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Joining mydentist as a Dentist

Looking for a role where you can use your skills as a clinician to make a real difference? At mydentist, we have nearly 600 industry-leading dental practices across the UK, and we’re always seeking talented and ambitious dentists to provide the highest level of care to all our patients.

Whether you prefer to work within the NHS, want to increase your private revenue, or do a mixture of both, we’ll back you in building a career that works for you. Each of our practices is staffed by experienced and well-established teams, ready to support you in doing what you do best.

We’re investing millions of pounds to provide clinicians with the latest equipment, the best clinical support, and world-class training opportunities, such as our in-house Dental Academy. That’s why there’s never been a better time to join one of our friendly local dental practices and get the support you need to build the career you want.

Our hiring process

Stage 1

The process starts with a telephone conversation with one of our clinical resourcing specialists. They’ll identify your specific requirements and find the perfect role to suit you. They’ll ask you what sort of contract you’d like, the type of practice you want to work in, what your long-term career objectives are and how we can support you with them. They’ll then shortlist suitable roles and arrange for you to visit the practices which are the best match for you.

Stage 2

Following that you’ll have a clinical telephone discussion. Your clinical resourcing specialist will arrange for a clinical support manager to call you at a convenient time to discuss your clinical experience. This is also a chance for you to ask any questions you might have and talk one to one with a clinical colleague. The call usually takes about half an hour.

Stage 3

Next, a practice manager or area manager will meet you and . You will enjoy a tour of the practice and be introduced to the team.

Stage 4

If you’re successful, we’ll make you a formal offer. Your clinical resourcing specialist will put you in touch with one of our resourcing support advisors. They’ll collect all of your compliance details and arrange for you to attend an induction, where you’ll meet fellow clinicians new to mydentist. This takes place at the world-class mydentist Academy in Manchester, and covers CPR, compliance, PDP’s, best practice and how to get the most from working with us.

Stage 5

You’ll then be free to start work at your chosen practice. You’ll benefit from a practice orientation and really get to know the team. You’ll also meet and receive further support from the regional team, including the clinical support manager and clinical director.

Why become a Dentist?

To help others

Being a dentist is a really rewarding profession, especially when you’re supported to deliver the best possible care in well-equipped practices. Many people in the UK are suffering from dental disease and clinicians are a crucial part of treating and relieving this pain, drastically improving the quality of life for patients across the country. Dentists also play a big part in encouraging correct and healthy dental hygiene

Grow your private base

You’ll have access to the training, investment, and support you need to grow a private base that works for you. We aim to support all our clinicians to allow them to work the way they want, and always do our best to ensure all dentists feel secure in their role and able to focus on the areas of dentistry that matters most to them.


At mydentist, you’ll have real flexibility with the days and hours you work and the treatments you provide, whether that’s treating NHS or private patients, or specialising in a particular area of dentistry.

Competitive pay

Dentists in the UK can earn between £50,000 to £110,000. Private dentists and those with an in-demand speciality can expect to earn even more.