Dental Associates

Dental Assistant

Job Locations US-WI-Franklin
Job ID
Dental Assistants

Company Perks

As a team member of Dental Associates, you can expect an excellent compensation, use of state-of-the-art technology, experience on-the-job training, continued education offerings, abundant opportunities for career growth, a dedicated support team, wonderful patients and the gorgeous state of Wisconsin.


2021 Benefits Overview:

  • Medical Insurance with optional Health Savings Account through Associated Bank
  • Dental: Diagnostic and Preventive covered at 100%, Basic and Restorative (immediate family)
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • 401k
  • FSA 
  • Company paid short term disability
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays 


Additional Perks and Benefits:


Yearly allowance for shoes and scrubs.


Semi-annually based on patient satisfaction and revenue per clinic.


Two tier wage based on skill.


Mentorship and additional compensation for becoming a mentor.


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


We offer paid vacation and paid holidays.


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


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, hygienists and other dental assistants across a growing


Explore opportunities beyond dental assisting with greater internal mobility.


The Company


At Dental Associates, we foster a culture which invites our patients into our "dental home" and provides our dental assistants with a career, not just a job. Founded in 1974, Dental Associates is Wisconsin's largest family and dentist-owned group dental practice with over a dozen offices throughout the state. Dental Associates is a strong company with the resources to continually invest in our overall growth and talented team members.  Be part of a dynamic organization that will make you proud.


Responsibilities & Requirements




     • Explain treatment procedures; seek clarification and understanding from patient
     • Review and assist patient in updating iPad medical history   

     • Assist provider with patient education
     • Take patient blood pressure, X-rays and radiographs
     • Assist provider throughout exam including complex treatment, surgery, and all operatory-related care
     • Monitor oxygen levels when nitrous or IV is administered
     • Make impressions and fabricate crowns as instructed
     • Prepare and record clinical notes and charting
     • Prepare operatory for patient exam; sterilize instruments and disinfect operatory


Patient Experience
     • Establish rapport with patients by greeting them with a professional manner
     • Explain dental procedures to be performed and obtain patient signature on the patient consent form
     • Resolve patient concerns; answer or seek to find answers to patient inquiries
     • Review treatment plan cost estimate with patient; appoint future visits
     • Bill out procedures, collect patient balance, reconcile cash drawer
     • Maximize provider productivity through scheduling efficiencies
     • Manage phone line and schedule future appointments for dental teams
     • Place confirmation and follow-up courtesy calls to patient
     • Provide coverage for Dental Services Representatives to account for absences or high-volume periods


    • Record treatment performed in patient record
    • Order dental supplies
    • Provide coverage for Dental Services Representative to account for absences and assist during high-volume period.





• Previous Dental Assistant experience or completion of an accredited Dental Assistant program required
• CDA preferred, High school diploma or equivalent required
• Knowledge of state dental practices requirements, including X-ray proficiency and OSHA training
• Effective interpersonal skills to maintain rapport with patients, dentists, and other staff members
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to clearly present information to and answer questions from patients, supervisors and coworkers
• Good customer service skills and ability to work as a team in fast-paced environment
• Ability to apply mathematical concepts to practical situations
• Conceptual thinking abilities to recognize problems, collect data and draw valid conclusions
• Must be able to multitask and work in a fast-paced environment
• Possess energy, resourcefulness and manual dexterity
• Be able to stand, sit and walk frequently




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


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