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We have excellent dental nurses and receptionists at Far Headingley Dental Care. Without them the practice would simply not function. They take a prime role in ensuring that our patients are treated with respect in a caring and friendly way and they ensure that our appointments, dental treatment and sterilisation processes run smoothly.

At FHDC we provide 5 days paid CPD (Continuing Professional Development) as part of our annual training, development and appraisal process. This is to help ensure that our support team are up to date with essentials skills such as CPR, but also attend clinical training courses such as assisting with dental implants and learning how to deal with vulnerable people.

We also value the feedback and input from the whole of our team to help us maintain our goal of being the best dental practice in Leeds.

Whilst there may not always be a current vacancy, we are always delighted to hear from dental nurses and receptionists who would like to be part of our modern, friendly dental practice in North Leeds.

Please send your CV with a covering letter via our recruitment page.

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