National Board Dental Examination (NBDE): Indian dentists seeking to practice in the U.S. typically need to pass the NBDE, which is a two-part examination. Part I covers basic biomedical sciences, and Part II focuses on clinical dentistry. After successfully completing these exams, dentists may be required to pass a clinical examination administered by individual states.
National Dental Examining Board of Canada (NDEB): Dentists must pass the NDEB equivalency process, which consists of written and clinical examinations. The Written Examination (WREB) assesses knowledge, while the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) evaluates clinical skills.
Overseas Registration Examination (ORE): Dentists wishing to practice in the UK need to pass the ORE. It consists of two parts, ORE Part 1 (written multiple-choice questions) and ORE Part 2 (practical Objective Structured Clinical Examinations – OSCE).
Australian Dental Council (ADC) Examination: The ADC examination assesses the knowledge and clinical skills of foreign-trained dentists. It includes a written examination and a practical examination.
New Zealand Dentists Registration Examination (NZDREX): Dentists need to pass the NZDREX to practice in New Zealand. The exam includes both written and clinical components.
European Union Countries:
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