Certificate Courses After Bds Abroad Assignment

In this article, we are going to discuss the diploma courses available for dentists after dental graduation (BDS/MDS). 

We will try to provide the information which will help in your search of Diploma Courses in dentistry. This article mostly aimed at Indian dentists as the scenario of dentistry over here is very different from other developed countries.

The question that is common to all the dental students or should I say the question that unites all the dental students all over India (irrespective of which state they belong to) is “What After BDS?” … 

But in the current scenario of dentistry, that question has now been promoted to “What After MDS”

The changing scenario of dentistry in India

When you, me and rest of our friends joined dentistry … we kind of hoped things will get better from that point onwards. But five years down the line we did get the degree but along with that a lot of confusion.

Five years down the line we did get the degree but along with that a lot of confusion.

One reason for that confusion is dentistry as an educational degree doesn’t get you placement in some MNC.

The whole idea of years in dental school is to gain a set of clinical skills that you will use in future in your private dental practice.

Agree or not BDS college is not sufficient for gaining adequate clinical exposure that can make you confident in immediately standing on your own as a professional clinical dentist. It is the feeling shared by many who have passed BDS and are now finding it difficult to move ahead in their career.

In all the years in dental college, we are more into finishing the quotas and assignments.

In the internship, we might work overtime and see some clinical steps from seasoned staffs, but unless you do it yourself it is of no use.

And then suddenly one-day internship ends and we are expected to start our private practice. From the enclosed ecosystem of the dental college, you are now exposed to the highly competitive world of professional dental practice without any practical knowledge on how to set up your dental practice.

At such a time you will also see some of your friends (whose parents are already dentists or financially well to do) moving ahead fast in setting up their posh dental practice or planning to go abroad for higher education. Unless you are also from that group of students, it will be the first time in your dental career when you will feel completely clueless on how to move forward.

It’s decision time for you. You have two options.

Either you can prepare for the higher dental exams (to qualify for higher dental education) or start with your practice.

Mind it that the exams to be eligible for higher dental education (NEET & other abroad dental exams) are tough, and many times it can require 2 to 3 years of attempts to complete the exams with a useful rank. To counter this many BDS pass outs start their practice and keep preparing for the exams at the same time.

So, we are forced into opening our clinic (with investment and courage), and we start working and learning on the spot.

For students who do MDS, they seemingly get that confidence that they are specialists in a particular aspect of dentistry and they also have a shot at working in a college as a staff. So, they don’t depend as much on their clinic as they should.

(But getting a job as a faculty is becoming a rarity due to over increase in the number of MDS/Post Graduates)


But for a dental student who is not able to crack the entrance code or not able to afford the price for a non-government MDS/abroad seat … clinical practice is everything, and he/she needs to sharpen his skills to compete and survive in the ever increasing crowd of dental graduates.

In such a scenario, the demand for the diploma courses that enhance the clinical skills of a dental student has risen many folds.

What are Diploma courses?

Post BDS, the young dentist has two options – Go for MDS/ abroad attempt or try for short term courses or the a right courses.

MDS courses are three years duration courses. Unless you get a Govt. MDS seat, the MDS course can get very costly to complete. In comparison, diploma courses are of 2 years or less duration depending on from where you are doing the course. The overall price of a diploma course is lower than MDS course expenditure. But again, pricing is always relative in nature. For some, a particular pricing will be affordable, and for others, it will be out of reach.

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See Next – Private & DCI Approved Diploma Courses.

Which one to Join?

In India Dental Diploma courses are of 2 types Private & Government


  • Currently, if you do an online search, you will find too many diploma courses being offered related to all the streams of dentistry. In fact for many seasoned dentists or MDS graduates running private decision courses are now a full-time profession with good profit margin. It has turned into a full-time career for many senior and experienced dental surgeons. For a fresh graduate, this might be confusing.
  • You just google private diploma courses and a long list of courses will appear on your device screen. The fees for these courses varies from one set up to another. Some diploma courses are being provided by very famous and well-experienced dentists. So they manage to have the tie-ups with all big dental companies. The fee for such courses is pretty high. There are also some medium budget setups where the pricing is not that high.
  • Some setups provide diploma course in a particular branch like endodontics, orthodontics, lasers etc. Some big setups provide a  training in all the aspects of dentistry covering multiple branches.
  • What do I feel in my own capacity? Personally, I don’t have the right to pass judgment as I haven’t joined any such course as a participant. I have though been part of some courses as an organizer to help out my seniors. I feel that these courses do help dental graduates in giving specialized skills that can be handy to them. Just the price factor is a concern as I found in my inquiries. The courses are not cheap.
  • Some of these courses are one day CDE programs. They are relatively cheaper. But one day might not be enough to grasp the topic. Multiple days of diploma course are better in terms of providing the dentist better insight into a particular topic. Such longer courses usually cost a lot more. Also, hands-on courses (where you actually perform the procedure on a patient under the supervision of a seniors faculty) are a must have. Though costlier that than lecture courses, but hands-on courses have the maximum benefit for the young dentists.
  • Many times the price factors keep these courses out of the reach of many dental students/dentists. But in the end, it is up to you. Remember money spent to learn a dental skill is never a waste. As you will use this new skill and earn more. But you have to selective in choosing the right course for you. Do all the necessary inquiries, before paying up. Make inquiries as to what skills you are going to learn, are you going to hands-on training, will you be getting the chance to work on patients? Only when you are sure then join the course.

What are the drawbacks of private diploma courses:

I did mention that the diploma courses by experienced dental practitioners are beneficial for the students and that is a fact. But at the same time seeing this requirement of young dentists there has been a sudden growth of these diploma type courses. Not all the courses being provided are up to the mark or quality compared to

Not all the courses being provided, are up to the mark or quality compared to the price being paid by the candidates. So, the key is to spend money on the course of good quality.


Once again note these points and ask about them whenever you are planning to join a particular diploma course:

1) See the Topic of the Diploma course:Make sure that it is of clinical benefit to you. Remember you are NOT doing the course for an academical benefit. You are doing the course so that you can apply those skills in your dental practice. Unless you can practically apply what you learn, in your own practice and locality, then do not join the course.

2) Check if the Dental Skill you will learn in the Diploma/CDE is feasible to use in your geographical location:Consider this example- There is a CDE/Diploma course on Zygomatic Implants. In the dental implant sector, Zygomatic Implants are one of the top evolving things. Many famous oral surgeons are performing this procedure. You are really very curious to know more about it. But the CDE/Diploma is pricey considering the equipment and materials. Also, If your clinic is located in a small interior town in India. 

Should you join the course? The answer is NO! Reason – In your area, you will hardly ever place a zygomatic implant. It will be too costly for the patients. Secondly, it is very technique sensitive and can go wrong.

Thus decide to join a course very practically considering if the dental skills that you will learn in the CDE/Diploma course can be practiced in your geographical location.

3) Check who is mentoring the course:As a dentist who is planning to spend his/her limited funds on the CDE/Diploma course it is essential to know who is mentoring the course. It is better for you to join the courses that are being mentored by famous and experienced dentists. I am not saying, new speakers or doctors, are not good. But when you are paying the money, it better for you to go with the mentors with a proven track record and experience in conducting successful CDE/Diploma courses in their respective specialty.

4) Check the duration of the course:The courses vary in duration. They can be a 1 to 2 days program. It is more apt to call them CDE. Then there are extended programs (spread over few months or continuous 30 to 45 days). It basically comes down to your requirement and budget. The long term courses are usually more costly than a 1 or 2 days CDE.

5) Check for the refund policies: You might have booked for a particular course, but in the last moment there are some changes to your plans due to which you are not able to join the course. Most of these courses usually ask for more than 50% of the price as an advance. Inquire strictly about the refund policies in case you are not able to attend the course.

6) What are the topics you should try to target in the CDE or Dental Diploma courses:There are few skills in dentistry that you must master or get good at if you plan to have a successful dental practice. In my experience, it is always more profitable to join the diploma courses that improve the aesthetic outcomes of your dental practice. Keep a watch on the CDE/Diploma courses based on:

  • Root Canal Advancements
  • Replacement of missing tooth (implants in the aesthetic zone, Complete dentures impression taking and planning)
  • Composite restorations
  • Applications of laser
  • Periodontal management (flap surgeries and treatment planning)
  • Esthetic Simple Periodontal Procedures like Gum Surgeries for managing gummy smile etc.
  • Botox applications in smile improving
  • Smile designing (complete approach)
  • Case Diagnosis

These are just some of the basic topics that you can watch out for.  So, always join a private CDE or a Diploma course only after making sure that the 6 questions mentioned above have been answered up to your satisfaction. If you are not satisfied, then maybe the course is not the correct one for you.

If you are thinking why we have not mentioned any particular private diploma course, that’s is because we have not actively assessed anyone. If we get a chance to assess any particular course and feel sure about its quality, then we will add it to this list.

But until that we hope that you will consider the 6 points mentioned before deciding to pay and join any particular CDE/Dental diploma course.

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Govt. approved Diploma courses.

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DCI has approved many state dental councils to run approved dental diploma courses. There are courses in lasers, endodontics, and orthodontics.  Such courses are mainly ongoing in Tamilnadu and Karnataka.

IGNOU also used to provide post-graduate dental diploma courses in Endodontics and Implantology.(Both BDS & MDS were eligible) But IGNOU has discontinued the dental diploma for the year 2013. The last known admission to the course was on 2012. Post that there is no further notification regarding the courses.

In the latest 2016-17 official curriculum, there are no Dental Diploma courses.

The official health science courses link of IGNOU also does not list the dental diploma courses.

If you do want to have a look at the official postgraduate dental diploma courses that was released in the year 2012, you can have a look here. (Please note that this brochure was for the year 2012 and is not applicable at present. This is just for your information purpose.

In the year 2012, we had published a detailed article covering the IGNOU dental diploma courses.

But as stated in the lines before, the course stands discontinued at present (since 2012)

In any case, if you do want to check out how was the course curriculum of the Dental Diploma courses in Endodontics & Implantology, then you can have a look at the article below.


Latest posts by Deb (see all) PG Certificate in oral implantology has been developed by the School of Health Sciences in collaboration with Dental Council of India for BDS Doctors. 1) To enhance the knowledge and skills in the field of oral implantology. 2) To be able to assess, diagnose and manage the cases requiring dental implants.


Basic differences are as follows:

  • Govt. diploma courses are more affordable price wise.
  • Govt. diploma courses are DCI approved. Colleges in Tamilnadu and Karnataka give employment to diploma degree holders as staff in colleges.(depending on the vacancies available)
  • Private diploma degrees are just to enhance your clinical skills. They are not approved by DCI as such to work in some college. While working only your BDS or MDS degree will be taken into consideration.
  • N.B. Please Note: Though some colleges do give employment to govt. Diploma degree holders, but they are not entitled to get regular promotions as a MDS staff. There is also management diploma courses in Karnataka (approved by DCI & Karnataka Dental Board). They are cheaper than MDS but still can be costly for many.




1) MDS is still the preferred option: Yes, till today the most common option that emerges out after BDS is MDS. But as we all know, it is not so easy getting MDS or even after MDS.

2) But NOT every dentist can do MDS: Getting a  Govt. college is tough as it needs a lot of hard work and seats are few. So there is no guarantee that you will definitely get a seat. The option of private colleges in not feasible for everyone as its a costly affair. Moreover, whether private or govt, to get an MDS seat you will need to qualify NEET exams.(which is one of the toughest exams)

3) Opening a dental practice is the only option: So in that case, the next most obvious option remains is to open a clinic/private dental practice. But a new dentist again faced with problems. Today it is the world of specialty treatment. Patients are becoming more and more aware of the various dental treatment modalities – Courtesy Google. They are expecting specialist doctors. This many times dents the confidence of a young dentist. 

4) Extremely high competition among dentists: There is also the issue of extreme competition in professional dentist sector. This competition is pushing dentists to acquire more skills to be different from the other dentist. There is a demand to know about newer treatment modalities like dental implants, lasers etc. So to move ahead in the market of dentistry, any dentist, must have the knowledge of these recent advances. But what if he/she is not able to MDS for some reason. Then how can he/she learn more about these modern treatments!

5) The Utility of Diploma Courses: So in such a case DIPLOMA courses are very useful. Diploma courses are short term courses of usually one or two-year duration that teaches a BDS pass-out the skills that will definitely enhance the clinical prospects of the student. At the same time, he/she also learns the newer techniques of Implants, Lasers, Endodontics, Orthodontics that is of immense help in clinical practice.

Till now we had a serious discussion about the types and utility of dental diploma cases. I sincerely hope that you now a better insight into the courses. More importantly, I hope you will now be able to choose the course much better than before.

We will end this article, with a list of some of the diploma courses and the institutions providing it. You are requested not to consider, this list is the ultimate one. Also, the colleges and courses keep changing. So, do your own serious research before deciding to join any particular course.


Points to note:

  • The diploma courses that are provided in the dental colleges(approved by DCI) are approved by DCI. Without DCI approval no official Dental College can run any PG or Dental Diploma courses.
  • You will need to see the official DCI site or inquire to know which colleges are providing DCI approved PG Diploma courses. Before joining any diploma course it is your duty to make it sure.
  • Also, remember that depending on DCI inspection the PG diploma courses can be disapproved (in the case of the institution is not able to fulfill the DCI criteria). So, as a dentist, it is your look out to make sure that the college is still approved to run the dental diploma courses. So, no one list can be definitive as the status keeps updating.

With this, we reach the end of the article. The aim of this article is to provide the young BDS graduates a basic idea on the Dental Diploma courses. So, depending on your choice, you can go for Private Diploma courses or DCI approved dental courses in a college.We sincerely hope that after reading this article you will be able to make a correct choice for yourself.

We earnestly hope that after reading this article you will be able to make a correct choice for yourself.

Disclaimer: The courses status might have changed in the period this article was written. So, in the case of more information – refer the official websites for the latest status.

Welcome to the very exclusive edition of DentalFry where you will be learning how o set up a successful career in dentistry. This post is exclusively for people who are confused about their career options after BDS. After your graduation the question “What After BDS?” or “What Can I do After BDS?” might have surely struck your mind.

In this post, I will give you the in-depth detail of all the best career options after BDS. You will even find out very different options after and streams which are not listed on any websites or blogs on the web. I will even include money making techniques for dentists the normal way too. These are the best options in the field of dentistry.

I would recommend all the readers to go through this post without skipping for better knowledge. And this guide is exclusively for all dentists here about various career options after BDS.

Do remember, that this Career Option Guide for Dentists is crafted with extreme care and is regularly updated. I would advise you to bookmark this page for future references or you can subscribe to our newsletter.

This guide is not for dentists from a specific location. You can be from anywhere, bu most of the examples I use will be from India as I am from India. This article covers almost 99% of career options available for the dentist after graduation.

Best Career Options After BDS

I had heard many of my friends and fellow dentists who say that dentistry is the very difficult career path. In India, a newly graduated dentist can only earn Rs10,000 or $200 per month.

When all reach the period of internship all the students get frustrated and breaks down. And from my research part, I will confidently tell you that you can earn a very good income if you work hard. Yes, It’s True! Read the full article and you will surely understand.

Do you know the Pro Career Options After Completing BDS?

  • Become Dental Youtuber
  • Become A Dental Blogger like Me
  • Start a Dental Tourism Agency
  • I had listed even more killer ideas of options after BDS below. I would request you to read the whole post so that It would help you for having a successful dental career.

1) The Traditional Option: Go for MDS After Your graduation

It is the very first option that strikes every dentists brain. Here I will tell you the PG options after BDS in detail. MDS is a good option in coming years if you have good contacts in dental colleges or if you have someone working as a dentist in your family. I am not telling it’s not a good opportunity in dentistry. But the golden opportunity was for dentists who did their MDS and passed out before 2010.

You see in your college only how much new MDS senior lectures are getting paid. Each department is overflowing with MDS staff. This is on the academic side. You can also go for visiting clinics and you will get paid well. But, each city is having a lot of dentists and that too MDS. There is very high competition, but you can succeed if you work wisely.


If you are going for MDS then you must act fast. You might have come to know the strictness of getting admission towards any college. Year by year the government and university might make the allotment and examination procedures very difficult. You can do MDS in government or private dental colleges. It depends on you whether you can work hard to crack the exam or not.

The government of India had made a single exam i.e NEET for admission to all colleges in the field and of Health and Sciences. Supreme Court has made many developments in the single exam patterns and you get the details online. I had even written a complete guide for MDS admission through management and NRI quota, which will give you an exact idea for taking admission in MDS through NEET.

You can also join for PG Diploma courses, I didn’t mean the short-term private course for orthodontics and all. You can join colleges for PG Diploma, it is a little bit costly but it’s worth it. It is only available in 7 or 8 dental colleges in India.

If you are looking for career options after BDS except for MDS, then read the other best options after BDS below.

2) Join in any Dental College as a Lecturer or Teaching Staff:

First, please keep in mind this post is only about career options after BDS and not MDS. So if you are a BDS and want to earn a living by the salary you get as a staff in college, it’s rubbish. You can’t earn more than Rs.15,000 maximum in any dental college as a staff. So please don’t go for this option. If you just need experience then you can forward.


BDS people can use this platform to boost their clinical and academic knowledge and prepare for post-graduation. If you want a hike in salary as a teaching staff then you should definitely go for MDS.

3) Government Job as a Dentist: You Should have some great luck:

The central and state government have a few openings for dentists in various sectors with a temporary rural posting and later a permanent posting depending on departments. A government job is a secure job. It gives many kinds of incentives in the form of Insurance and also pension schemes. The payout of government jobs is also very good.
The vacancy slots vary from states and from sectors. OBC and SC/ST candidates are easy to get placed in these openings. And also government job is a bit hard to get. If you are placed in any government slots in the country then you are very much lucky and skilled. But, government dental jobs are not that frequently updated.


The following is an example of government dental jobs after BDS:

  • Army Dental Corp
  • Territorial Officer in Indian Army
  • Railways as a dentist
  • Join Indian Navy or Indian Airforce as a dental officer.
  • State government jobs, as dental surgeon etc

Above I had just mentioned the list of options you can go for in government job. If you want more detail about government dental jobs then you can check the link below and I am sure you will love it.

4) Go Abroad and Work as a Dentist: US, UK, Canada Etc.

A nice, difficult and costly career option after BDS. Before it was easy to go abroad to US, UK, and European Countries and settle as a dentist. The dentist salary in these countries is very high. But, this option is very difficult and costly.

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Scenario Example:

Think you want to go to the US and settle there as a dentist. For this, you have to clear the NBDE Part 1 and NBDE Part 2 exams first, which are very difficult to pass. Ok, if you cleared both the exams then you should invest money and join a dental college to learn DDS, which is the valid dental degree in the US.

The course fee might be a minimum of 50 lakh rupees excluding the exam fees. Another drawback is that you have only maximum three attempts to clear the NBDE exams. Now still if you think it’s easy to go for, then you can surely go for it.

I don’t want to de-motivate the aspirants if you are able to clear the exams and have the budget to join for this amount then you can definitely go forward. You can easily settle there and be a millionaire. If you are going for this career option then I would strictly advise you to keep your visas and passport ready, also re-check for any spelling mistakes or errors which may ruin your whole effort.

If you are confident to clear the exams and able to afford the fees of exam and course then I would strictly recommend you to go for this without second thinking. If you clear everything and join there then your life will be super easy and cool.

5) Mission Gulf Countries:

This a very good career opportunity after BDS as it is easy and reasonable to go to any gulf country. There are many recruiters who send dentists to Gulf countries. The salary range of a BDS will be minimum Rs.80,000 to Rs.1.5 lakh. I would recommend you to go for MDS before going to Gulf countries, as Post-graduates are paid around Rs.5 lakh monthly, which may vary slightly.

For this, the candidate must clear the MOH(Ministry of Health) exam which is not that difficult to clear. Through this, you can get placed into government sectors of Gulf countries and that is surely a bumper prize for you. They will provide or reimburse travel expense, food, and accommodation. You just have to spend money for your personal needs only.

You can earn well from there and come back to your native place and settle. I personally know people who work in gulf country for five years, earn a huge amount and come back put their clinic and sit back.

If you have good contacts then you can join private clinics on a contract basis and work. But I would recommend you to re-check every single detail before you leave the country.

6) Join the Army Dental Corps: Money and Respect

You can join the army dental corps where you are into a respectable government job with good income. They recruit civil dentists too. It’s not necessary that you should be a pass out of Army Dental College.


You can join the Indian Army Dental Corps as a short commission or long commission. The benefits I see in army dental corps are:

  • Very Good Respect in Society.
  • Very good income with insurance, pensions, and lot of other facilities.
  • With time you get promoted and you can reach a very high-level rank in the army.
  • Last but not the least, You are in the INDIAN ARMY! That’s a proud thing friend.
  • Every year there will be openings in Indian Army for dentists. You should be updated with the same and you should apply with all correct information or else you get rejected.

There will be only limited vacancies and competitions will be comparatively high. 😛

7) Kick-start your own Dental Clinic:

Don’t think more about it. Yeah, dental clinics do make a good income. But you must research where to open and what is the competition status of that area.


I know people who just passed out BDS and started dental clinics and they are earning a good income monthly. But, it will take some time to establish.

My Recommendation:
After your BDS join any private clinic and make at least a year experience in RCT, Crown-cutting, Impactions etc. By the time you will learn to manage patients, finance, expenses, and treatments.

Setting up a dental clinic is not that easy. You should have a budget, target to achieve, marketing ideas, and lot more before starting a dental clinic. Dentistry is an investment based profession and you will need exact planning to achieve success in dentistry with a dental clinic.

8) MBA in Hospital Management: The New Generation Course:

MBA is the new trend between fresher dentists. This new career option has gained popularity in the dental field. A majority of them are going for MBA in hospital administration, whereas others opt for other streams in MBA. Many of the dentists are also cracking CAT exams to join for MBA after BDS. MBA is a 2-year course and many dentists have seen colors of success through this course.

Note: You should aim for good management colleges if you are looking to get placed in good and reputed companies.

9) MPH: Masters in Public Health:

Like MBA, MPH after BDS is also an alternative career option for dentists. Before dentists used to join MPH so that they can settle in western countries. Many colleges, like the Manipal university, have opened MPH certificate course which is of high value.

Dentists who wanted to settle in western countries easily are opting for MBA or MPH after doing BDS. Many corporate companies and government sectors are looking for masters in public health.

In India, a fresher with MPH can earn a minimum of Rs.25,000 to Rs.40,000 if you get placed in a good company.

10) Dental Career as a Youtuber: One of the Best Options after BDS


Ok, this is a very deep subject. I will try to brief it up here and later make a long post on how to make money through youtube as a dentist. Have you heard of Dr.Vikram Yadav? If your answer is No, then I will introduce him to you. He is a doctor by profession and one of the top 10 YouTubers in India. Dr.Vikram records every treatment he does and he uploads the videos to his youtube channel, Vikram Yadav. According to the youtube statistics app, social blade, Dr.Vikram Yadam is earning around $1.5K to $24.3K that is Rs.90,000 to Rs.14,58,000 monthly.

Pros of Being a Dental Youtuber:

  • No time schedule
  • Unlimited Earning Opportunity
  • Work From Home
  • Earn both fame and money

Cons of Dental Youtuber:

  • You get so addicted to it that you stop doing clinical practice.
  • Takes time and effort(But it’s worth the hard work)

11) Dental Blogging: This is What I am Doing right now

I think you know what is blogging. If you don’t please google it. This is the same way I am earning right now. I love this options after BDS as I myself earning from dental blogging. What I did is, I created a blog for dentists and dental students and share articles, videos, news etc which are searched by a lot of people in google. I get paid by google, sponsors, affiliates etc. If you have patience and is interested in work then dental blogging will make a super career for you.


My Recommendation:
After your graduation, you can join any dental clinic where there will be excellent patient exposure and share your cases and opinions as videos and articles online and earn a living from it. This is one of the super options after BDS. You can teach, learn and earn.

12) Dental Tourism: Can I Make a Living out of it?

Dental tourism is a branch of medical tourism. This also one of my favourite options after BDS. If you work hard and market it wisely you can easily earn over a lakh if you treat a single patient. In US, UK, Canada and European countries dental plans or treatments are very expensive.


For a Root canal treatment in the US costs minimum $600 or Rs.30,000 whereas in India it ranges from $20-$40 or Rs.2,000. So here is the catch. If you market and get international patients to treat then you can just imagine how much you can earn. And no tourist come to India alone they travel as a couple or family, that is 3x income. It completely depends on you and you alone. You should make a perfect plan for starting a dental tourism company and I think you will love the options after BDS here.

13) Clinical Research: Yes, there is a future in it!

You heard it, right fellas. You can make a career out of clinical research. But the information regarding clinical research after BDS is limited. As of my research, hospitals like Appolo, Fortis etc are recruiting clinical researchers and it’s true that they are paid well in European countries. I had written a detailed post based on the information I collected both online and offline. You can read in detail about clinical research after BDS here.

Wrapping Up:

These are the best career options after BDS I found after my complete research and experience. If I get to know about any other opportunities after BDS, I will surely update it here. If you have any other opinions on the career options after doing dentistry you are free to share through comments below. If you feel this post is worth sharing, do share with your fellow dentists and help them have a great dental career.

This post is also related to topics like higher studies after BDS, MBA after BDS, best options after BDS, BDS scope in future, career options abroad after BDS, exams after BDS, MPH after BDS, BDS scope in future etc.

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