Yes, in regards to obtaining state licensure... an AEGD is no different than doing a GPR. Most all states that accept pros (or other ADA accredited specialty program) as a pathway to licensure will also accept both AEGD and GPR.Is the licensure procedure for graduates from an AEGD prog similar to ones with a Prosthodontics program ?
Also, what are the states that recognize AEGD in lieu of advanced standing programs?
I think it depends on what you would be happier doing. General dentistry or a particular specialty. Only you can answer that question. As long as you can get a state license.. you can open up your own practice and do as well as you want. (dentistry is a business.. which means, if you enjoy what you do and work hard.. you will do well regardless).Thanks doc..
I do know tht Texas is one of the states tht does not recognize AEGD.Wht in ur opinion are the prospects of job after an AEGD vs a speciality prog?