What is the average Dental Receptionist or Dental Office Manager salary?

How much does a dental receptionist or dental office manager earn in each state?

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Average Dental Front Office Receptionist Salary by State

StateEmployed Dental Front Office StaffAverage Hourly WageAverage Annual Salary
Alabama13,320$13.07$27,190
Alaska2,120$17.41$36,210
Arizona20,560$15.62$32,480
Arkansas11,160$13.81$28,720
California85,970$17.61$36,640
Colorado17,030$16.39$34,080
Connecticut11,500$17.92$37,280
Delaware2,200$13.71$28,520
District of Columbia3,580$20.79$43,240
Florida69,760$14.63$30,430
Georgia26,140$14.37$29,890
Hawaii3,570$16.95$35,260
Idaho7,330$14.57$30,310
Illinois37,180$15.32$31,860
Indiana16,320$14.55$30,260
Iowa7,060$14.81$30,810
Kansas8,570$14.02$29,170
Kentucky13,670$13.92$28,950
Louisiana15,400$13.01$27,060
Maine3,830$15.57$32,380
Maryland18,920$16.26$33,810
Massachusetts18,450$17.54$36,480
Michigan22,770$15.19$31,590
Minnesota13,820$15.81$32,880
Mississippi6,830$13.42$27,910
Missouri12,840$14.39$29,930
Montana1,640$13.68$28,460
Nebraska4,940$14.74$30,660
Nevada8,340$15.15$31,500
New Hampshire4,240$15.70$32,660
New Jersey51,270$16.62$34,570
New Mexico5,310$14.67$30,520
New York84,680$18.02$37,480
North Carolina39,480$14.77$30,710
North Dakota1,610$14.59$30,340
Ohio33,360$14.26$29,660
Oklahoma8,660$14.27$29,670
Oregon11,830$16.17$33,620
Pennsylvania35,990$14.88$30,960
Rhode Island4,150$16.89$35,120
South Carolina12,940$14.04$29,200
South Dakota5,560$14.11$29,340
Tennessee17,680$14.27$29,670
Texas70,260$14.23$29,590
Utah9,640$14.09$29,310
Vermont2,070$16.32$33,940
Virginia29,140$15.41$32,060
Washington23,250$17.89$37,210
West Virginia4,970$13.39$27,850
Wisconsin26,180$15.43$32,100
Wyoming1,290$14.51$30,170

Average Dental Front Office Manager Salary by State

StateEmployed Dental Front Office StaffAverage Hourly WageAverage Annual Salary
Alabama20,990$26.95$56,050
Alaska4,000$32.18$66,930
Arizona32,950$28.29$58,850
Arkansas13,120$24.55$51,070
California161,550$31.59$65,700
Colorado22,380$30.98$64,440
Connecticut23,780$33.15$68,950
Delaware5,170$30.89$64,250
District of Columbia4,150$40.03$83,260
Florida103,130$28.26$58,780
Georgia43,960$27.63$57,470
Hawaii7,140$28.80$59,900
Idaho8,000$26.36$54,820
Illinois48,310$32.13$66,820
Indiana26,380$28.38$59,020
Iowa10,640$28.10$58,440
Kansas12,510$27.47$57,130
Kentucky18,980$25.72$53,510
Louisiana21,980$24.26$50,470
Maine4,620$26.66$55,450
Maryland33,270$30.78$64,020
Massachusetts37,710$33.37$69,400
Michigan32,390$28.59$59,460
Minnesota20,080$30.44$63,310
Mississippi11,950$23.39$48,650
Missouri22,940$29.82$62,020
Montana4,140$26.12$54,330
Nebraska9,850$26.88$55,910
Nevada11,060$26.15$54,390
New Hampshire7,260$30.65$63,750
New Jersey38,740$32.32$67,230
New Mexico9,210$26.87$55,880
New York99,770$35.85$74,570
North Carolina40,220$27.28$56,740
North Dakota2,190$27.67$57,560
Ohio45,390$28.83$59,970
Oklahoma19,380$26.30$54,700
Oregon14,280$29.05$60,420
Pennsylvania63,850$30.32$63,070
Rhode Island3,710$34.33$71,400
South Carolina25,030$26.83$55,810
South Dakota1,790$24.83$51,640
Tennessee40,180$26.77$55,680
Texas126,180$28.93$60,170
Utah15,260$26.24$54,570
Vermont2,040$29.36$61,070
Virginia37,900$30.41$63,240
Washington26,680$34.32$71,390
West Virginia7,260$22.79$47,390
Wisconsin22,430$30.55$63,550
Wyoming1,380$25.94$53,960

All data above was collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and is updated as of May 2020.