Careers

“Being a team member with Gentle Dentist is much like being part of a family.”

Dr. Benjamin Stevens
Gentle Dentist, Westfield

Thank you for your interest in job opportunities with Gentle Dentist. Gentle Dentist is a part of Mortenson Dental Partners (MDP), one of the largest groups of employee-owned dental practices in the United States. MDP consists of over 140 practices across nine states and over 1,800 team members. Our values were built on a foundation of love for one another, regardless of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion or other attributes. We are committed to a workplace that truly represents the community we serve, and are continually looking for talented, caring and dedicated professionals to join our growing team.

Along with our friendly culture, we provide benefits like competitive pay, paid time off and an Employee Stock Ownership Plan. Whether you’re a hygienist, dental assistant, practice manager, or want to work in our Support Center, you can truly own your future with MDP.

To view opportunities in our National Support Center, please click here.

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94.61
Average Net Promoter Score

The percentage of customers most
likely to recommend us to a friend

4.8 (94)

Google Rating

The above scores represent the averages across all locations for the past month.

What’s It Like to Work Here?
Why Mortenson?
Employee Stock Ownership Plan
Culture

Equal Opportunity Employer

It is our policy to recruit, hire, train and promote team members without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability or veteran status, except where age, sex or physical status is a bona fide occupational qualification.

Mortenson Dental Partners uses E-verify to verify the identity and employment eligibility of applicants.

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