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M.D.s in Dental Medicine in North America 2021

A Doctor of Medicine is a doctorate-level degree that requires at least six years of study, research, and hands-on practice to earn. To obtain an M.D., students must complete medical school followed by an internship and a residency in a general hospital or specialty clinic.

Dental medicine programs use a combination of seminars, lectures, and hands-on teaching opportunities. Courses prepare students for future careers in basic, cosmetic, or specialized dentistry for both children and adults.

M.D. in Dental Medicine in North America

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D.M.D. Dental Program

M.D.
Sep 2021
English
Campus

Accredited by the American Dental Association (ADA) Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA), our progressive four-year curriculum is designed to prepare students to practice ...

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Doctor of Dental Medicine

M.D.
Sep 2021
English
Campus

The four-year predoctoral program prepares students to provide basic health promotion and disease prevention, diagnose and develop treatment plans, analyze complex medical and ...

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International Dental Program (IDP)

M.D.
Sep 2021
English
Campus

The International Dental Program (IDP) offers non-US trained dentists the opportunity to earn a D.M.D. degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry. ...

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