Royal College of Dentists of Canada

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The Royal College of Dentists of Canada (RCDC; French: Collège Royal des Chirurgiens Dentistes du Canada) is a regulatory college which administers examinations for qualified dental specialists as part of the dentistry profession in Canada. Its headquarters are in Toronto.[1]

The RCDC was established federally in 1965 to promote high standards of specialization in the dental profession and to recognize properly trained dental specialists. The current examinations are known as the National Dental Specialty Examination (NDSE). Successful completion may lead to Fellowship in the College (FRCDC).

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  1. ^ "Contact Us." Royal College of Dentists of Canada. Retrieved on September 11, 2012. "2003 - 180 Dundas St W Toronto, ON M5G 1Z8"

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