DENTISTRY IN SCANDINAVIA
Working as a Dentist in Sweden
Dentists who practice their profession in Sweden can choose to work within
With a Master of Science in Dental Surgery from another EU country or from Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland, you have the right to establish yourself as either self-employed or an employee. If your degree is from an EU country (other than Sweden or from Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland), the EU directive (2005/36/EC) requires member states to
Working as a Dentist in Norway
Working as a Dentist in Norway could be quite profitable as people may only avail of free dental treatment up to the age of 18, and then they take out private health insurance in Norway because the fee can be quite high for highly
Professionals are required to hold a Master of Dentistry or an equivalent foreign education. Dentists work in the public dental service or conduct private practice. The business is managed by the county municipality.
Working as a Dentist in Denmark
In Denmark, dentists work within
The Danish healthcare system is based on the principle of equal access to the healthcare system’s services for all citizens. The government pays a portion of dental costs according to the age of the people. Dentists in Denmark, usually, work in a team with dental assistants and hygienists.
In order to practice as a Dentist in Denmark, you will need to obtain a Danish