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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Oral Surgery Associates - Wilkes Barre, PA
ORAL SURGERY ASSISTANT Experience preferred, but not necessary. Full time. Call: ... (link removed). Keywords: Full Time, Location: Wilkes Barre, PA - 18701 Oral Surgery Associates...
3 days ago
Philadelphia, PA
ce employment type: part-time QR Code Link to This Post Part time assistant, preferably with oral surgery experience, for western mainline practice. Looking for the right personality to complement a...
10 days ago
Moon Township, PA
with experience and qualifications. employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post ORAL SURGERY ASSISTANT Oral and maxillofacial surgery practice in Moon Township, PA seeking a friendly and perso...
11 days ago
Philadelphia, PA
Post We are offering an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated Dental/Oral Surgery Assistant for our busy Oral Surgery Practice with locations in Langhorne, Doylestown, Meadowbrook, and Northeas...
17 days ago
Lehigh Valley, PA
Busy Oral Surgery practice in Allentown seeking an outgoing surgical assistant to join our team. Hours are Monday, Thursday and Friday from 8am to 2pm. Dental Experience required, Oral Surgery experie...
17 days ago
American Family Dentistry - Irwin, PA
Oral Surgery Assistant/Floater Tracking Code 5217-200 Job Description A Dental Assistant supports and assists providers with patient care. It is essential to be able to lead, be flexible, friendly,...
30+ days ago

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Oral Surgery Assistant Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Oral Communication in Spanish

A second-year intermediate course that includes vocabulary enhancement and limited review of selected points of grammar. Focuses on listening comprehension and speaking, with group activities,...

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This course focuses on developing oral presentation skills through practice, self-evaluation, and in-class feedback. Topics include slide preparation, answering difficult questions, explaining...

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