FAQs – Applicants

Q: How much is the compensation?
A: We pay competitive wages for all of our Independent Contractors and Employees.

Q: How would I get paid?
A: Staff is paid bi-weekly and we have direct deposit.

Q: Are you hiring in my location?
A: Because our event schedule is always changing we encourage you to apply and then we will
reach out as we have a need in your area.

Q: What type of positions are you hiring?
A: We staff dentist, hygienist and dental assistants.

Q: Do you cover travel expenses?
A: Yes, we reimburse according to our travel policy.

Q: Do I need to book my own travel?
A: No, our Staffing Coordinators work with you to book travel.

Q: How long does application process take?
A: Once you apply we will complete a short phone screen and interview with you over the
phone. If hired, we send you an offer packet. Once that is received, along with necessary
documentation you, will become active in our system.

Q: Once I am hired, how long before I am placed on an event?
A: It will depend on when we have events in your area.

Q: How am I notified of an event?
A: An event notice will go out to active staff via text, phone or email.

Q: Do I have to accept all events in your area?
A: No, you can accept events that work for your schedule.

Q: Do I need to be licensed?
A: You must meet all of your state’s licensing requirements.


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Did You Know

Did You Know?

November 1st is National Brush Day!

The ADA, The American Dental Association, asked dentists if they pass out tricks or treats for Halloween and 76% of the dentists who participated indicated that they do hand out candy for Halloween! Some pair this with a toothbrush and reminder to brush, but not all!


If you are looking to pass out more teeth-friendly alternatives, check out some of these options:

Glow Sticks! Who doesn’t love glow sticks!

Trick-or-Treating Beverages! Pass out some decorated water bottles! A great thing for the trekking trick-or-treaters to have!

Pumpkin Oranges! Decorate oranges with fun pumpkin faces! Be sure to use non-toxic markers.

Sugarfree Chewing Gum! Make sure it is okay for the kiddo, but sugar-free gum is a great addition to the Halloween bucket! Research shows that chewing sugarfree gum after eating (meals or candy), helps prevent cavities by stimulating saliva production!

Tricky Trinkets! Spooky fun could include spider rings, vampire teeth, witch fingers, and whatnot! Fake mustaches or funky glasses too!

Crafty things! Stickers, stamps, pencils, etc all make for great fun treats for your little visitors!

Bubbles! Playdoh! Notepads! Mini-Flashlights (perhaps to make a few future dentists!)!