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Private Practice AFTER the military?

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by shamrock2006, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. shamrock2006

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    Yeah I know I shoud probably post this in the military dentist forum..and maybe i will later..but this forum def. gets more play. Anyone who is going into the military post d-school thought about this? Maybe it's just b/c i'm brain dead lately but after you do your years of service and you go into the civlian world (if you choose to do so)...i'm assuming you cant just pick a state and go...right? There has to be something i'm missing.
     
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  3. pre-dentalguy

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    Well, take into consideration, your license is nationally accredited, meaning that you can practice anywhere in the country. Some states may have a state license exam, however, you may need to confirm that with the state. I served 7 years in the USAF so I understand where you're coming from.

    Do your research and keep your head up!

    Marion
     
  4. shamrock2006

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    good to know good to know...i'm actually going to d-school on the AF HPSP and for some reason that just kinda popped into my head...talk about thinking WAY in advance :laugh:
     
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    Would you, or anyone for that matter, know where I could find information about which states require their own licensing? I would think states like Cali and NY would have their own licensing protocol...but I'm looking to find out about all the states. thanks!
     
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    Sorry bro, I'm not sure. Maybe someone will come on here and hook that up for you!

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