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ToothBlaster

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    Hypothetically, as an NY resident, will I have trouble coming back to NY to practice if I attend dental school outside of NY? Would I be at a disadvantage to those who graduated from NYU, Columbia, Buffalo, or Stony Brook?
    If I attend dental school out of NY state and decide to come back to NY, would I need to take the regional boards for that particular state/school, and would this be unnecessary?
     

    cbizzle7994

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      Hypothetically, as an NY resident, will I have trouble coming back to NY to practice if I attend dental school outside of NY? Would I be at a disadvantage to those who graduated from NYU, Columbia, Buffalo, or Stony Brook?
      If I attend dental school out of NY state and decide to come back to NY, would I need to take the regional boards for that particular state/school, and would this be unnecessary?

      you wouldn't have a disadvantage. new york however requires a one year residency to get licensed. so as long as you do your gpr, aegd, etc. you can get licensed no matter where you go to dental school.
       
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