Pediatric dentists or pedodontists are pediatricians of dentistry. Children are not always patient and cooperative during dental visits. Pediatric dentists are specially trained to examine and treat children in ways that make them feel at ease. A pediatric dentist has two to three years additional specialized training following four years of dental school and is dedicated to the from infancy through the teen years. Job Responsibilities
Pediatric Dentist Duties and Responsibilities
Pediatric dentists provide comprehensive oral care for patients aged about 12 months to 18 years old. Oral examinations are an important part of the job, but duties extend beyond exams and often beyond the exam room itself. Those responsibilities include:
Evaluate and Treat Pediatric Dental Patients Performing oral examinations and corrective care for children is the pediatric dentists core responsibility. This includes everything from dental exams and repairing cavities to diagnosing oral conditions and injuries and developing treatment plans.
Dental Health Education Because pediatric dentists work primarily with new teeth, they teach children hygiene habits that will last a lifetime and maintain their dental health. Pediatric dentists offer children and their parents instruction on cleaning and flossing teeth, provide dietary counseling, and organize educational services for their communities.
Manage Behavioral Issues Dental phobias are common in children, but pediatric dentists are trained to handle anxious patients with a variety of tactics. Some common strategies include adopting a kind and encouraging demeanor, clearly and calmly explaining each step of the exam or otherwise engaging with patients and, if necessary, sedation.
Continuing Education Healthcare is a changeable industry, dentistry included. Continuing education programs keep pediatric dentists up-to-date as technological advancements and research breakthroughs drive the industry forward. A career-long pursuit of knowledge also helps dentists master new skills, refine old ones, and guarantee their patients receive the highest standard of treatment and preventive care. Most states require dentists earn continuing education credits to maintain professional licensure.
Office Management Owning apractice means youre also running a business. That means hiring and managing associates and staff, establishing and sticking to a budget, and making sure the office is furnished with everything from waiting room chairs to medical equipment. Since pediatric dentists work exclusively with children, this entails decorating their practice in a way thats appealing and comforting to kids. You cant run a business without clients, so dentists must also strategize how to grow their patient base. Requirements
- BDS, DMD, DDS, or equivalent And Completion of specialty qualification as per the Recognized Specialty
- 2 to 4 years experience with pediatrics and a strong client base in UAE
Job Description :
To ensure customer service and support all operations. To create customer delight at every interaction.
Interacting with external customers and internal customers and addressing their queries, requests and complaints.
Committed TATs are met consistently
Complaints Management- addressing customer complaints at the branch, system updation, coordination with Sales/HUB/ other functions for resolution.
Refunds processing and dispatch
Undelivered policy documents tracking and management.
Maintenance of all files and registers.
New Business Processing:-
Handling end to end New business processing starting from creation of Client id,Case start up, New business login, Follow up for policy issuance, Quality Check
Follow up with HUB for policy issuance of pending cases