Dental Office Cover Letter Sample

Dental Receptionist Cover Letter

Dental receptionist cover letter is a good way to introduce you to the prospective employers. The main goal of writing a cover letter is to get a job interview. Employers have huge expectation in terms of your educational background and communication skills. It is not possible to show this in your resume, hence a cover letter should be accompanied with it. The letter should be short, specific and should be written according to the company's requirements. It should portray you as an ideal candidate and deliver message about your interest for the job.

The sample cover letter for dental receptionist will show you some important tips and guidelines to write one.

Sample Dental Receptionist Cover Letter


From
Sarah Nelson
356 West North Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
United States
(412)-378-3654
sarahnelson@coverletter.com

August 2, 2011

To
Karen Campbell
Hiring Manager
Dental Clinic
2867 West Thunderbird Road
Glendale, Arizona
United States

Dear Mr. Campbell,

I am interested in working in your clinic as a dental receptionist. I read about your advertisement in Sunday Times dated 28th July. I have all the experience and skills you are looking in an ideal candidate. As requested, I have enclosed my resume that will give you detailed information about my work history and educational background.

I have four years of experience working as a dental reception with Beautiful Smile Clinic which is in Pittsburgh. Apart from greeting the patients, I was also responsible for administrative work. I am good with organizing; filing patients record and provide them when required. I have good communication skills, capable of communicating with patients well and explain them the different procedures and norms of the clinic. This is what I can offer your organization.

I would appreciate if we can meet up for an interview and discuss on this further. If you have any query, you can call me at (412)-378-3654 or drop me an e-mail at sarahnelson@coverletter.com.

Thank you so much for your patience and considering my letter.

Sincerely,
Sarah Nelson

Attachments: Resume and Work Experience Certificates

Sample Dental Receptionist Cover Letter


From
Garcia Green
256 West Bethany Home Road
Phoenix, Arizona
United States
(602)-375-4589
garciagreen@coverletter.com

August 2, 2011

To
Ronald Anthony
Hiring Manager
Smile Clinic
367 E Florentine Road #534
Prescott Valley, Arizona
United States

Dear Mr. Anthony,

I am glad that you posted the advertisement for the position of dental receptionist in Mid Day Week, dated 22nd July 2011. I was excited to learn about the job as I meet all your expectations for the post. As requested, I have enclosed my resume that will give you detailed information about my work experience and educational background.

I can offer your organization my five year experience as a dental receptionist. I have worked in Richard's Clinic as a dental receptionist. Apart from greeting my patients and setting up appointments, I can commute well with the patients. If there is any need I can explain the procedures and norms of the clinic. I am highly organized person and can keep dental records well. I can answer calls, make sure the dental equipments are available and also manage the bank accounts of the clinic. I am sure you will find me worthy for the job.

I would be glad if you could conduct a follow up interview. I am free after 3:00 p.m. and can come and meet you. If you have any query, please do call me at (602)-375-4589 or you can e-mail me garciagreen@coverletter.com.

Thank you for considering me for the position.

Sincerely,
Garcia Green

Attachments: Resume and Work Experience Certificates


These are some sample dental receptionist cover letters that should accompany your resume. It can help you express your interest and enthusiasm for the job. It should target the employer's expectation from a candidate for the position. Hence, the letter should be customized and tailored according to the company's needs and requirements. I hope the sample cover letters clarifies your doubt and help you write an effective letter. Good luck with your job search!


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We are always looking for great ideas on what to write in a cover letter. New or soon to be graduates are definitely in need of substantive items to show they are not just the next run-of-the-mill new grad.

Check out the following:

Dear Practice Owner:

I am a fourth year dental student at the University of Dental School seeking an associate position as a General Dentist in the Happyville, USA area upon my graduation in May 2009. I am looking to work in a friendly environment where I can contribute to practice growth, while broadening my knowledge of advanced dental topics and procedures. As a hardworking and highly motivated individual, I am open to working mornings, evenings and weekends.

Through externships, research and participation in dental organizations, I have used my time in dental school to gain exposure to all branches of dentistry. I have attended many continuing education courses through my involvement with professional organizations and have volunteered and attended lectures at the Dentist Conference Meeting each year. I have received training to become a certified Invisalign provider and possess clinical and research experience with the appliance. While I am confident that my education and experiences have prepared me to diagnose and treat patients in all facets of dentistry, I am excited to enter the dental world where I expect my learning to increase exponentially into the future.

I strongly believe that my perpetually positive attitude, excellent communication skills (including an ability to speak Spanish fluently) and valuable background in Business Administration will allow me to be an asset to your practice. Before entering the field of dentistry, I earned a degree in Management Information Systems from the University and spent a year as a Quality Assurance Analyst at ABC Co., which has given me a fundamental understanding of business principles and will aid in my transition from student to practicing dentist.

I have enclosed my resume for your consideration. I welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss my qualifications and experiences in detail. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at (555) 555-5555 or via e-mail at email@web.com.

I thank you for your time and consideration and hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,

Great Dentist, D.D.S.

This is an actual letter (w/ some obvious edits) received for a new dental graduate. I find that it covers areas not typically noted by some doctors. Make sure to highlight the key training you have receive. State your goals and aspirations.

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