What Type of Training Does an Orthodontist Have?
After receiving their bachelor’s degree, an orthodontist heads off to dental school for four years to get a complete doctorate. They then receive two or three years of full-time specialty training at an orthodontic residency program where they attend classes and acquire a ton of clinical experience on straightening your teeth. Finally, they must successfully pass their qualifying examinations to become a certified specialist in orthodontics.
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