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Do I need a levels for orthodontic/ dental nursing ? Can someone explain the procedure of the dental/ orthodontic nursing coursing and how I get into the courses or do I get into courses for it ?
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There are dental nursing apprenticeships out there which require only GCSE's, but I would advise you to still do A-levels. If you were to do science based A-levels you would find the concept of the dental nursing apprenticeships much easier as you would have covered the fundamentals in your A-levels. Doing your A-levels would also give you grades to go to uni, if you change your mind later on in your career path.
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