Dental Office Manager Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Dental Office Manager?

Dental Office Manager in Anchorage:
"Slow economy."
Pros: Good community
Cons: Stress level

Dental Office Manager in El Cajon:
"My employer is unique."
Pros: It's close to home
Cons: The homelessness and lack of current education from referring offices.

Dental Office Manager in Santa Cruz:
Pros:
Cons: cost of living & traffic

Dental Office Manager in Wolfeboro:
"You’ll learn to floss!"
Be friendly but firm. Have patience. Learn all you can, keep educating yourself.

Dental Office Manager in Lowell:
"Very busy."
Pros: Closer to home.
Cons: In the inner city.

Dental Office Manager in Orlando:
"Benefits and payment."
Every day is an adventure. You have the ability to make the best out of your day and your team when working as a team player. A dental office is the best place to be in. Helping people and having the ability to coordinate health professionals to achieve the highest standards of care is priceless. Always push for more, you will be happy you did. People can do great things when incentivated properly. Even the patients !!! Always have daily, weekly and monthly goals. Remember in the daily huddle what they are, and set the right mind set to achieve them as a team. Health is not an insurance or economical option. Patients need to be guided in what is the best option for them. We tend to confuse with different treatments plans and no clear financial options.

Dental Office Manager in Tacoma:
"I'll be back withy family."
Pros: I like the dental job market. They have more opportunities to advance. I live in Texas and their dentistry is not as advanced as the west cost. Alot of the office don't even offer Medical insurance.
Cons: It rains alot. I used to work at UW school of Dentistry as a clinical Superviser, which was alot of responsibility, and I was good at what I did. But now ready for a scaled down version.