If you are passionate about dental care, want a work-life balance that enables you to flourish in and out of the office, and like to work hard while remaining true to yourself, Heartland Dental and our supported practices are the place for you. Whether you are starting out or ready for the next step, we can help you grow, focus, and lead in your career and your life.
What does it mean to be part of the Heartland Dental support family? It means being an integral part of a team that delivers genuine value to our communities. It means building something real, with the freedom to make it your own. And it means getting to be yourself while doing your best work.
“My journey with a Heartland Dental supported office has been amazing. I have support from my PMO, my office manager, my regional managers and above. It’s been nothing but the best experience.”Watch the success story Discover more
Working with Heartland Dental is rewarding in every sense of the word: professionally, financially, and personally. No matter what position you’re in, we look after our family. With Heartland Dental support, you’ll enjoy competitive benefits coupled with the sense of well-being that comes from working alongside people invested in your success.
Vacations, sick leave, and mental health days are critical. We and our supported practices observe six paid holidays each year and flexible sick and work-from-home days. All full-time team members are eligible to accrue at least two weeks of vacation per year, increasing over time.
Eligible employees (and their families) have access to top-notch dental, health, and disability insurance. Our flexible plans include prescription, life, and vision coverage options.
All roles at supported practices include competitive compensation models, referral bonuses, access to flexible spending accounts for dependent care, and both Traditional and Roth 401(k) plans.
From access to hands-on clinical training to leadership tools, you will get the necessary skills to best support patients and your teams. You will have access to more than 200 continuing education hours and a network of more than 1,800 colleagues to tap into for development and growth.
Your career is part of your life, not your entire life! Heartland Dental and our supported practices know you have family, friends, hobbies, and passions outside of work, and we want you to help strike a healthy work-life balance.
Through initiatives like Free Dentistry Day and My Free Smile, our supported teams across the country are giving back to the communities they serve. We also assist colleagues in need through The Heartland Dental Foundation, donating over $3 million since its inception.
“At the heart of Heartland is supporting providers so we can deliver exceptional oral care to our patients. Heartland Dental has an amazing bonus structure where patient care can add money to our pocket. By doing the right thing for patients, I can also bonus daily.”Discover more
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Learn why the hygienist-dentist partnership is critical to oral health and office success, and how you can strengthen your partnerships. From outside the dental industry, many may not understand the partnership between dentists and hygienists. To most, dental hygienists are the people who clean our teeth, and nothing more. However, in reality, a high-functioning dental office knows that a hygienist’s role is much more than that. Hygienists are providers, and when utilized to the fullest capacity, they are periodontal therapists—they use their education and skills to support the whole patient, and the patient’s whole health.
One thing is certain: Dentistry is a growth field. And even in a solo practice, dentists don’t work alone: Dental hygienists provide many of the critical services (like cleanings, x-rays, and periodontal maintenance) that patients need for optimal dental health. In fact, most patients spend far more time with their hygienists than they do the dentist when they come in for their cleanings.
Finding a new job as a dentist isn’t always straightforward. After all those years of schooling and finally passing your boards, a job search may be the very last thing you feel like doing. It’s not always easy to find the right match.