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Canadian looking for a US residency program


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2+ Year Member
May 16, 2017
  1. Dental Student
I am a 4th year dentistry program in Quebec, Canada (we have a 5 year program over here). I never really wanted to do a residency program until recently. With the whole Dental world being upside down now with the whole COVID situation, it made me realise that maybe it is the perfect time to signup for a residency program (residency is not mandatory here).

So I really want to do a residency to gain experience especially in endo, fixed prostho, implant, third molar exos, and other fields of dentistry (but mainly the first ones).

So I was wondering, what residency do yu guys suggest? I know absolutely nothing about US residency programs and I actually don't know where to look for information. So any help would be really appreciated.

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