At Dental Care Alliance, we are looking for dedicated professionals who are committed to excellence and understand the nature of teamwork. We offer opportunities for dentists to demonstrate their skill and abilities at all levels, as well as participate in rewards based on the success of the practice.
We offer our dentists the flexibility to choose the scope of dentistry they want to practice, then expand their knowledge and experience through our Dentist Career Path program. The program provides potential career growth and advancement to higher levels of responsibility, supervision and compensation.
We believe that being a DCA-affiliated dentist gives dentists the opportunity to focus on patient care, enjoy their careers and live their lives on their own terms. Although we realize many dentists envision a time when they have ownership in their own dental offices, independent sources confirm it would take at least 15 years of ownership to match or exceed the compensation outlined in the DCA program.
It is our intent to help our affiliated dentists achieve the benefits of ownership without the risks, capital costs and retirement concerns of actual ownership. We do, however, provide the opportunity for selected dentists to build equity and explore opportunities to buy into existing DCA practices or partner with DCA to open new practices as part of our DCA Dentist Equity program.
Currently we have an outstanding opportunity for an experienced General Dentist to practice Part-Time in one of our highly successful affiliated practices Center City area of Philadelphia 2 days a week. State of the art practice facilities. Strong commitment to long-term dental care for the whole family.
Diagnose, prevent, and treat teeth and tissue problems. Remove decay, fill cavities, examine x-rays, place protective plastic sealants on children’s teeth, and repair fractured teeth. Perform corrective surgery on gums and supporting bones to treat gum diseases. Extract teeth and make models and measurements for dentures to replace missing teeth.
Provide instruction on diet, brushing, flossing, use of fluorides, and aspects of dental care.
Administer anesthetics and write prescriptions for antibiotics and other medications. Place and restore an implant/implants and do cosmetic procedures such as veneers.
Use a variety of equipment, including x-ray machines, drills, and instruments such a mouth mirrors, probes, forceps, brushes, and scalpels. Wear masks, gloves, and safety glasses to protect themselves and patients from infectious diseases.
Supervise other clinical and non-clinical staff as needed in performing treatment.
DDS or DMD from school accredited by the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation.
2+ years experience preferred
Current state license.