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Foreign dentist working in Florida

Discussion in 'International Dental' started by Ninna, Jun 11, 2018.

  1. Ninna

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    Hi All.

    There is so many rules for each city for foreign dentist that I'am so confused.

    If I want to work in Florida, and I have a dental degree from a foreign country, but I did my residency in orthodontics in the US (no AEGD/GPR). Is there a possibility to work as a orthodontics, even in academia I'm fine with that. Do you guys now where I can find all the information?

    Thank you in advance.
     
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  3. marysmiles

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  4. marysmiles

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    Hi you can find all the information on Florida dental board website. After a speciality degree from USA. You can not work in Florida . You can work in Florida after AEGD from USA. It is so weird but that what Florida board thinks . After speciality you can work in Texas, Virginia and some other states. In dental schools, yes you can work. Check the job opportunities at lecom , nova and UF. And meet the program director of ortho. May be they will help you.
     
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  6. Junnio

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    I know it’s not clear.. but hope it’s helpful!
     
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  7. Ninna

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    Do you know if with a year of AEGD it's ok or it has to be with 2?
     

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