Dental Associates

Dental Hygienist

Job Locations US-WI-Fond du Lac
Job ID
Dental Hygienists

The Company



Looking for flexibility in how your patient schedule is created?


Interested in making, on average, $4-$6 additional per hour?


Hoping for a welcoming environment that focuses on treating our patients and staff like family?



Come join an organization where we highly value your dental hygienist experience, knowledge, and caring demeanor with patients. Our staff members are the most important part of our practice, as their success directly determines our position as the leader in dental care.


At Dental Associates, we foster a culture which invites our patients into our "dental home" and provides our dental hygienists with a career, not just a job. As a team member of Dental Associates, you will use state-of-the-art technology, experience on-the-job training exposing you to all specialty areas, and deliver an exceptional patient experience. We are a growing organization at the forefront of the dental industry and are continually expanding our footprint within Wisconsin.


The dental hygienist contributes to the business success of Dental Associates by providing quality dental hygiene care, excellent patient relations and effective interpersonal communication. Be part of a dynamic organization that will make you proud. Learn more about our dental hygienist jobs below and how you can join our team!

Company Perks


Improved compensation package with higher base rates. We empower our hygienists to perform within a full scope practice where complex work equals more take-home pay. 



Medical, dental, life, vision, traditional 401k and Roth 401k with vested match, Health Savings Account (HSA), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), short-term and long-term company sponsored disability.



In addition to the hourly wages, all of our Hygienists have the ability to earn an unlimited incentive payment every single month! On average, our Hygienists are making $4-$6 additional per hour.



Take vacation on your time and your terms. You won’t need to take vacation when your doctor does.



We offer paid vacation and paid holidays.



Regular schedules — no surprises. Reliable full-time hours you can depend on.



Our unique practice within a practice model allows you to build rapport and grow within your team.



We encourage our team to keep learning and embrace innovation. 



Focus on building trust and forming relationships with your patients — our internal support teams handle the rest.



Work together with dentists, specialists and other hygienists across a growing organization.



Explore opportunities beyond hygiene with greater internal mobility.


Responsibilities & Requirements


As a Hygienist, you will clean patient teeth and examine oral areas, head, and neck for signs of oral disease. You will educate patients on oral hygiene, take and develop x rays, and apply fluoride or sealants.


Responsibilities of the Dental Hygienist:

  • Provide a positive experience throughout the entire patient interaction; from contacting to greeting, seating and completing their in-clinic visit
  • Exhibiting excellent customer service to create a positive patient experience and ensuring all treatment is provided with an awareness of individual patient’s needs and concerns
  • Removing calculus deposits, accretions, stains, and cement from supra and sub-gingival surfaces of the teeth
  • Performing deep periodontal scaling, including root planing when prescribed
  • Completing extra-oral and intra-oral cancer exams and feeling lymphnodes on head and neck area to detect swelling or tenderness that could indicate presence of oral cancer
  • Examining teeth and attachment to locate periodontally-recessed tissue and signs of periodontal disease prior to exam by dentist
  • Charting conditions of decay and disease for treatment as diagnosed by dentist
  • Assisting during examination

Requirements of the Dental Hygienist:

  • Experience preferred
  • State of Wisconsin Hygiene license (RDH) required
  • Current CPR certificate (BLSC) required
  • Minimum of an associate’s degree from an accredited Hygiene program
  • Current on Hepatitis B vaccination
  • Ability to administer local anesthetic agents


If you’re ready for an exciting, stable career with a growing company apply today!


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