situation with empathy, and always respecting the feelings of others. A driven, knowledge seeker, you ask questions like ,What else can I do? and What can I do better? Cool under pressure, prepared to act and confident in your training. An educator, you have a pulse on each patients oral health needs. You are aware of the importance of co-diagnosing. Experienced by years of learning your skills. You are the individual that our patients trust to provide excellent care and you take pride in that. You create beautiful and healthy smiles Please respond by telling me: Tell me about a time when your integrity was challenged. How did you handle it? What have you admired in people who you previously worked with and hope to become better at? When was the last time you thought “outside the box” and how did you do it? Why? When have you ever gone out on a limb to advocate for a patient? What happened?