SPECIALTY UNIT: Prosthodontist – Equity Opportunity

LOCATION: North Andover, Massachusetts

JOB TYPE: Full-Time Permanent

Job Description:

Prosthodontists are highly trained and skilled dental professionals who carry out a variety of specialized dental procedures on patients of all ages. Prosthodontics is a specialized branch of dentistry focused on dental restoration through repair and replacement of natural teeth with removable or fixed prosthetic options.  A prosthodontist is a highly trained specialist that plans and performs procedures on patients who have lost or damaged teeth and other oral structures. They then consider which dental prostheses is required by manufacturing customized dental prostheses and making sure they fit properly in the patients’ mouths.

We are seeking a highly skilled Prosthodontist to perform all phases of prosthetic dentistry and related dental implant services to the appropriate standards as set forth by the practice.  Ability to build good rapport with patients and staff and promote the success of the center.  Be willing to take a leadership role in the center with an emphasis on adhering to the highest standards of quality patient care and predictability of outcomes.  Possess a patient-centered mindset and approach to treatment planning and day to day center operations.  To be successful as a Prosthodontist, you should be compassionate towards patients and able to handle stressful situations. Ultimately, an outstanding Prosthodontist should have excellent hand-eye coordination as well as demonstrate exceptional communication and problem-solving skills. 

Technology In the Practice:


Fully digital and paperless

2 CEREC Milling Units

Job Benefits:

  • 40% of collections
  • Clinical Freedom and Treatment Autonomy
  • Established and Growing Patient Foundation
  • Doctor Career Path to Partnership
  • Full Benefits Offered – Healthcare & Dental Benefits, 401K
  • Student Loan Repayment Plan
  • Continued Education Reimbursement, 
  • Group Practice Camaraderie – Strong mentorship program and free membership to Seattle Study Club


  • D.S. or D.M.D. from a school accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) and American Dental Association
  • Licensed to practice in the state
  • Certified in CPR
  • Accurate and precise attention to detail
  • Compassionate and caring of patients
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to work in an intense, concentrated environment
  • Calm and cool-headed with a positive attitude
  • Complies with all office, local, state, and American Dental Association regulations, protocols, and procedures

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