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Podiatry Vs. Dentistry

Discussion in 'Podiatry Students' started by JOOKY, Mar 3, 2006.

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  1. JOOKY

    JOOKY Junior Member

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  2. krabmas

    krabmas Senior Member Moderator Emeritus

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    Please do not use this as your only source of podiatry info. Go shaddow one. research the profession by watching it. People here, like me, love what we do and of course are going to tell you it is great. It is only great if you love it. If you are looking for any way into a medical profession ie - dental or podiatry (I saw your other posts for NYU and BU dental) please do not use podiatry unless you really change your mind and research and decide podiatry is for you.

    Good Luck in what ever you choose.

    Also, look at the past posts - you'll see your question was most likely already answered.
  3. OOK

    OOK Member

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    Please, don't go to med school if you're looking for money. go to law school.
    for residency, the earning is better in podiatry residency than dentistry. both of them have great opportunities
  4. JustMyLuck

    JustMyLuck SCPM 2009

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    From what I've heard, dentists don't have formal residencies. They can start earning immediately out of dental school.
  5. IlizaRob

    IlizaRob IlizaRob-erator Moderator Emeritus

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    Two completely different fields, both have great earning potentials. Without question, you should do what you enjoy more. As long as you enjoy it, either way is gold.
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    If you want to see the stats from podiatry, check out the American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine at www.aacpm.org.

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