About Ritual

At Ritual we are revolutionizing dental health through a unique blend of cutting-edge innovations, microbiome research, artificial intelligence, and advanced technology. As a multi-specialty dental practice, we are dedicated to transforming the oral health experiences of individuals and families alike.

Our mission is to make the best dental care simple, empowering, and accessible to everyone. Ritual Dental is not just a dental practice; it's a contemporary approach to dentistry that embraces the latest scientific advancements, assisted by AI, and powered by modern technology, skilled hands, and capable minds. 

Our commitment to leveraging technology for precise oral health diagnostics enables our skilled team to spend more time providing personalized coaching and care to our patients. We firmly believe that good oral health is a cornerstone to extending every person's lifespan and enhancing their overall quality of life.

Join us on our journey to empower every individual to transform their Whole Health and extend their lifespan and be a part of the opening of our flagship dental clinic in Tribeca this spring!

About the Role

We're on the lookout for a compassionate and patient-centric Orthodontist to join our esteemed Founding Clinical team. This role offers a unique opportunity to shape patient care, collaborating closely with fellow oral health professionals and specialists, as well as partnering with Ritual’s product and technology teams. Situated in the vibrant heart of Tribeca, NY, our state-of-the-art office provides an inspiring backdrop for creativity and collaboration. Our facility is designed for both style and comfort, boasting spacious operatory rooms, a dedicated staff lounge, and a patient learning hub to foster enhanced connection. Committed to raising the bar for dental care, we aim to deliver a seamless and exceptional experience for our clients. If you are a dedicated Orthodontist with a passion for excellence and innovation, we invite you to become an integral part of our founding team!

This is an in person role, based in New York City, with the opportunity to determine your own working schedule. 

Responsibilities

Clinical Care:

  • Diagnose and treat malocclusions and misalignments of teeth and jaws.
  • Plan and execute orthodontic treatments, including the use of braces, aligners, and other orthodontic appliances.
  • Collaborate in the design and implementation of treatment plans for patients.
  • Monitor progress and make adjustments to treatment plans as needed.

Patient Education

  • Educate patients and their guardians on orthodontic treatment options and post-treatment care.
  • Provide guidance on oral hygiene practices during orthodontic treatment.
  • Counsel patients on habits that may impact orthodontic outcomes.

Collaboration:

  • Collaborate closely with general dentists, oral surgeons, and other specialists to ensure comprehensive care for patients.
  • Maintain effective communication with the dental team to facilitate smooth operations and uphold high-quality care standards.

Continuous Learning:

  • Participate in ongoing education and training to stay updated with the latest orthodontic practices and technologies

Qualifications & Skills

Must Have

  • Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) from an accredited institution
  • Current NY license to practice Orthodontics
  • Completion of an Orthodontic Residency Program
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with an emphasis on patient education
  • Ability to manage patients with sensitivity and patience
  • 2 or more years of experience as an Orthodontist

Nice to Have

  • Experience working in a tech enabled company
  • Board Certification in orthodontics

You may be a good fit for this role if…

You question traditions: You're passionate about creating and comprehending the advances in services, science, and technology. You challenge conventions to solve problems for your patients and peers.

You set the bar high: You push yourself to exceed average expectations. Your commitment to excellence inspires you and your peers to reach consistently high standards, delivering exceptional service supported by the latest scientific advances and technology.

You pursue and empower with knowledge: You believe in the transformative power of knowledge, educating and empowering patients to make informed decisions about their well-being, bridging the information gap between patients and providers.

You work together: You are not afraid to blur the boundaries between disciplines as we seek to solve hard problems. You are intrigued and curious, engaging in lively discussions in the face of dissent. You thrive when working with experts across different disciplines and points of view.

You focus on lasting impact: You prioritize your work for lasting impact, avoiding gimmicks, fads, and short-term results.

Pay, Perks & Benefits at Ritual

The base pay for this role is $1500 daily rate, plus production bonus. Individual compensation for this role will depend on a variety of factors including qualifications, skills and applicable laws.

Ritual's Dedication to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Ritual is committed to pursuing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in our hiring practices. We currently collect optional demographic information from candidates at the application stage in order to allow us to measure outcomes of people from underrepresented backgrounds in our hiring process. Identifying information about a candidate will never be shared externally and will only be used for the purpose of measuring its levels of representation. 

Ritual does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, educational background, or based on an individual's status in any group or class protected by applicable federal, state or local law. Ritual encourages people from all backgrounds to apply to this role!


Please note: Ritual interview requests and job offers only originate from ritualdental.com email addresses (e.g. jsmith@ritualdental.com). Ritual will never ask for bank information (e.g. account and routing number), social security numbers, passwords, or other sensitive information to be delivered via email. 



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