NDEB in a Glance
The way to practice Dentistry in Canada
Licensing
Process
Scheme
- The application fee for the NDEB Equivalency Process
is $800.00, non-refundable.
- The application deadline date for the...
• Exam Style: 2 Papers each contains 150 MCQs / 3 hour session.
• Syllabus:
 Biomedical Sciences (20 Question).
 Anatomy...
• PASSING STANDARD: Participants whose score on the
Assessment of Fundamental Knowledge is a test equated 75
or higher may...
Assessment of Clinical Skills
Exam Style: 10 Clinical Stations on 2 days duration 5 in each day for 7 hours
Stations:
• Cl...
Assessment of Clinical Judgment
Exam Style: consists of three (3) books each consists of : 25 EMQs in 90
minutes
• Books 1...
• Graduates of non-accredited dental programs can also successfully complete an accredited
Qualifying/Degree Completion Pr...
• CONTENT AND FORMAT
• Consists of 2 books, each with 150 MCQs/ 150 minute examination session.
• Book 1
• Health Promotio...
• CONTENT AND FORMAT
• The OSCE is a station type examination comprised of a morning session
(150 Minutes) and an afternoo...
of 10

National Dental Examining Board of Canada - NDEB in a Glance

Dentists wishing to gain a license to practice dentistry in Canada. These are the detailed information about the licensing process as detailed by the National Dental Examining Board of Canada
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  • 1. NDEB in a Glance The way to practice Dentistry in Canada
  • 2. Licensing Process Scheme
  • 3. - The application fee for the NDEB Equivalency Process is $800.00, non-refundable. - The application deadline date for the 2016 NDEB Equivalency Process was September 28, 2015.
  • 4. • Exam Style: 2 Papers each contains 150 MCQs / 3 hour session. • Syllabus:  Biomedical Sciences (20 Question).  Anatomy, Oral Microanatomy, Oral Embryology, Growth and Development 20, Physiology, Microbiology/Immunology, General Biochemistry/Cariology, Pathology/Medicine  Applied Clinical Sciences.  Pharmacology (13 Questions )  Orthodontics (6 Questions)  Pediatric Dentistry, Geriatric Dentistry , Special Needs Patient (7 Questions)  Periodontics, Oral facial Pain (6 Questions)  Endodontics, Dental Emergencies (6 Questions)  Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, Radiology (6 Questions)  Scientific Literature, Health Promotion/Population Health, Relationship of General/ Oral Health (2 Questions)  Local Anesthesia, Therapeutics, Medical Emergencies (6 Questions)  Oral Surgery, Trauma, Medical Emergencies (6 Questions)  Operative/Single Crown (11 Questions)  FPD/Removable/Implants, Dental Anatomy/Occlusion, Prevention, Infection Control (11 Questions)
  • 5. • PASSING STANDARD: Participants whose score on the Assessment of Fundamental Knowledge is a test equated 75 or higher may register for the Assessment of Clinical Skills and the Assessment of Clinical Judgement.* • Limitations: A participant has the privilege of taking the Assessment of Fundamental Knowledge three (3) times. • FEE: $700.00 • Exam Date: February 2, 2016 • Registration Deadline Date: November 21, 2015 • Exam Centers: Canada in several locations, London, UK. Con…..
  • 6. Assessment of Clinical Skills Exam Style: 10 Clinical Stations on 2 days duration 5 in each day for 7 hours Stations: • Class II amalgam preparation. • Class III composite resin preparation. • Full metal crown preparation. • Metal-ceramic (porcelain fused to metal) crown preparation. • Endodontic access preparation on a molar tooth. • Direct Class II composite resin restoration on a pre-prepared* tooth • Direct Class IV composite resin restoration on a pre-prepared* tooth • Class II amalgam restoration on a pre-prepared* tooth • Provisional crown restoration for a pre-prepared* metal-ceramic (porcelain fused to metal) crown preparation on Day 2 of the Assessment. The original unprepared tooth will be in the typodont used on Day 1 of the Assessment. • Rubber dam application. Dates: • Assessment of Clinical Skills: June 8 & 9, 2013 • Registration Deadline Date: April 15, 2013 FEES: $5500.00 LOCATIONS: Canada A participant has the privilege of taking the Assessment of Clinical Skills 3 times.
  • 7. Assessment of Clinical Judgment Exam Style: consists of three (3) books each consists of : 25 EMQs in 90 minutes • Books 1A , and 1B • Diagnosis, Treatment Planning and Clinical Decision Making, This extended match multiple choice Assessment will evaluate the participant’s ability to formulate a diagnosis and to make clinical decisions. Case histories, dental charts and photographs may be provided for patients of all ages, including those with special needs. • Book 2 • Radiographic Interpretation Using prints of radiographs, this extended match multiple choice Assessment will evaluate the participant’s knowledge in oral radiology and ability to make a radiographic interpretation and diagnosis. Dates: • Assessment of Clinical Judgment: June 7, 2013 • Registration Deadline Date: April 15, 2013 FEES: $1800.00 LOCATIONS: Canada A participant has the privilege of taking the Assessment of Clinical Judgment 3 times.
  • 8. • Graduates of non-accredited dental programs can also successfully complete an accredited Qualifying/Degree Completion Program in order to become eligible to participate in the NDEB Written and OSCE Examinations. These programs are especially designed to orient international graduates to dentistry and dental practice in Canada. • British Columbia • The University of British Columbia • Alberta • University of Alberta • Manitoba • University of Manitoba • Ontario • The University of Western Ontario • The University of Toronto • Quebec • McGill University • Université de Montréal • Nova Scotia • Dalhousie University 40,000 : 50,000 $ Per Year
  • 9. • CONTENT AND FORMAT • Consists of 2 books, each with 150 MCQs/ 150 minute examination session. • Book 1 • Health Promotion/Population health, Relationship of General/Oral Health, Scientific Literature, Records, Oral Medicine/Oral Pathology, General Biochemistry/Cariology, Oral Microanatomy , Oral Embryology (50 questions) • Anxious Patient, Abuse & Neglect, Occupational Hazards, Periodontics, Pharmacology, Growth & Development, Physiology (50 questions) • Radiology, Informed Consent, Prevention, Anatomy, Microbiology/Immunology, Pathology/Medicine (50 questions) • Book 2 • Fixed Partial Denture/Removable Partial Denture, Dental Emergencies, Medical Emergencies, Ethics & Jurisprudence, Trauma, Pediatric Dentistry, Implants (50 questions) • Operative Dentistry, Endodontics, Orthodontics, Dental Anatomy/Occlusion, Special Needs Patient (50 questions) • Infection Control, Local Anesthesia, Therapeutics, Oral Facial Pain, Oral Surgery, Geriatric Dentistry. (50 questions) • Dates: • March, May & November • FEES: • Application : $500.00 Exam : $800.00 • LOCATIONS: • Canada • Candidates must obtain a minimum test equated, re-scaled score of 65 to be successful in the OSCE. • A candidate has the privilege of taking the OSCE examination three (3) times The Written Examination
  • 10. • CONTENT AND FORMAT • The OSCE is a station type examination comprised of a morning session (150 Minutes) and an afternoon session (165 Minutes) on the same day. • stations will have 2 questions, will require the candidate to review the information supplied (e.g. case history, dental charts, photographs, radiographs, casts, models) and answer EMQ, each station has only 5 Minutes duration. • A few stations may require the candidate to write an acceptable prescription for a medication commonly prescribed by general dentists in Canada. • Dates: • March, May & November • FEES: • Exam : $900.00 • LOCATIONS: • Canada • Candidates must obtain a minimum test equated, re-scaled score of 65 to be successful in the OSCE. • A candidate has the privilege of taking the OSCE examination three (3) times The OSCE Examination

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