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Dental Hygienist | Mill Plain, WA

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Willamette Dental Vancouver , WA 98660

Posted 4 months ago

Company Overview

With more than 400,000 patients throughout our 50+ practice locations in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, and a built-in specialty referral network to more than 30 specialists, Willamette Dental Group has been a leader in preventive and proactive dental care since 1970. What makes this multi-specialty group practice unique, and better, is a commitment to proactively facilitating the best possible health outcomes.

As a member of the Willamette Dental Group team, we offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience. We are a performance based culture and offer a generous and comprehensive benefit package. Among the many amenities we offer are medical, dental, vision, life insurance, paid time off (PTO), paid holidays, and a robust wellness program. Additionally, we offer a 401(k) plan with a generous employer match, tuition assistance and much more.

Willamette Dental Group is a 2014 Press Ganey Success Story Award Winner in Recognition of our Innovative Approach to Organizational Change in Patient Experience.

Job ResponsibilitiesYou will work with a team of dental professionals committed to the individual needs of our patients and will be encouraged to utilize your dental knowledge and technical skills to the fullest. Ability to establish patient rapport and effectively engage the patient in partnering to maintain oral health. Communicate effectively with patients as educator and advocate; partnering with dentist to support evidence-based philosophy. Job Qualifications


  • Registered Dental Hygiene license; Required and in good standing

  • Local anesthesia endorsement; Required

  • N2O permit; Required and kept current

  • Restorative function endorsement; Required


  • Unrestricted Dental Hygiene license; Required and in good standing


  • Current Dental Hygiene license; Required and in good standing
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Dental Hygienist | Mill Plain, WA

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Willamette Dental