Business Office Careers at Dental Depot
Dental Depot was started in Oklahoma City in 1978
What started as a private practice with nine chairs in a renovated duplex in Oklahoma City’s historic Linwood neighborhood has grown into a group practice spanning 20+ offices across three states, with more to come in 2020. In fact, Dental Depot is one of the largest employers in the state, with more than 500 Oklahomans at last count, and more than 200 employees in Texas and Arizona. The business has been family-owned and operated by the Ashmore family since the beginning and the owners continue to practice here today.
Become Part of the Dental Depot Business Office
At Dental Depot we’re not just a team, we’re family. When you join Dental Depot, you will be welcomed into a team-oriented, non-corporate atmosphere where you can focus on providing your patients with excellent care.
Dental Depot’s office managers and assistant manager are responsible for ensuring their assigned offices operate efficiently. These leadership teams oversee daily office operations, solve conflicts, provide consistent feedback and guidance for team members, mediate patient concerns and more.
Business Office Assistant (BOA)
BOAs are the first friendly faces our patients see when they enter our offices. They are responsible for checking-in patients and scheduling appointments, as well as keeping patient records up-to-date. As a BOA, you’ll build positive relationships and communicate information between our patients and the rest of the team.
Patient Care Coordinator (PCC)
Our PCCs act as interpreters between dentists and their patents, transforming proposed treatment options into actionable services. PCC’s use insurance breakdowns and fee schedules to determine the estimated benefits a patient will receive so they get the care they need with the financial flexibility they deserve. As a PCC, you will work closely with both the front office and clinical staff to ensure patients receive the care they need, are billed appropriately, and understand their benefits and treatment plan.
Patient Account Service Rep. (PASR)
PASRs help patients get the most from their dental benefits and are responsible for collecting payments and billing insurances. As a PASR, you’ll develop conflict resolution skills and learn to work with insurance companies and Medicaid to ensure claims are filed and payments recieved.
Leadership in Training (LIT)
LITs are trained across all positions so they have a better understanding of what each position does and how they work together. This prepares them for becoming a leader in our offices and better equips them to make financial, clinical and human resource decisions.
Dental Depot currently has 24 locations across three states, and even more locations in the works.
Our buildings are warm and inviting to all ages. There are clock towers, railroad crossing arms and signs, and large-scale trains in front for kids to enjoy. Whether it is a train running from room to room, or our amazing collection of memorabilia, there is always something interesting to capture peoples’ attention.
The trains started with small models running through the office. Later, exterior trains were added, which are really like art installations. They are built from scratch by our facilities team, and each one is unique
Frequently Asked Questions by Dentists
We try to keep things simple and use products that are similar throughout all our locations. If there is a product that you are wanting to try or want, Dr Glenn would be happy to review the product for efficiency and cost effectiveness for our clinics. Just let your office manager know.
We have many doctors who work for us one to two days per week. We commonly employ doctors to work on Saturdays to supplement their income.
No, by law we are unable to make doctors refer within.
- Pediatric Specialists
A career at Dental Depot will give you a number of distinct advantages. You’ll be in a unique position to not only get the necessary reps you need to fine-tune your skills, but you’ll also learn the business side of running a successful practice. Plus, our collaborative environment allows you to participate in challenging patient care decisions, day one.