What subjects do you have to major in college to be an endodontist?
I would like to be a endodontist, when I grow up.
Is there a specific subject that I have to major in university?
How does dental school work and what states have the best dental schools?
Most endodontists earn a minimum of a bachelor's degree before entering this specialized dental field. However, the type of bachelor's degree is fairly flexible. They can include a science degree in chemistry, physiology, anatomy, biology, or physics. Below I've found a few links regarding the best dental school options.
Good luck on your journey..
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Dental schools often start with theoretical and conceptual teachings before moving on to hands-on experience in later years which approximately take four years.
You can then choose to specialise in endodontics.
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To be an endodontist, you will need to go to graduate program (2 more years) after you get your DDS or DMD degree.
There are a lot of good dental schools in the United States. You can do a Google search for "top dental school in the US" to see the ranking.