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India has a vast dental workforce with over 6000 new graduates each year from its dental schools. Reciprocal agreements for recognition of dental qualifications with the UK, Australia and New Zealand demonstrate the high standards represented within the Indian dentistry profession.
Benefits of Dentistry in India
The widespread use of English, especially by university graduates, allows an ease of communication for many, unrivalled by other low cost dentistry destinations.
Low costs in India are supported not only by diminished overheads on staff and rental but also by India's own buoyant medical equipment and materials manufacturing sector. These products are regulated under the same APLAC requirements that are used in Australia, Japan and the U.S.
India has over 120 dental schools monitored by the Indian Dental Council. The cirriculum is 5 years - similar to a U.S or European training.
Dentists in India - Additional Information
The Indian Dental Council is responsible for maintaining standards of dental education within the country. It also sets the ethical standards that dentists must adhere to in their practice. The Council is represented in each state and the local branches hold the register of dentists within the state.
The Indian Dental Association is the professional grouping of dentists within India - Members must be registered dentists under the Indian Dentists’ Act 1948. The Association's website provides a search facility to locate/verify its members.
Indian Dental Council
Indian Dental Association
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