Before individuals can become dentists, they must complete a professional degree, such as the Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or the Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD). Over the course of these programs, students acquire knowledge of the essential skills required as professional dentists, including diagnostic methods and surgical techniques. These tracks combine time spent in a classroom setting with experience in school dental clinics where students gain hands-on experience under the supervision of a licensed professional. Following the completion of their chosen program, graduates must receive licensure in order to practice in the dentistry field.
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