As an internationally-trained dentist, there are two routes available when looking to become a licensed dentist in Canada. You have the option to apply to the National Dental Examining Board of Canada (NDEB) equivalency process or opt to enroll in an academic bridging program that’s offered at Canadian universities. Although
You’re ready to take the next step in your journey and establish your dental career in Canada. Now the question is, “how do I become a dentist in Canada?”. Here are 3 routes to get you started.
She worked for the RCDSO for 21 years; worked as an invigilator and examiner for the NDEB; and is a dentist and educator by training. Now she joins the Prep Doctors’ team.
Last month, Dr. Marwan sat down for a Facebook Live Q&A to discuss the changes in the NDEB exams, CESB and what dentists can expect to see post COVID-19.
Prep Doctors takes the lead in representing foreign-trained dentists advocating for transparency, job creation and the protection of the equivalency process.