The health and safety of our patients and staff remain our top priority. Our offices and practices have always provided the safest possible environment for co-workers, patients and our communities. In response to COVID-19 and to continue providing the safest setting, we are continuing to follow Center for Disease Control (CDC), state, and federal guidelines and have established several additional measures to reduce the risks posed by the virus and ensure health and safety for all. 

Read more about how we are creating the safest environment possible for our employees and patients. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Are you currently hiring?
  • Throughout the pandemic, our mission remains: To improve the oral health of all.
  • At dental practices and support offices throughout the country, we must continue meeting the needs of the communities we serve. With slight modifications to the process, such as conducting virtual interviews, we have continued to grow our teams and are still hiring throughout the current health crisis.
  • Since the initial outbreak, Advantage Dental and affiliated practices have maintained our workforce and continued to prioritize the needs of our community by providing emergency-only care through in-person and teledentistry appointments.
  • View current openings.
How are you ensuring candidate safety and reducing the spread of COVID-19?
  • At this time, and for the foreseeable future, our interview process has gone remote, and all conversations will be conducted via telephone and/or video conferencing.
  • Throughout the hiring process maintaining open lines of communication is essential. The ability to reach our talent acquisition team will not be affected by our modified interview process.
What are you doing to keep employees and patients safe and informed?

Our care has always been delivered in a way that provides the safest possible environment. In response to COVID-19, to continue providing the safest setting for health care delivery, we have established several additional measures to reduce the risks posed by the virus and are making changes to how we see patients.

  • Supporting social distancing, acquiring adequate PPE, implementing teledentistry, working from home whenever possible
  • Keeping employees informed and connected:
    • Texting
    • Employee and patient email newsletters
    • Regular social media updates
    • Company meetings via video call or phone
  • Providing additional educational materials and training to keep staff informed on industry-leading techniques and practices. This ensures we continue to provide patients with the best care in the safest environment possible. DentaQuest’s online learning center is home to free educational resources for oral health care providers including recommendations surrounding the virus from the ADA, CDC and OSHA that are accessible for all dental and oral health professionals.
How should I prepare for phone/virtual interviews?
For successful a digital interview, practice and prepare just like you would for any other interview:
  • Get to know the company and study the job description
  • Come with a few questions that will not only prove you have done your research but also prove your interest in the organization and the role
  • Don’t forget to dress for the part and be aware of body language

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Our employees are our most valuable asset and that remains true through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.