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Is it better to pursue a residency after dental school or become a practicing associate dentist within an exisiting pracitce?

I was just curious about how dental graduates are pursuing their overall goal of becoming practicing dentists. I know that there are options to specialize after dental school but if you don't, should you look into a general practice residency. How many dentists end up being admitted to a general practice residency before working out of a private practice? #college #medicine #professional #dentist #dental

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Depending on how much you learned in dental school will determine if you need to enroll in a GPR program. Most new grads need to. It is required in some states already.


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