premedstudent5

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where can i find out what happens in each year of dental school? is a residency required after dental school, or can you just get to work? i was thinking that maybe i would graduate from dental school, start working to save up some money maybe get married or something, and then enter a residency in order to learn some type of specialty. would that work or is that a bad idea? thanks
 

ak47

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d-school websites usually have a four year plan of what classes you take in the fall/spring/summer/etc for every year. so just google it
 

DGDDS

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Residencies aren't required unless you live in NY and then it's a one year residency after dental school. To specialize you must get accepted to a grad program and those last between 3-7 years depending on the field.
 
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