|DENTAL REGISTRATION IN NEW ZEALAND - Overview 2004
by NZDC - 3768 reads, based on 4 votes
Dentists in New Zealand provide oral health care for patients in all age groups.
Dentists are expected to be competent both as team leaders and as team members. Dentists
work in a variety of settings, including...
|Registration Policy for Overseas qualified Dentists for New Zealand
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Each application for registration and each applicant is considered by the Council on a case by
case basis and in accordance with the provisions of the Dental Act.
In assessing each application for registration from overseas-trained dentists Council considers
the statutory requirements of s20 & 22 of the Dental Act 1988, which state:...
|Limitation of Practice for overseas dentists in New Zealand
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Under the Dental Act 1988 overseas specialists with recognised specialist qualifications cannot
register to practice their speciality in New Zealand without completing the requirements for basic
|Temporary Registration Policy for overseas dentists in New Zealand
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Overseas dentists visiting New Zealand on a temporary basis may apply for temporary
registration. Each application for temporary registration and each applicant is considered by the
Council on a case by case basis and in accordance with the provisions of the Dental Act....
|Specialist Registration Policy for overseas dentists in New Zealand
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Section 21 of the Dental Act allows suitably qualified and experienced dentists to be registered
as specialists in the branch of dentistry for which they make application.
Dentists who hold full or temporary registration with the Dental Council are eligible to be granted
specialist registration. The Council recommends to practitioners that up to two years be spent
in general practice prior to embarking on specialisation....