Fort Rouge Dental Group Is Hiring An Oral Surgeon |

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Fort Rouge Dental Group Is Hiring An Oral Surgeon

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Job Title: Oral Surgeon


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Location: 566 Osborne St

Winnipeg MB R3L 2B4

Wage: $23.00 per hour / 40 hours per week

Employment Type: Part-time

Start Date: Starts as soon as possible


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Vacancy: 1 Vacancy 

Verified: Yes

What Does An Oral Surgeon Do?

An oral surgeon is responsible for performing surgical procedures in the mouth, jaw, and teeth. These professional dentists can decide to work in a hospital or private practice. Furthermore, they diagnose and treat a variety of oral health conditions, such as tooth extractions, dental implants, and corrective jaw surgery.

Meanwhile, oral surgeons need to possess excellent diagnostic and surgical skills and strong interpersonal, and communication skills. Their ability to work under pressure as well as manage patient anxiety and pain during surgical procedures is very important and necessary. Additionally, they need to deeply understand the mechanism of anesthesia and pain management methods, and knowledge of the risks involved in these procedures.

At Fort Rouge Dental Group, we are searching for an Oral Surgeon who would join our team 1 Friday per month with access to two operators. We are technologically equipped with a CBCT, Itero, digital radiographs, and a microscope. Also, we are set up for oral sedation and our support team is trained to assist with surgical procedures.

About us

At Fort Rouge Dental Group, we offer our employees a workplace that fosters true collaboration, an enriching, and fulfilling environment where each person is valued, respected, and truly cared about. Over the years, we have been serving Winnipeg and the surrounding communities for more than 65 years. To you, we provide extensive experience which enables us to diversify and concentrate our energy in becoming well-versed in different areas of dental services. 

At Fort Rouge Dental Group, we provide distinctive and advanced technology such as the Periolase laser, 3D scanner for endodontics, implants, and a lot more! Additionally, we have a wide range of progressive dental technologies to help in the diagnosis and treatment of our patients such as dental imaging technology, Cerec, and AlloDerm. As well as VELscope and LANAP/LAPIP laser treatment, which is a scalpel-free alternative to gum disease treatment.

We pride ourselves on providing quality dental care and 4.9 stars on Google reviews. This is a demonstration of our exceptional patient service, commitment to continuous learning, and innovative technology. In addition, through working within the Dentalcorp network, you will be able to work closely and learn from some of the industry’s leading clinicians. While also having greater access to advanced treatment technologies, training, development, and support.

How To Apply

Apply online by sending your resume to: https://www.fortrougedentalgroup.ca/site/home

Services Schedule: (one Friday per month)

Friday – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Benefits Of Joining Our Team

  • Associate Development Program: You will have the opportunity of a structured yet flexible learning initiative with curated offerings from top clinicians. As well as from mentors where you will obtain individualized learning and development plans. We have priority access to free in-person learning and webinars, discounted rates on courses, access to Study Clubs, and online professional communities.
  • Ortho Acceleration Program And Align Partnership: You will be open to a strategic partnership with Align Technology that provides exclusive benefits that are dedicated to learning opportunities and enhanced treatment planning support.  
  • Implant Program: Our Associates benefit from customized training and dedicated learning opportunities for implant placement and restoration, supported by our strategic partnership with Nobel Biocare.
  • Network Of Experienced Dental Professionals: In addition, you will have the opportunities of formal and structured mentorship with esteemed team members and colleagues and access to industry-leading experts in various dental disciplines.
  • Path To Partnership: At Dentalcorp, we offer a clear path to practice leadership for Associates who wish to move beyond their clinical role and become the business leader of a practice.

Requirements

  • Must be a graduate from an accredited DDS/DMD Program or successful completion of the National Dental Examining Board of Canada (NDEB) Equivalency Process.
  • You must also be registered and in good standing with provincial licensing requirements.
  • Have a valid CPR certification.

All applicants must be domiciled in Canada. We thank all applicants for their application, but only suitable applicants will be contacted. Applicants with a disability who require reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process and thereafter can contact our Talent Team at 416-558-3883. Reasonable accommodations will be determined on a case-by-case basis and your request will be responded to as soon as possible.

Sample Interview Questions

  • What is your experience as an oral surgeon, and how do you diagnose and treat oral health problems?
  • Are there any techniques you use to manage the anxiety and pain of patients during surgical procedures, and how do you ensure their comfort and safety?
  • Would you be able to describe a complex surgical procedure you have performed, and how you managed any complications?
  • How do you ensure a patient understands and cooperates with the complex medical information you have conveyed to them?
  • How do you ensure patient satisfaction and feedback, and how do you incorporate this feedback into your practice?
  • When dealing with complex surgical cases or multiple patients at once, how do you prioritize and manage your workload?
  • What are your strategies for ensuring comprehensive and effective patient care with other dental professionals, including general dentists and orthodontists?
  • How do you manage pain during and after procedures that require anesthesia and pain management?
  • What methods do you use to stay up-to-date on the latest surgical equipment and techniques?
  • Describe a time when you had to make a difficult decision concerning patient care, how you dealt with it, and how you resolved it.

What Skills Should An Oral Surgeon Have

As a professional oral surgeon, you will often work with patients of every age group. Licensure is required before practice. Applicants must successfully graduate from a dental school that is accredited and pass the practical and written exams.

Education 

Before you enter dental school, you will require a bachelor’s degree, however, each school has its requirements. Dental schools accept students who have finished certain science courses such as chemistry and biology. There is no particular dental major required.

However, majoring in biology or science may increase one’s chances of acceptance. An individual who wishes to apply to dental school will need to take the DAT or Dental Acceptance Test in their junior year. It is competitive to enter dental school. These tests are in place with other factors including recommendations and grade point average to admit the right students into the program.

Classes including the study of oral disease and health or periodontology, anatomy, radiology, and local anesthesia are covered. Every dental school requires practical practice where students work on patients in a clinical atmosphere while being supervised by a licensed dentist.

Those in high school who are considering a dental career should take courses in anatomy, chemistry, math, and physics.

Training

There are over seven different dental specialties. Each one requires additional training before you can start practicing. Generally, a one or two-year residency program is completed about their specialty. Those practicing general dentistry do not require additional training post-dental school.

However, individuals who wish to teach or conduct research on a full-time basis usually have to spend an extra two to five years attending advanced dental training. Several practicing dentists choose to teach part-time at dental school clinics supervising students.

Licenses, Certifications, And Registrations

Every dentist requires a license. A lot of these organizations prefer oral surgeons who have a degree from an accredited dental school. As well as individuals who pass the practical exam along with the written exam. Furthermore, oral surgeons who intend to practice in one of the over seven specialty areas require a license in that specialty.

Typically, this requires 2 to 4 years of extra schooling. In certain specialties, completing a special state exam is necessary. Post-secondary residency terms may be additionally required which can last up to 2 years.

Required Skills And Qualities 

Communication Skills 

Excellent communication skills are necessary between patients, dental assistants, hygienists, receptionists, and support staff.

Detail Oriented

To make sure that the proper medications and treatment are administered, oral surgeons need to be detail-oriented. They must pay close attention to the teeth and their shape, space, and shade. If they are matching a false tooth alongside the patient’s teeth, color matching is vital.

Dexterity

Oral surgeons need to be adept at working with their hands. They only have limited space to work within.

Leadership Skills 

The majority of dentists have their practice and this means they have to be capable of leading and managing their staff.

Organizational Skills 

Keeping accurate records of every patient and their subsequent treatment is part of being a successful dentist. These skills are crucial in both business and medical environments.

Patience

Dentists commonly work for extended periods with patients who require highly specialized attention. Individuals who fear the dentist and young patients may require extra patience.

Physical Stamina 

Dentists ideally should be comfortable performing physical tasks such as being on their feet and bending over patients for extended time frames.

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