We are hosting a free event for you!
May 9th 6-9 p.m. | The Lake House at Van Cortlandt Golf Course, Bronx NY
We invite you to learn about the advantages and challenges of opening your own practice becoming an employee or working for a DSO/large group practice. Plus, learn about key issues in dental associate agreements from an attorney who specializes in negotiating contracts for dentists. Then join us on the patio for beer, wine and food!
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Post graduate or resident in a specialty program or hospital residency. No Charge for membership in the New York State Dental Association and Local Dental Society during the term of your program. Consider joining the American Dental Association as a Post Graduate or Resident at an annual fee of $30. Join Us Today!
NYS Resident Requirements
The Department must also receive, directly from the residency program director, verification of completion of an approved residency program accredited for teaching purposes by an acceptable national accrediting body. You should confirm with your residency program director that the residency program is participating in this route to licensure.
If you participate in a residency program in New York State, you must obtain a limited permit to practice within the residency program.
You may complete a residency program in either a clinical specialty or in general dentistry.
Specialty Clinical Dental Residency Program
The dental resident applicant must complete a clinical specialty residency program in one or more of the following specialty areas:
- Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology;
- Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology;
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery;
- Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics;
- Pediatric Dentistry;
- Periodontics or Prosthodontics.
If the specialty residency program is not in one of these specialty areas, 50% of the program completed by the resident must include clinical training in one or more of these specialty areas or general dentistry to meet New York State requirements.
General Dentistry Residency Program
The dental resident applicant must complete a general dentistry program. During the residency program, the dental resident applicant must complete 9 dental procedures independently and to generally accepted professional standards:
- 2 full crowns;
- 2 endodontically treated teeth (root canals);
- 4 restorations (2 anterior, 2 posterior);
- 1 periodontal case (Type 1).
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