Career Opportunities in Endodontics in Canada
Career and employment opportunities for Canadian university students graduating in Endodontics.
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Employment Resources and Professions Available to Endodontics Graduates
Those with a background in endodontics can work in a dentist's office where they work with patients requiring root canal therapy. They can either work in collaboration with other dentists or go into solo practice.
Outside of private practice, endodontists can work as dental educators in the post-secondary school system, as researchers, in dental administration, or as sales representatives for dental supply companies.
Endodontists can also work internationally, for instance for the Red Cross, Dentists Without Borders, or as volunteer dentists working in third-world countries. They can also work for various agencies which have staff in isolation such as military deployments or remote research stations.
A background in endodontics can also lead to a degree in surgery or other medical specialties. Graduates can also branch into biomedical sciences such as nanoengineering, biomaterials, and biomechanics.
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