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Sep 02, 2021
MUST HAVE TEXAS DENTAL LICENSE We are a growing Pediatric Dental office seeking a Part-time General Dentist who loves to treat children and adults for our office in Richmond, TX. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right dentist who has experience in pediatric dentistry as well as being proficient in general dentistry. Join a team of quality-focused professionals that you will be proud to be affiliated with. We provide excellent trained support staff in a fun and friendly professional work environment. At Westpark Pediatric Dentistry you will enjoy working in a fully-equipped dental facility where all of the tools and supplies you need to be successful will be ready and waiting for you. Your days will be productive and you will enjoy not having to worry about organizing your office, ordering supplies, managing staffing needs, and dealing with insurance billing issues. We also provide solid administrative and technological support backed by outstanding management systems. Together, our office can deliver a high level of care that will create patients for life. Our Dentists are expected to: Provide high quality care to our pediatric AND adult patients Educate patients and parents on their treatment including preoperative and postoperative care Communicate and build a foundation of trust and respect between you and the patient Partner with other specialists and general dentists to provide the best optimal dental care Well need you to provide: Must have a current dental license for TEXAS at least 1 year experience Nitrous Sedation Certificate per State requirement Current CPR Card NPI Number DEA Certificate Medicaid credentialed is a plus Must be available Wednesday, Fridays Salary is based on experience: Daily guarantee vs Percentage Job Type: Part-time Pay: From $600.00-800 per day vs adjusted production Percentage COVID-19 considerations: Temperature checks are taken on every patients, all parents and staff are required to wear masks even if vaccinated.