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Do dentists have to complete a residency like physicians?

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Dr. Tamar Jeffery answered

Specializes in Emergency Medicine

http://www.dentalcomfortzone.com/story.php?aid=273 This link maybe helpful. Most states don't require a dental residency. It's a 1 year residency.

Answered Nov 11, 2019



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Dr. James Okamoto answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Some dentists choose to start work right after graduating from dental school, others choose to get additional training. There are many residencies for dentists wanting to sub specialize. See http://www.asdanet.org/choosing-a-career-path.aspx. For more details.

Answered Aug 4, 2014



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