You’ll have opportunities for every level of experience, responsibility and personal ambition, including full and part-time positions. Below is a typical career trajectory for hygienists.
Hygienist: Conduct soft tissue and periodontal examinations. Perform procedures ranging from cleaning and periodontal scaling to fluoride treatments. Provide information to dentists to guide treatment decisions.
Territory Hygiene Manager: Partner with dentists and field teams in a particular territory to optimize their oral hygiene care. Help practice owners assess, hire, and develop Hygienists.
Division Hygiene Director: Manage an entire team of hygienists within a specific region. Provide oversight and input on hiring, development and best practices.
And at Aspen Dental, you can polish more than teeth. You can polish your skills, maintain your accreditation and develop other proficiencies through our ongoing training programs, including:
Orientation: A two-day orientation covers clinical procedures and practice management at Aspen Dental.
Continuing Education: In-office and online programs help Aspen hygienists keep up with the latest clinical practices and procedures, and they provide free ADA CERP-accredited CE credits.
Business Program: For hygienists interested in shifting to practice management, this program will help you develop strong business management skills.
Check out our immediate opportunities in interesting locations where you can make a difference.