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We are expanding and seeking a Dentist to join our highly successful dental practice in Savannah, GA! This is a perfect opportunity for a new graduate looking for a great mentor and an amazing culture. This opportunity includes 1 on 1 mentorship from our on-site Partner Doctor as well as an established and growing patient foundation from day one.
Consistently ranked as a top place to live, our practice is just 10 minutes from historic downtown Savannah and 20 minutes to the water in Tybee Island. You'll have access to amazing trails, restaurants, shops, sporting events (the famous Savannah Bananas), and more at this dream location. Living in Savannah is like a permanent vacation -- work/life balance at its finest!
Competitive Pay: $150,000 Guarantee Minimum, 32% of Production
Comprehensive benefits and professional support include:
- Healthcare & Dental, 401K, Short-Term/Long-Term Disability, Time Off
- Paid malpractice coverage
- Annual CE reimbursement + ADA and state society dues
- Paid Invisalign training, coaching, and support
- Clinical freedom and treatment autonomy
- An established and growing patient foundation from day one
- Leadership development opportunities - A dynamic career path that drives your earning potential
- Group practice camaraderie – study clubs, chairside mentoring, GEDC University courses
- An integrated national network of specialist providers at your fingertips, including Endodontists, Pediatric Dentists, Periodontists, Orthodontists, and Oral Surgeons
Amanda Lane | Great Expressions | Dentist Recruiter | [Register to View]
At Great Expressions Dental Centers (GEDC), we empower you to focus on what you love to do: caring for your patients, one smile at a time. When you join us, you will enjoy the clinical autonomy of a private practice without the hassle of managing the critical but time-consuming administrative functions like payroll, IT, recruiting and marketing. Because we handle the back-office functions, you’ll be able to spend 100% of your time building patient relationships and honing a practice where disease dictates treatment.