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Dental jobs are in big demand, especially in the area of dental hygienists, dental office jobs, dental technician, and dental laboratory jobs. You may have the skills for one or more of these jobs and don't even realize it. Let's look at each of them and see what skills you need to exceed in the dental job field. Further, Tampa, Florida has a major shortage for dental assistants and hygienists, so if you're willing to relocate to sun and beach fun, Tampa may be the place for you.

Dental hygienists have various duties including general teeth cleaning to remove calcareous deposits and stains. They are also able to define and report on the gum area for sores and any signs of disease. Being a dental hygienist will also give you the opportunity to prepare patient's charts for the dentist and keeping track of their dental history. Feeling lymph nodes for swelling and applying fluorides to teeth is another task you will be performing. Along with all of these job duties, as a dental hygienist you will also be taking and developing X-ray films, removing excess cement from temporary and permanent crowns or bridges and, have the opportunity to hold dental clinics to teach people how to better care for their teeth and gums. A skilled hygienist will also be able to remove sutures, rubber dams and, temporaries.

Another job in the dental field is the dental assistant. Dental assistants get the patient ready for the dentist, sterilize instruments and trays, and work alongside the dentist handing her appropriate tools or equipment. As a dental assistant you may also be responsible for keeping patients' charts accurate, assist in dental emergencies, pour and polish study casts, give instructions to patients on oral hygiene and, fabricating temporaries from dental impressions.



While dental office jobs are similar to any administrative office job, dental office administration will require you to meet and greet patients, call patients to remind them of scheduled appointments and rescheduling appointments. You will be the upfront person that all clients see first so you must have a good manner and be a good conversationalist. You will answer the company's telephone and keep dental patient's files in order and may be responsible for calling laboratories to check on crowns and bridges and other oral appliances. You will contact other dental offices for referrals and make appointments. Finally, you can expect in smaller offices that part of your dental office job may be billing. Dental billing will include not only collecting money from patients but also billing and communicating with dental insurance companies to ensure they've received the necessary documentation required for your dental office to receive payment.

Dental laboratory jobs are fun and interesting, as you will have to read the dentist prescriptions to help you in the design of dental appliances. Working in the dental laboratory will enable you to repair dental devices, test appliances for accuracy and specifications, melt metal and plaster, as well as other materials used in the design and creation of dentist's prescribed apparatuses. Dental appliances can range from bridges to crowns to dentures so you will have the opportunity to work on various mouth and teeth items that a dentist might prescribe. Dental laboratory jobs are usually in a different area than the dentist's office so you will be working for more than one dentist or dentist group.

With all the opportunity in the dental job field, and the shortage of dental jobs in Tampa, Florida, now you may ask how to find a perfect dental job? Don't rely on your local newspaper help-wanted advertisements. You probably won't find the top-paying jobs that include benefits or flexible dental job scheduling. At DentalCrossing.com, a division of EmploymentCrossing, you will be able to search a database of over 10,000 dental jobs. You can search by area, such as Tampa, Florida for dental jobs in Tampa, by pay scale and, by job description for each dental job area of expertise.

Along with the incredible database at DentalCrossing, you can view Job Profile Videos for the dental job world that includes advice from experts in the dental job field to help you decide what dental job position is best for you. You can also browse dental job articles that discuss the different dental jobs available in detail and what each dental job description might be.

Whether you're looking to work with children in a dental job in the pediatric dental field or in a dental laboratory, dental jobs are growing each day and the need for people with talent in the dental job market is vast. Dental assistants and dental hygienists sometimes are happy with the uniform aspect of their job alone! They don't have to decide what to wear everyday or have an extensive work wardrobe because they are wearing scrubs and comfortable nursing-type shoes as they perform the dental job duties.

If you think the dental job field is for you, it is not hard to find a job that fits your skills. With so many positions available in the dental job field, you will have a large choice. You may wish to work for a single dentist or a group of dentists. You may want to choose a dental office that has flexible hours. Most dental assistants or hygienists are off on Fridays as most dentists only work Monday through Thursday so the short-week might spark your interest. So go out there and find the dental job you seek. It is easier than you think!
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