Introduction of Dentist
In today’s time, there is a competition among every youth of the country to get a government job and in today’s time, as soon as a student passes 12th, a question arises in front of him as to which way to take his career and by going there, he gets entangled in this question but many students study from childhood with a career in their mind, but many students dream that they will become a good doctor. If you do want to become a doctor so you have to have good marks in subjects like Physics Chemistry Math Science and English. You should get at least 50% of the marks.
This is your first step towards becoming a doctor. After this, it depends on you which kind of doctors u want to be because nowadays the field of medicine has become very big and all things have different doctors and if someone advises you to take a BDS course then this is a very good option for you. BDS i.e.
Bachelor of Dental Science, as its name itself, makes sense that it is a course to become a Dentist. So if you have a dream to become a doctor, then for this you have the best option to take a BDS course, after BDS you can become a good dentist.
What is BDS?
If you do any kind of work, then you need to have full knowledge about that work first and if you do not have information about that thing then you may have a lot of trouble going ahead. In this post, we will explain what is a BDS course. Bachelor of Dental Science (BDS) This is an undergraduate course that you can do after passing the 12th.
In this course, you are given information about all diseases related to teeth and you are also taught about the treatment of those diseases. After completion of BDS in many private colleges, an Internship of 1 year or more in a dental hospital is done, after completing this course you can get a job in any kind of government and private hospital easily.
Syllabus for BDS
- Dental Histology
- Dental Materials
- Preclin Prosthodontics
- Law for Dental Profession
- Dental Materials
- Preclin Prosthodontics
- Preclin Conservative
- Oral Pathology
Career Options After BDS
Traditionally a large number of students do Master of Dental Surgery (MDS) after Completing BDS to continue further studies. After doing MDS you can get a good salary in both government and private sectors. After BDS you can do teaching work in an institution. This is a very responsible field but it does not get a good pay-out. Normally in this field, you can get an annual salary scale of 2 lakh to 2.5 lakh.
You can also join the Indian Army as a Dentist by the Short Service Commission. This is a very prestigious job. Not only does it get a good pay scale, but different types of facilities are also available. You can improve your career by researching central institutes like the Forensic Department, Medical Institute of India, All India Institute of Medical Science, etc.
MBA – You can make a career in the field related to hospital administration by taking a course in these hospitals and health care. Due to various types of complications related to medicine in modern society, the field of hospital management has emerged. You can practice by opening your clinic at a private level. In this, you will have to invest capital initially. But before opening a clinic, you must have at least 1-year experience under a senior doctor.
Chances of a Career Outside India
By going outside India, you can shape your future in other European countries including America, England. Although this process is very challenging and expensive, the pay scale abroad is also very good. To become a Dentist in the US, you must qualify for the NBDE National Board Dental Examination (NBDE), which is to be held in two stages.
This exam is counted among the most difficult examinations in the world. After passing this exam, you will have to study DDS Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from any reputed institution in America. After that, you can work in any government and private institution there at a very good pay scale.
Apart from this, bypassing the Ministry of Health exam, you can also find jobs in Gulf countries. This examination is comparatively easier than the NBDE. In the Gulf countries, you can get an annual salary scale of 8 lakh to 12 lakh.
Salary ₹100k – ₹1m
Bonus ₹2k – ₹198k
Profit-Sharing ₹1k – ₹204k
Commission ₹0 – ₹62k
Total Pay ₹101k – ₹1m
Popular Skills for Dentist
Composite Fillings ₹245,485
Diagnosis and Treatment Planning ₹242,082
Oral Surgery ₹390,366
Public Health ₹303,000
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