Landmark Dental Care

Floyds Knobs, IN

Dental Hygienist

$27-$40 / HOUR

$5000 Sign On Bonus!

Our dental office is growing! We are looking for a strong Dental Hygienist to help support the office as it continues to grow. Our practice focuses on teamwork, the needs of our patients and providing the best patient care. We are looking for someone who is personable, patient focused, and team oriented. We have a wonderful patient population, an enthusiastic team, and sincere dentists dedicated to quality care.

Benefits:

Daily & quarterly bonus opportunities

Continuing education- access to 200+ hours plus hands on courses

Various growth opportunities

Paid time off

Paid holidays

401k

Medical insurance

Dental coverage

Vision insurance

Life insurance

Short & long term disability

Flexible spending account

Health savings account

Requirements:

Valid Registered Dental Hygiene license in the state for which you apply (or in process of obtaining one)

Heartland Dental takes pride in being a doctor lead, hygiene driven Dental Support Organization. We are the nation's largest dental support organization providing non-clinical, administrative support services to 1,400 supported dentists across 37 states.

 

At Heartland Dental, our dental hygienists are elite patient care providers and educators who benefit from a strong network of peers and a collaborative work environment. From morning huddles to a positive office culture, you’ll join a group of like-minded individuals and develop close-knit relationships with your fellow team members and supported doctors who will ensure you have the tools you need to be successful. As one of the fastest growing professions, we understand the importance of personal and professional success for dental hygienists. That’s why we offer opportunities for achievement and advancement, helping you to discover your full potential. We are dedicated to supporting your careers and are proud to cheer you on as you reach your goals.  

Job Requirements

Responsibilities:

Cleaning calcareous deposits, accretions and stains from teeth and beneath gum margins with dental instruments

Charting conditions of dental decay and disease for diagnosis and treatment by the dentist

Maintaining and sterilizing dental equipment

Applying fluorides and other cavity preventing agents to prevent dental decay

Examine patient oral areas, head and neck for signs of oral disease

 

COVID-19 Precaution(s):

Remote interview process

Personal protective equipment provided and required

Social distancing guidelines in place

Virtual continue education courses and meetings

Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place