Dr. Downey’s passion is mission work. So partnering with a company that would provide the support necessary to allow him to continue to travel and perform dentistry around the world where care is really needed was very important.
According to Dr. Teske, the biggest advantage of working at Aspen Dental is “being able to focus solely on dentistry.” Dr. Teske’s passion for dentistry is rooted in her wanting to change the attitude most people have toward going to the dentist. So being able to focus 100% of her time and energy on her patients is important.
After originally studying in Poland, Celina Debski has since found a home at Aspen Dental as a dental assistant in Auburn, New York. “I wanted to work for a company that made my job easier by offering extensive training,” she says.
When Jorge Medina set out from Puerto Rico looking for a new opportunity as a dental lab technician, he never imagined that he would return to his home island just a few years later with the responsibility to help hire new lab staff for Aspen Dental.
“I heard about Aspen Dental and knew that their practice model ensured each office would have the patient flow I desired,” he says. Patient flow was important to Dr. Boston. Not only would it allow him to develop clinically, but it would also give him the opportunity to help many patients each day.
Like many of her peers, Dr. Rajavelu originally ventured into dentistry as an alternative to medical school. But today she couldn’t be happier with her decision to pursue dentistry. Dentistry has allowed her to really connect with patients. Educating her patients and keeping them aware of oral health is an important part of Dr. Rajavelu’s dental care philosophy.
“One of the unique things about a career with Aspen Dental is that I can strike the balance of realizing my dream of ownership and growing a family at the same time,” says Dr. Reddy. “The Aspen Dental model made it possible for me.”
Dr. Woodhull realized he wanted to become a dentist toward the end of high school. After some conversations with local dentists, it became apparent that a career in dentistry would align best with his gifts and interests. “Becoming a dentist would allow me to alleviate pain and give people confidence in their smiles,” he said.
Aspen Dental has different doctor support programs available to help a doctor advance in his or her career. The various programs are normally taken over time as doctors choose to progress more and more with their Aspen practice. It only took Dr. Alkilani nine months to go from New Doctor Orientation to owning his own practice.
When Dr. Vincent finished dental school, she had heard the stereotypes associated with large group practices, but knowing that she would inherently face some difficulties trying to open her own practice right out of school, she challenged those assumptions and was pleased to learn that the stereotypes did not hold true.
Dr. Dominguez admits that she had preconceived notions about dental group practice. So how did she end up owning several Aspen Dental offices in Portland, Maine?
“I was clear about my desire to own multiple offices from the start, and Aspen Dental proved to be the perfect vehicle,” Dr. Iancu says. “It’s been a great working relationship from the beginning.”
Dr. Leyes’s big dream was to start her own practice. But she knew that significant experience and finances were required before that would be a possibility. To Dr. Leyes’s surprise, four years after graduating from dental school, she was a managing clinical director and a practice owner.
Submit your resume to have a recruiter contact you within 24 hours to find the right opportunity for you.