Frequently Asked Questions

What is the hiring process from start to finish?

There are three stages to the hiring process: Prescreening, Phone Interview, and In-Office Interview.

Do you run background checks on candidates?

Yes

Do you require drug tests before employment?

Yes

Do you contact references?

Yes

Where is the office located?

Celebration, Florida

What are the operating hours?

Monday-Thursday 7:30-5:30

Do you have a lunch break?

Yes, 45-minutes

How is pay determined?

We determine pay by experience, attitude, and work ethic. We also track and follow national and state pay scales.

Do we offer benefits?

Yes, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, 401 (k), and more.

Do we offer Health Insurance?

No, this is not a current benefit.

Is experience required?

No, experience is sometimes helpful but we are looking for team members who are kind, hardworking, and willing to learn.

What qualifications do dental assistants require?

In the State of Florida, dental assistants must have their Expanded Functions, Dental Assistant Certificate, Radiology Certificate, and CPR Certification.

If I am a dental assistant moving from another state, what must I do to practice in Florida?

You must have your Expanded Functions. Not all states require expanded functions but there are many companies that offer weekend certification. Another thing that may be different is Dental Assistants typically perform the cleanings in a pediatric dental office.

What software do you use?

Eaglesoft

What ages do you see?

Many practices have an open bay concept, in which several dental chairs are in one large area. The advantage of this design is that it provides reassurance by allowing pediatric patients to see other children receiving care.

What types of treatment options do you have?

Many practices have an open bay concept, in which several dental chairs are in one large area. The advantage of this design is that it provides reassurance by allowing pediatric patients to see other children receiving care.

Are parents allowed in the back?

Many practices have an open bay concept, in which several dental chairs are in one large area. The advantage of this design is that it provides reassurance by allowing pediatric patients to see other children receiving care.

What is an open bay setting?

Many practices have an open bay concept, in which several dental chairs are in one large area. The advantage of this design is that it provides reassurance by allowing pediatric patients to see other children receiving care.