Provide dental services to LCHC patients, including screenings, preventive, restorative and emergency dentistry. Participates in community screenings and oral health education events. LCHC is a patient care, teaching and research organization and also provides workshops, education sessions and outreach – all employees should expect to be involved with these activities to the extent to which will depend upon their position in the organization.


  • Knowledge of examining patients, diagnose dental diseases and provide proper cure in terms of medicines and surgical treatments.
  • Ability to make decisions regarding replacement of teeth, cleaning, filling, extracts with use of hand instruments, medications etc.
  • Development and implementation of treatment plans including suitable heal according to the condition
  • Manage maintain the stocks for surgical materials or medicines
  • Maintain friendly, professional relationship with the patients to educate them about the complications of treatment and duration of healing process
  • Document services appropriately in electronic medical record including medical history and current dental formation.
  • Educate patients with regard to general care, presentations and cleanness of teeth at regular time intervals
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of latest dental treatment techniques
  • Assist with recruitment of staff to complete a dental team
  • Ability to maintain and train the staff
  • Motivate the staff to work tenderly and be friendly with patients and maintain dental treatment standards
  • DDS or DMD degree required
  • Experience in community health setting preferred

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Diana Shaw.