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a little help

Discussion in 'International Dental' started by thaizemelo, Jul 26, 2006.

  1. thaizemelo

    thaizemelo thaizemelo
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    Hi, Guys.
    Is anyone doing the application process througth the American Association of Dental Schools Application Service?
    Is this service good?


    Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. D(M)ental

    D(M)ental Senior Member
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    think this is for regular 4 year dds..not asp :)
     
  4. thaizemelo

    thaizemelo thaizemelo
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    Thanks D(M)ental.

    I just don´t know what asp means.... :(





     
  5. drchai

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    means advanced standing program.
     
  6. neena123

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    Hi,
    What is this advanced standing program?
    i too am a dentist from india.Can v practice after dat?
    plllllllssssssssssss let me know
    Thanq.
     
  7. HYDBDS

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    Hi,
    An advanced standing program is usually of 2 or 3 yrs duration at the end of which you get a DDS or DMD degree which is only the basic requirement ... apart from this you need to pass licensing exams as required by the state board of dentistry in which state you wish to practice...
    Hope this helps...
    Good Luck
     

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