What We Do

Dandy is a business-in-a-box for dentists. Our vision is to become the operating system for every dental office in America by leading the transition to digital dentistry for the $200 billion industry.  Headquartered in New York City, Dandy is backed by the world's leading venture capital investors.

About the Role

Dandy is hiring an experienced implant treatment planner to join our rapidly growing venture-backed company. The Implant Planning team owns Dandy’s Guided Surgery product line, providing doctors with best-in-class implant planning and surgical guides. In this role, you’ll work with our doctors to plan their implants and ensure successful implant surgery. We are building a best-in-class guided surgery product, and as an early member of our Guided Surgery team, you will play a part in shaping what our product looks like in the future.

What You'll Do

  • Design treatment plans for a variety of guided surgery cases, ranging from single / multi-unit implants to complex full-arch restorations requiring stackable guides.
  • Design plans according to Doctors’ prescription requests and / or company parameters.
  • Be a thought partner to our doctors to ensure that treatment plans meet their goals. This includes meeting with doctors virtually to review plans or providing video overviews for doctors to approve
  • Maintain strong attention to detail to produce high quality treatment plans / designs that meet doctors’ specifications every time
  • Communicate with our internal team in order to relay design / case questions or issues to Doctors

What We're Looking For 

  • Experienced user of major implant planning softwares required. Bonus points for experience using CoDiagnostix and Dental Wings
  • Minimum 2 years experience as a dental laboratory or in-house implant treatment planner. Bonus points for work at a dedicated implant planning company.
  • Experience working directly with doctors to review treatment plans
  • Proficient in dental anatomy/terminology/morphology
  • Strong computer skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to problem solve independently
  • Ability to meet deadlines while maintaining superior quality standards for every case
  • Desire to work at a fast growing, fully-digital lab

Bonus Points For:

  • Experience with chairside conversions 
  • 3Shape or Dental Wings experience
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent a plus, but not required
  • CDT degree a plus, but not required

What Benefits We Offer

  • Fully sponsored best in class healthcare including medical, dental, and vision
  • Competitive salary and equity packages
  • 401k program

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