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How to become a dental assistant
In Germany, you must complete three years of training in a dental and/or orthodontic practice after secondary school (mittlere Reife) if you wish to become a dental assistant. This
training ends with a final examination after which the Dental Association will award you with a certificate entitling you to work as a dental assistant.
There are many ways of furthering your education after completing training, and we will be happy to discuss the matter with you in more detail.
How to become a specialist in orthodontics
After receiving your German university entrance qualification (Abitur), you will study dentistry at university for five years to become a qualified dentist. Your degree is followed by at
least one year of general practice, and if appropriate a doctoral thesis. The specialist training which follows lasts for at least three years. You will spend one to three years in the
orthodontic department of a university hospital and/or two years in an orthodontic practice entitled to provide training, such as ours.
Your training ends with an examination before the Dental Association. If successful, you will be a qualified specialist in orthodontics. But these ten years of study and training are only
the beginning. Continuing professional development is a vital part of your professional life, and you will be expected to attend training events regularly.
Dr. Carola Seekamp and Dr. Sara Nasiri - Specialists in Orthodontics - Reichsstraße 105 - 14052 Berlin-Charlottenburg/Westend - Telephone 030 / 339 379 370