Outstanding manual dexterity and a compassionate and calm disposition are only a few qualities necessary to become a dental hygienist or therapist. These dental professionals are responsible for providing oral health advice, treatment and preventative care to patients, with therapists being able to perform an extensive range of duties, including routine restorations, placement of pre-formed crowns and extractions of deciduous teeth.
Dental hygienist jobs and dental therapist jobs are available as both full and part time positions. Work available in this field may be carried out in private or NHS practices, as well as hospitals. Search our database below to find your ideal dental therapist or hygienist job.