JustD0it

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Hi

A relative of mine has been practicing dentistry in a foreign country for over 20 years and now wants to come to the US.

Does anyone know what options there are for her if she wants to continue dentistry in the states? What does she need to do? She says she doesn't want to go back to school.. . .she's in her 40s


Thanx
 

drmouse

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ASk her to apply for a faculty position.She may not be able to practice but atleast she will stay in touch.Or GO BACK TO SCHOOL.It may help you if you did a search before posting this question as nobody is going to spoon feed you.
 

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Originally posted by JustD0it
Hi

A relative of mine has been practicing dentistry in a foreign country for over 20 years and now wants to come to the US.

Does anyone know what options there are for her if she wants to continue dentistry in the states? What does she need to do? She says she doesn't want to go back to school.. . .she's in her 40s


Thanx

this thread will clarify your quiries.

http://forums.studentdoctor.net/showthread.php?s=&threadid=79756

this one too
http://forums.studentdoctor.net/showthread.php?s=&threadid=81217

you can check the ada website
ww.ada.org
 
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