Dental Assistant

Beautiful Leesburg office is in search of a Dental Assistant with 1+ year experience.

Rate of pay is $14.00 - $17 per hour.

If you love to learn new things and a quick learner, this job is for you. Fast pace, willing to train. No weekend hours.

Dental Assistant job duties include but are not limited to:

· Chairside assistant to dentist

· Making temporary crown

· Handing instrument to dentist

· Setting up operatory for treatment

· Discussing treatment with patients

· Taking X-Rays (Pano and Bitewing)

· Sterilization- making sure all instruments are cleaned and sterilized.

· Cleaning operatory and set up for procedures.

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Dental Assistant Located At Fl, Leesburg - Job Post By: Herb Bennett Dmd

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