1.Perform dental assessment on inmates being admitted and those requesting appointments that have not been screened to determine dental needs and urgency of those needs. Chart and form treatment plan.2. Perform and interpret radiographic exams as indicated.3. Provide dental treatment to include emergency treatment of the teeth and sutTounding soft tissues such as oral surgery, restorative dentistry and periodontal therapy within the scope of a general dentist.4. Correction of significant oral problems, which may adversely affect inmate's health as, deemed necessary by dentist.5. Make proper referral for procedures, which cannot be performed at the institution or are heyond the technical proficiency of his/her practice.6. Ensure dental records are current, accurate and legible.7. Ensure a daily logbook describing each inmate visit is maintained according to established procedure.8. In cooperation with Medical Director, provide professional consultation to all members of Health Services team relative to inmate's health care management.9.In conjunction with Medical Director, prescribe medications from CMS formulary for inmate's health needs.10.Adhere to Universal Precautions at all times.11. Participate in development of inservice programs and maintain public relations with other health disciplines within the institution.12. Provide services in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control infection guidelines, Federal, State and local laws and the Quality Assurance Program standards.13. Abide by the security regulations of the institution to which dental services are provided.