Oral Surgery Assistant Jobs in Pennsylvania

Aid oral surgeons as required during and surrounding the time of treatment. Oral surgery assistants are typically responsible for directly supporting surgeons to ensure that procedures run smoothly. They sterilize instruments, administer topical anesthetics, and manage equipment such as suction hoses to keep the patient’s mouth dry and workable. They also provide education on proper dental care before and after the procedure.

Oral surgery assistants may additionally be responsible for office tasks, such as scheduling appointments and arranging billing/payment. Because many of their duties involve interaction with oral surgeons and patients, they need to have strong interpersonal skills.

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Philadelphia, PA
compensation: Hourly pay rate determined by experience employment type: full-time Dental /oral Surgery assistant full time and part time for patient friendly office. Must be xray certified and willing...
5 days ago
Newtown, PA
for a busy periodontal office needing additional help. Office performs Gum surgery, Dental implants and IV sedation for patients. This a temp to hire position with observation period of 2 months. Star...
5 days ago
St Luke's University Health Network - Allentown, PA
surgeon in the clinical treatment of patients. Responsible for infection control efforts for oral surgery practice as directed by dentist, including ensuring the availability and use of protective wear...
14 days ago
King of Prussia, PA
on experience and certifications. employment type: full-time Busy oral surgery practice seeking 2-3 full time oral surgery assistant trainees to join our team. Job openings are immediate, so please respo...
16 days ago
Pittsburgh, PA
compensation: x employment type: part-time We are seeking an experience oral surgery assistant with Xray Certification. No late evening hours. Greensburg Tuesday and Thursday. Monroeville Wednesday...
24 days ago
Philadelphia, PA
of accredited oral surgery assisting program or some oral surgery assisting experience preferred Coursework in oral surgery instruments and procedures Compliance with state oral surgery practice requireme...
28 days ago
Philadelphia, PA
Title: CERTIFIED DENTAL ASSISTANT/ORAL SURGERY ASSISTANTOur growing Oral Surgery Practiceis looking for a dental assistant that is friendly and professional to join our ... you meet the requirements...
30+ days ago

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