Dental Associate (REF# JOB-1441)

Permanent, Surrey


A great opportunity for an associate dentist to join this well established practice in Woking, Surrey.

-Up to 2 days per week (Wednesday/Thursday)

-Up to 2,260 UDAs

-Great private earning potential

-Established patient base

-Covering a period of maternity from August 2024 to July 2025

About the practice:

-Established with 5 surgeries, this practice benefits from over 20 years local experience and a long-standing patient base.

-The practice has a modern working environment which is fully computerised with Dentally software and digital x-rays.

-Longstanding family oriented team of four general dentists (two of which have been in practice for 20 years!), an Implant Surgeon, Oral Surgeon and Dental Hygienists, supported by a fully-trained qualified professional support staff and a clinical practice manager.

-Free allocated car parking for all staff

-Links to train stations

-An affluent area with huge private revenue potential

-Established patient list

Reasons to join the practice:

-In-house CPD events

-Career development support

-Large clinical support network

-The latest equipment and technology

-Sponsored education and established career pathways, with clinical and non-clinical roles to further develop your career


-A Invisalign discount course and discount of labs bills (20 % iGO and 46% on comprehensive treatment)

-Implant discount- Straumann, Astra, Nobel Biocare and Zimmer Biomet

-5 % discount if you choose to use their Dental Care Labs

-Earn up to £3,000 per referral in our employee/associate referral scheme


-A large support network of clinicians and Local Referral Networks including support from Area Clinical Leads and Area Managers

-Highest standards of clinical governance and expert practice support – giving you the time to concentrate on delivering excellent patient care

-Access to an in-house complaint team

-Well-managed appointment book

-Practice level marketing support

-Network of 380+ practices making it easier to relocate

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