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As above at Manchester uni it says that you can do an msc of OMS after dentistry. Does that make you a real OMS? If not then what’s the point
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As above at Manchester uni it says that you can do an msc of OMS after dentistry. Does that make you a real OMS? If not then what’s the point
No, you need to do a medical degree, complete the Foundation Programme then enter surgical and OMFS specialty training. The MSc is there as an adjunct to the clinical training programme. It's not a replacement for on the job training.

More info here:

https://www.baoms.org.uk/professiona...s_in_omfs.aspx

https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/exp...nd-development
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