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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DentalOne Partners - Beaver, PA
Default: Practice : Practice: Beaver Valley DentalWorks Overview: Position: Oral Surgery Assistant Purpose: The Oral Surgery Assistants (OSA) primary responsibilities are to provide the patient...
10 hours ago DentalOne Partners
Chadds Ford, PA
compensation: Pay is $16-21/hour based on clinical experience and qualifications. employment type: part-time QR Code Link to This Post Part time Surgical Assistant for periodontal office (Chadds...
19 hours ago
Pittsburgh, PA
4725 Mcknight road,suite 209 compensation: Based on experience employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post Oral surgical assistant needed full time, 8:30 - 4:00, busy practice, duties...
7 days ago
Moon Township, PA
compensation: negotiatable by experience employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post Busy Oral Surgery practice looking for an experienced surgical assistant with a passion for helping...
13 days ago
South Hills, PA
compensation: compensation depending on experience employment type: employee's choice QR Code Link to This Post We are a high quality Oral Surgery practice seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated,...
18 days ago
Lancaster, PA
compensation: Pay is based on experience employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post Oral Surgery Practice is looking a dental assistant who is reliable, efficient, motivated, energetic...
18 days ago
Philadelphia, PA
compensation: SALARY TO BE DISCUSSED DURING INTERVIEW! employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post DENTAL SURGERY ASSISTANT WANTED FOR ORAL/MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY PRACTICE IN GREATER...
30+ days ago

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