Australian Dentistry for Foreign Trained Dentist (FTD)

Dentists not eligible to directly be registered with the Australian board (DBA) need to do the  2 part ADC examination.

Part  1 - which is conducted(usually ) twice a year and it can be taken in India and a few other countries like UAE/Srilanka - full list here.

Part 2 - After clearing ADC Part 1, candidates must clear part 2  within three years. This exam conducted in ADC centres in Australia only. The practical exam is it is a very rigorous exam and the pass rate is the least compared to all other exams, but again nothing is impossible, its just a harder journey if you are willing to give it your all!

DISCLAIMER:  I HAVE NOT UNDERTAKEN THIS PROCESS. THIS IS INFORMATION COLLATED FROM FROM FRIENDS/FAMILY/RESEARCH/ONLINE INFORMATION FROM MARCH 2020 AND COULD BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE SINCE.

 

THIS IS ONLY TO GIVE AN IDEA IN STARTING A JOURNEY AND SHOWCASE THAT DREAMS ARE ACHIEVABLE AND THE BASIS OF IT. THIS IS THE SEED I HAVE SOWN, YOU HAVE TO NURTURE THIS SEED WITH HARD WORK, GOOD RESEARCH, DETERMINATION AND DEDICATION TO MAKE IT A 'DENTIS-TREE ' YOU ARE PROUD OF AND HAPPY WITH. HOW YOU PROCEED AND SUCCEED IS UPTO YOU!

 

PLEASE CONTACT RESPECTIVE SCHOOLS, STATE LICENSING BODIES, EXAM BODIES AND CONFIRM THE INFORMATION PROVIDED BEFORE MAKING ANY PLANS.

MAY ALL YOUR HARD WORK PAY OFF. ALL THE VERY BEST!

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