At Canarsie Braces, we believe that every child deserves the best dental care possible. Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with modern technology and a caring team that creates a welcoming atmosphere for children of all ages. We emphasize preventive dental care and aim to instill healthy oral habits that will last a lifetime.
As a Pediatric Dentist in our practice, you will have the opportunity to work with a diverse patient base, ranging from infants to adolescents. Your expertise and gentle approach will help create positive dental experiences for young patients and build strong relationships with their families. We value open communication, empathy, and the ability to explain treatments in a child-friendly manner.
Perks & Benefits:
Competitive compensation package with a rewarding bonus structure.
Flexible work hours to accommodate work-life balance.
Supportive and collaborative work environment.
Potential for career growth within the practice.
Conduct thorough dental examinations for pediatric patients, identifying oral health issues and developing personalized treatment plans.
Perform dental procedures such as dental fillings, extractions, and fluoride treatments with a focus on patient comfort and safety.
Monitor and track the dental development of young patients, providing early intervention when necessary.
Educate parents and children on proper oral hygiene practices and preventative measures.
Collaborate with our friendly team of dental professionals to ensure comprehensive patient care and treatment coordination.
Maintain accurate and up-to-date patient records in compliance with dental regulations.
DMD or DDS degree from an accredited dental school.
Completion of a Pediatric Dentistry residency program.
Valid state dental license and malpractice insurance.
Board certification or eligibility for board certification in Pediatric Dentistry.
Excellent communication skills with the ability to connect with children and their parents.
Compassion, patience, and a strong desire to promote oral health in young patients.