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» FAQ - American Board of Dental Examiners
The American Board of Dental Examiners (ADEX) is a non-profit corporation of State Boards of Dentistry with a Mission "To develop clinical licensure exams for dental professionals."
ADEX's philosophy is motivated by the concept of a Uniform National Dental and Dental Hygiene Clinical Licensure Examination administered throughout the country in accredited dental and dental hygiene institutions by...
Date: 2018-04-05 07:40:55
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New Jersey State Board of Dentistry - Licensing Frequently ...
New Jersey State Board of Dentistry
New Jersey State Board of Dentistry - Licensing Frequently Asked Questions
I am a new dental school graduate. How should I begin the application process in New Jersey?
Begin by downloading and thoroughly reviewing the license application and instructions. Applicants should begin the application process when they are nearing ...
Date: 2018-04-05 17:50:39
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Florida Board of Dentistry » Dental Hygienist- Licensing ...
The State of Florida does not have reciprocity with any state and does not issue licenses by endorsement or credentials. The requirements for licensure by examination are listed below and can be found in Section 466.007, Florida Statutes.:
1.� Is at least 18 years of age
2.� Has graduated from:
a dental hygiene college or school approved by the board
or accredited by the Commission on...
DHP Online Licensing - Obtained by Methods
Licensure by Exam: You may apply for licensure by examination if you have completed a doctoral or post-doctoral dental education program accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association and have passed a clinical examination accepted by the Board. The examination results accepted include: SRTA from any year; CRDTS, NERB and WREB after...
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Virginia Board of Dentistry - FAQ
1. How Do I File a Complaint?
Information on filing a complaint and the form to use can be found by clicking on the complaints page . Send the completed form by email to email@example.com , by fax to: (804) 527-4424 or to the following address:
Virginia Department of Health Professions
9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300
Henrico, VA 23233