There are two ways to become a dentist in Canada.
Direct licensing also called Equivalency processDDS degree program.
For direct licensing you will have to clear AFK, ACS and ACJ exams, which will enable you to take your OSCE license exam. Once you clear all these exams you will be allowed to practice dentistry in Canada.
Other option is to complete AFK exam and seek admissions to two years DDS programs. It will be a bit of investment in time and money. Once you have completed the DDS you will be able to take your OSCE and start practicing as dentist in Canada.
The education requirement for becoming a dentist after clearing the exams and passing the dental admission test and completing 4 years of study is required to earn a doctor of dental surgery degree. You must obtain license from state board of dentistry to practice in this profession.
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