General Dentist Associate

Job Title: 

General Dentist Associate

Job Location:

Buzzard Bay, MA

Job Description:

We are currently seeking confident and experienced general dentist for clinical director position.

This is a unique career opportunity in which the successful candidate can transition to a equity position within 6 months. The Director receives a generous benefit package which includes quarterly bonuses, additional CE reimbursement, family health insurance, phone and entertainment allowance as well as 401K .

The ideal candidate must have 3+ years of demonstrated success in a fee for service practice setting along with a desire to provide direct patient care while managing day to day operations with the assistance of a proven practice management team. Significant chair-side experience, excellent team building and leadership skills are a must. Directors are the primary care provider of a generous patient flow in addition to working cooperatively with and mentoring associates. Additionally the candidate must be able to work with our specialists to expand growth in specialty departments within the practice.

The directorship position can prove to be personally, professionally, and financially rewarding for the right person. This is the perfect position for a doctor who would like to focus all of their energy and interest on patient care while minimizing the non-clinical headaches.

In our established, multi-specialty group practice we welcome an abundance of new patients each month. Our state of the art facility allows optimal patient care, a comprehensive approach to full service dentistry along with a strong focus on quality, service and patient satisfaction. Providers are responsible for entire clinical patient experience from initial exam and treatment plan to delivery of care. In-office specialty services including periodontics, endodontics, oral surgery and orthodontics are available facilitating access to complete dental care for patients.


  • Promote oral health and disease prevention.

  • Diagnose oral diseases.

  • Educate patients on oral health and various treatment options.

  • Create treatment plans to maintain or restore patient’s oral health.

  • Review treatment plan options with patients.

  • Review, maintain and update patients’ medical and dental records.

  • Review and interpret x-rays and diagnostic tests.

  • Monitor growth and development of the teeth and jaws.

  • Provide proper restorative and preventive dental care.

  • Perform surgical procedures on the teeth, bone and soft tissues of the oral cavity.

  • Maintain the highest quality standard of care for all patients.

  • Maintain the highest standard of ethics and professionalism within the dental office.

  • Keep abreast of new developments, technologies, best practices and standard of care through current continuing education courses and professional development.


  • DMD or DDS degree from a university-based dental education program accredited by the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation (ADA CODA).

  • Current state license to practice dentistry.

  • Documentation of Hepatitis B vaccination.

  • Proof of malpractice insurance.

  • Current Basic Life Support (BLS) or cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification.

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