Top 25 Dental Assistant Interview Questions
1. What made you decide to be a dental assistant?
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Dental Assistant
February 27th, 2014

Dental assistants assist the dental operator (dentist or other treating dental auxiliary) provide more efficient dental treatment, by preparing the patient for treament, sterilizing instruments, passing instruments during the procedure, holding a suction device, exposing dental radiographs, taking impressions, and fabricating provisional crowns. Dental operators can focus more time on the procedure, the dental assistant then effectively becomes the operator's extra hands.
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What procedure do you use to sterilize dental equipment?
 
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I first wash the instruments with soap and a brush, then place them in the ultrasonic, dry them in the heater, then bag and place them in the sterilizer.
 
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At first scrubbing equipment, wipe instrument and pack them, then ultra sonic bath last send them autoclave. After that scan the bar code and keep them the right place.
 
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Rinse, place in the shacker, bag, autoclave.
 
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I would use an aceptic procedure. Making sure that all areas are clean and disinfected then all instruments are either in the autoclave or cold sterol.
 
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Ultrasonic cleaning and steam sterilization.
 
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What is your most valuable attribute you will bring to our office?
 
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Efficiently and willingness to learn.
 
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My most valuable attribute would be dedication and loyalty to an employer who treats me with respect in a professional manner.
 
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I am a team player, calm minded, goal orientated, and enthused to learn a new skill.
 
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Working as part of a team.
 
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My most valuable attribute is that I am easy to work with and get alone with.
 
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Are you CPR Certified? If not, why? And do you plan on getting your certification?
 
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I have always been in the past not currently but I can easily get a certification.
 
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I have always been in the past but right now it is out of date.
 
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I am not CPR Certified. The reason as to why is because I've never needed to. And I will get my certification if I am asked to.
 
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No , have to go for a one day in adelaide.
 
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Yes, however I believe it will be time to renew it soon.
 
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Do you enjoy working with other people?
 
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Love it Always been team orientated SLSC etc.
 
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Yes. I like to work with others that share the same passion as I do.
 
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Yes I like team work, and that makes me works easier.
 
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Yes I enjoy working with others and I am a multi-tasker.
 
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I love to work with people young and old they are the reason I love my job.
 
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How long do you see yourself at this office if hired?
 
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Depends how well I fit in.
 
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As long as yall want to keep me.
 
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I plan to establish at a career at your office, and hopefully work until retirement.
 
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As long as I gain my license in dental hygiene.
 
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I would love to be here long-term. I don't foresee any moves in the near future so I would say atleast five years.
 
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What dental knowledge do you possess? How did you come about this knowledge?
 
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I attended a nine month dental course.
 
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I am a dentist in my country.
 
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I feel I have an above average amount of dental knowledge... It started with dentl assisting school and then after I worked for a fabulous dentist whom was alwasy giving background info on dental related things. From there I have alwasy been inquisitibe and asked questions cause I want to know the answer to it. it helps me understand and in returen I am able to communicate with patients also.
 
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Sound, ive almost completed half of the certificate 3 in dental assisting.
 
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I dental knowledge is radiology, infection control, and chairside assistant. I obtain this knowledge through my instructors at Miller Motte Technical College.
 
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How would you rate your listening skills?
 
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On a scale from 1- 10, I would rate my listening skills an 8. I would ask whomever is speaking to me is it okay if they can repeat their statement.
 
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With 10 being the highest a 10
 
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Very good! About a 9 I love to listen!
 
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I would say there quite proficient.
 
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Very high. I always pay attention to detail.
 
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What was your best experience thus far as a dental assistant?
 
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Seeing patients that come into the practice who are not happy about there dental health, and our team being able to make suggestions so they can improve their oral health.
 
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I just graduated from college and this will be my first experience working at a dental office.
 
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Getting to learn so much about the teeth and how to take good care of them.
 
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My best experience was watching the faces of the patient when they got their braces taken off after such a long time. And they can't stop smiling.
 
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Hands on experience and interaction with patients and also learning new things everyday.
 
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What are three key traits a dental assistant needs to have?
 
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Listening skills, friendly and hard worker.
 
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Communication, good attitude, and energetic.
 
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Good character, willing to learn, and fat.
 
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Honest communication, sense of humor, a desire to serve others.
 
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Time management, reliable and a team worker.
 
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Tell me about your last experience working with a dentist? How did you two get along?
 
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I have not worked with a dentist yet.
 
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There was more than one doctor and for the most part it was easy to communicate.
 
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I always try to fit in my jobs, being friendly, with sense of humor, and hard worker,
 
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I believe the last Doctor I worked for was amazing. We got along very well. I had his procedures memorized and knew what he wanted and needed before the next step.
 
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We got along great and worked very well and efficiently together.
 
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Where did you learn basic skills dealing with patients?
 
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From the dental assistanting class.
 
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In my practice, also studied online information. I was trained by a co worker who was also a dental assistant.
 
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I have a lot of experience with customer service and dealing with others personally. I would like to think I am a people person.
 
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Courses I have taken throughout the years.
 
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I have learned from watching the more experienced staff members around me. Learning what the dentist would say.
 
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What experiences do you have in a medical office?
 
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I have no experience in a medical office, but that is something I hope to change.
 
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I have worked in the dental field for 13 years.
 
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My last postions was a sterile tech so my main focus was keeping everything sterilized and keeping the dental office safe.
 
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I have worked in an orthodontic office as an assistant for 2 years, and now I am in a general practice and orthodontic office as an assistant. I have been at my current office for 2 years. I am experienced with ortho, restorations amalgam and composit, crown and bridge, temporaries, oral surgery, dentures and partial adjustments, impressions, prophy, and sterilization.
 
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Just the 96 hrs of field placement.
 
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Have you ever not worked well with others?
 
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No. I always get along with everyone.
 
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No, I try my best to get along with others to make work less stressful.
 
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No really, I am very laid back and easygoing.
 
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Yes, when other team members slack off and make my job harder than it needs to be.
 
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No I do not recall a time where working with others was an issue.
 
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Are you CPR certified?
 
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No because none of my jobs in the past I've required me to be.
 
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Yes but I need to update it.
 
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No. But I have always wanted to be because I've babysat my whole life, and I've always thought of doing it to make the parents more comfortable.
 
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Not at this time but could easily get recertified.
 
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Yes, while in Dental Assisting school I was certified though HeartQuest LLC.
 
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What experience do you have?
 
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300 chair side assisting.
 
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I have 120 hrs and the willingness to learn.
 
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I have worked with a general dentist performing all the dental assistant needs and also along side an oral surgeon.
 
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I have worked in a couple of dental offices and I can do chair side and front office as well as some lab work.
 
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I have experiecnce working with a wide range of people.
 
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What is more important to you, money or work?
 
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I would say they are equivalent important because without work there is no money. So with that being said I give my 100% to earn my money by working hard at work.
 
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Work is more important to me, because I feel that if you are working you have a better chance of being successful rather than relying on money all your life.
 
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I believe that money is important but it is only one piece of the package. It is important for me to enjoy what I am doing, to fit into the company, and feel that I am doing a genuine contribution.
 
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The patients are what are important they should always feel comfortable and satisfied with the work that is being done and also help the to maintain a healthy mouth.
 
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Both. I need work to have something to do and also to bput food on the table and I need money to buy the things I need in life like petrol.
 
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What is your least favorite type of patient?
 
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None, I see all my patients equally.
 
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I don't consider having a least favorite type of patient, everyone is different and you have to work with anyone even if they give you a hard time.
 
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My least favorite type of patient are kids because they can't sustain the pain like an adult.
 
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I am not sure what you mean by this can you elaborate.
 
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I do not have a least favorite I believe in treating patients just as I would anyone else.
 
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If a patient complains I didn't properly care for them during the last appointment, how will you react?
 
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Depending on how angry they were, I may have to take them into a private consulting room and listen to their problem. I would apologise and reassure that the next time if they preferred, they could have someone else to assist or if my apology was enough, I would ensure that I ould care for them a whole lot more next time.
 
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I would ask the patient why they felt that way. Then assure them that you had done everything need to help them. Then ask the patient what I can do to make their experience at our office better.
 
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I would ask what are the concerns the patient is having and I would ask if there was anything I can do for them and reassure them that I am taking a the necessary steps to treat them the best way I can.
 
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I give a sincere apology and try to give a better care in their next appointment.
 
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Ask questions to discover why they feel that way.
 
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Where do you see your career in five years?
 
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I see myself as a successful registered dental assistant working with a team of dental professionals who share my strong passion for the dental field.
 
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I see myself as an assistant and dental instructor.
 
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I see myself trying to advance my career in dentistry.
 
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In 5 years I am comfortable assisting the doctor just like any other day... I do see monetary improvments in 5 years cause I know I can benefit the office in 5 years, sometimes I think I would like to be an office manager and help work hand in hand with the doctor to better the practice on another level, but I enjoy the assisting side of it so much it would be a change I would really have to think about.
 
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Above and beyond any other career, the dental health career has flourished in the past years and seems to be one of the leading careers in the health field.
 
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Tell me some techniques you employ to keep an office organized?
 
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I was in charge of inventory and ordering and keeping a budget for all supplies.. I was able to create a pattern of when items were needed so it was something that was prepared for when the cost came up... I frequently inventoried as I was working to notice things needing updating or ordering and I started a order system that worked very well.. Doc always stated that he never ran out of anything cause I was able to anticipate what would be needed in the future and make sure it was on hand.
 
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I like to stay ahead of the game and prepare for procedures ahead of time if time allows, and I like to make sure my charting is done in the beginning so all that is needed after the procedure is finishing my note.
 
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Keep a positive and clutter free environment. And making sure that everyone is on the same page with how things need to be run in the office.
 
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I offer assistance to other hygienists to keep the flow of patients running smoothly and monitor the scheduler.
 
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I believe the last Doctor I worked for was amazing. We got along very well. I had his procedures memorized and knew what he wanted and needed before the next step.
 
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Do you pay attention to detail? Give me an example of a time when you caught yourself nitpicking something?
 
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Yes, I often have noticed that I like to try and have everything needed at the chair side to be ready and feel I tend to beat myself up if not completely prepared.
 
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I was polishing a clients teeth and was having a hard time getting the distals of the molars. There were a couple tiny pieces I couldnt seem to get, even with the floss. So I went in with a sulca brush and that seemed to do the trick. I couldnt stop until it was perfect.
 
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Yes I am very detailed oriented, I always make sure everything is done correctly and nothing is out of place.
 
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Yes, I pay attention to detail. I find myself nitpicking temporary crowns I am constantly making sure they are perfect.
 
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I do pay attention to detail and some situations would be with cleaning and maintanence... We used to have our own roosm and even though they were basically set up the same we were responsibile for stalking and cleaning our room.. I would be nitpicky when going into the other assistants room to work and it kwasnt organized as mine was.... She was a great assistant but it drove me crazy when I had to work in her clutter.
 
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Tell me about a time when you handled multiple tasks at once?
 
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I wanted to go for a run but I had to study, so I made cue cards and studied them while on the treadmill.
 
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When I was studying for my master. I was a mother of a 2 years old, full time worker, full time student, and a wife.
 
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I made sure I did the task that took the least amount of time first and in the order of importance. I made sure I worked quickly but accurately.
 
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The receptionist called to be off and I had to run front office and be the assistant for the day.
 
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Many times at work there is multiple things that need done such as: having multiple patients checked in.. I assist as many as I can being able to still focus on each individual themselves, preparing for any procedure next that need done, and doing all computer software updating on patient.
 
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What will you contribute to this office?
 
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I am a good team member and very reliable.
 
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I will contribute efficiency and team player mindset.
 
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My enthusiam and professional manner with brighten anyones day.
 
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I will contribute a smooth running office, another helper to turn to for help, a quick reacting employee and efficient work.
 
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A reliable team player that is easy to talk to and thrives under constructive critisism.
 
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What do you think you will dislike most about being a dental assistant?
 
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Charting until I feel comfortable and knowing I am documenting correctly.
 
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I am not sure to be honest.
 
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I dislike when I try to offfer oral hygiene instruction and the client refuses to even try. At least ive told them though if one day they decide to change their mind.
 
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I do not think I have anything that I dislike about dental assisting. I love the job.
 
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Proberly getting spit on me.
 
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How many years or months experience do you have dealing with patients?
 
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14-15 years in he dental field.
 
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In the dental field 2months, as manager for housekeeping in a nursing home 4yrs.
 
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At this moment 0. I hope to gain many years experience working here.
 
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I have years of cutsomer service but dealing with paitents is a little bit diffrent as you have the priveldge to know intimate details about them ie there mouth.
 
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I have almost 5 years of dealing with patients.
 
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In the past, how have you calmed down upset patients?
 
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Talking calmly to them. Try to reassure them in what they are here for.
 
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Asking them to look directly in my eyes, and asking them questions that either redirect them or help me to understand why they are upset. Sometimes all a person needs is to feel that someone else is listening to them.
 
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In the past I never did this but I saw my mother trying to make an upset patient smiling with a comic story of her life when she was a patient too and it really worked.
 
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If a partner or relative is on hand I have gotten them to sit at the end of th dental chair or to stand and offer a reassuring hand, made friendly banter jokes and my own personal experience. I acknowledge that they are upset and offer empathy and reassurance where appropriate.
 
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I talk to them in a calm manner trying to explain that we need them to stay calm or the procedure will not be done and explain what it is left in the procedure to do before we are done.
 
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What roles of leadership have you performed in your career so far?
 
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To be able to work independently of the senior dental assistant during work placement chair side and during reception showing I have the ability to set up at the start of day and close.
 
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I always step up and help other assistants out when needed and go the extra mile.
 
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I have been in charge of ordering stock in the office and having annual inventory meetings. I believe it takes leadership for your colleagues to know what and where to write items down that need to be ordered. If an assistant is having a hard time catching a good accurate X-ray, I have been turned to to help expose a proper X-ray. It makes me feel good and confident about what I do and shows leadership qualities.
 
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Team leader with all staff... I was a go to for info and advice and was looked up to in a respected role.... I handled all assistnant training and even some hygieneist training (not so much telling them how to do their job but showing them the role the doctor wanted them to take in his practive and how he liked them to handle certain situations.)
 
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I worked as dentist in my own office for two years.
 
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Do you speak any other languages?
 
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Yes I speak Spanish.
 
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I speak a little bit of french. I went to school for it.
 
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No not fluently but do know a lil german.
 
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I have some experience in speaking Spanish, but I am not fluent.
 
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Unfortunately at the moment I only speak one language but I do have an app on my phone called duolingo and I am trying to learn French in my down time.
 
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Give me an example of a tough patient you had to deal with?
 
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I have been called foul names by a patient because she was unaware that the procedure would take more than one appointment and just calmly tried to explain to the patient reasoning for the numbered appointments.
 
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My most difficult patient was one who had many health concerns and was quite loney... She would come in and really not have any teeth concerns except for the ones she had created in her head. She just needed someone to convey to.. Someone for her to compolaine and dump all her problems and issues on.. She was a very sweet lady and as emotionally draining it was to work on her... And I did grumble a little when I would see her on the schedule it was very rewarding to know that she only wanted to be in my chair and that she would tell me frequently how mych she appreciated my listening and being a confidant for her... Not only was she afraid of dental situations but after many a visits with the doc and myself she was muych more comfortable coming in and havng minor things done. Very rewarding to know I helped her along her path even if it was to only be there and be understanding as she worked through her own stuff.
 
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In the urology clinic Dr was running late, the patient was very upset. I kept updating the patient showing I cared.
 
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5 yo boy needed a sports guard for lacrosse. I explained what was involved with taking an impression to both him and his father. Child watched as impression material was mixed and placed in pre sized tray. I explained what was going to happen and as I was placing impression tray in mouth the child freaked out. With the impression material already in child's mouth I could not remove it as child could possibly choke. So I tried distraction techniques with a calm voice and got the impression that was needed.
 
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Every once in a while a patient will be unhappy with the service received. The best way to handle the situation is to always remain calm, listen to their complaint, and explain to them that you are sorry and hope that their next experience with the company will be better.
 
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Tell me about yourself.
 
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I am entergetic a quick learner not selfish and a great team player with great ambitions.
 
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I am a quick learner who is ready to make this my career. I am caring and understanding to other people needs. Any task given to me will be done.
 
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I am a student at fanshawe, I work at no frills, I love going for walks around the pond by my house, my dog is my lofe and I love aimals, Ihave 2 brothers.
 
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What does team work mean to you?
 
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I am friendly outgoing enjoy working with people professional and courteous, I volunteer once a week providing client transport for a mental health program, it makes me feel really good helping others in the community.
 
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How do you handle stress?
 
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I handle it well. There are times when it gets to me. We are all human. I can work pretty well under stressful situations and stay calm.
 
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I take a couple minutes to breathe deeply and clear my head. If I feel im getting flustered or stressed I just need to tell myself everythins fine and I start to feel better.
 
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I use mindfulness techniques to be aware of whats causing the stress and then take action to rectify it if I can change it what steps do I take if I can't at that point I acknowledge that I can't change it and move on.
 
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I handle stress by leaving work and personal life separate.
 
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I handle stress good because everytime I wanted to do something, I did with pleasure and I never thinking about me because I like to see people happy, no matter what circumstance.
 
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What does teamwork mean to you?
 
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Not trying to overshadow the next person, working together to get things done, getting along, and communicating well with each other.
 
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Working together to strive as a great company, coming up with suggestions and talking them over.
 
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Team work means everyone is on the same page and works well together in assisting if something is needed from another team member.
 
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Working together to reach goals. Everyone doing their part and helping others do theirs if needed.
 
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It means to me help each other and works towards the same goal.
 
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How would you rate your professional skills?
 
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I would rate my professional skills very high. You have to be able to deal with all types of personalities in a professional matter. When inevitable mistakes happen, owning up to your mistake and your willingness to fix it shows professional qualities.
 
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I am very professional but not to the point of making people uncomfortable or intimateded.
 
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An eight because there is always room for improvement.
 
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I'm clean and presentable, and I speak well, I would say there proficient.
 
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Average. I am still learning every day as I go.
 
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Are you an outgoing individual?
 
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I try to be. I am more of a home body. I enjoy my time with my children and relaxing at home reading a good book.
 
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Yes. I am a very outgoing individual. I enjoy meeting new people and interacting with others.
 
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I feel that I am I enjoy being around people helping them but I am quiet happy to work on my own.
 
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Yes I am, but also proffessional at the same time.
 
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I am a very outgoing individual. I do not find it hard to get along with others.
 
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Tell me a little bit about yourself?
 
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I am well-rounded, great communication skills, thoughtful, hard worker, and great at multitasking.
 
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I am a veteran married 5 children 6 grand kids im 50
 
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I am a mother of two grown children. I have one granddaughter that is two years old and one on the way. I have worked since I was 16 years old. I was windowed when I was 30 years old. I am happily remarried. I love to travel. I live in Saint James, and am willing to relocate closer to the Sullivan area as my husband works out of Sullivan. I enjoy time with family.
 
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Hard working, team player, little experience in da but have great intentions to gain the experience and more knowledge with this position.
 
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I am a single young mother trying to do my best for myself and daughter and go as far in life as God is willing to bless me.
 
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How does this position, affect your career plans?
 
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This is the start of my career. This will allow me to grow and be the assistant I know I am able to become.
 
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It would help me achieve my plan to get back into the dental field.
 
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This position would only help my career plans by giving me experience and a chance at advancement.
 
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In all the right ways. It is exactly what I am wanting for my career to progress and my experience to grow.
 
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In ten years I feel I could have saved enough money to help with my retirement.
 
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Have you shadowed a dentist's office before?
 
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Yes I have. I observed the assistants throughout the entire day.
 
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Yes. In October of 2015 I shadowed a few assistants during my clinical placement.
 
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I have worked as a dental assistant for over 4 years. This provided me to obtain many skills to become an efficient dental assistant.
 
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Yes, during my externiship.
 
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I have worked at an office next side to doctors.
 
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What is your favorite type of patient?
 
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I like each type of patient! I think they bring their own uniqueness to the clinic. And I like getting to know each of them.
 
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The patient that needs a lot of work, because of the reaction they have when they have completed all the work and see their new smile.
 
3.
The kind that trusts the dental team.
 
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Every patient because each one has something unique about them and I love meeting new people.
 
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I enjoy patients who are friendly and positive as well but understand not everybody is gifted with that type of attitude.
 
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If a patient complains they had to wait too long to see the doctor, what will you do the next time they visit?
 
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Maybe that day had an emergency. I would let them know the reason for having to wait that long, and for next time I would say hopefully it wouldnt happen again.
 
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I will make sure the patient is at the appointment at the correct time and get them seated the room as soon as a room is available. I will make sure I stay positive and make there visit fun so they would not be thinking about there last visit.
 
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I would ensure that they be seen and let the doctor know the that patient has arrived back.
 
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I will apologize and just explain that we must have been running behind, I am sorry next time if they are not able to wait they have the option of rescheduling.
 
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I would welcome them and explain if the dentust was running late. I would then go into the dentist and explain that he kept his nxt pt waiting a long time ago last time they were hwre.
 
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If a patient complains parking is too tough, how will you react?
 
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I would ask them if they would like to reschedule appt. Have someone to drop them off.
 
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I will just smile and let them know I will tell the office manager about it or the dentist so next visit there will be no problems.
 
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I would offer alternatives, like public transit or a cab.
 
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I would apologize and suggest maybe a different time for their next appointment to try to avoid the problem if possible.
 
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Apologize.
 
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