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Becoming an orthodontist begins with a college degree. While not required, biochemistry, biomedical engineering, chemistry or physiological science are suggested disciplines for a predentistry degree. Four years of dental school follow.Why do you want to be an orthodontist?
Top 10 Reasons to Choose an Orthodontist Doctor's Credentials. This was the number one in our survey and it should be. ... Flexible Financing. Most orthodontic offices offer many ways to pay for treatment like credit cards, third party credit, in-house payment plans and pay as you go. Year's of Experience. ... Doctor Communicates Well. ... Office Location / Convenience. ... Friendly Staff. ... More items...What is the difference between a dentist and an orthodontist?
The main similarity between a dentist and orthodontist is that they both focus on oral care. An orthodontist can work in a dental office and provide the same care as a dentist. So in this respect, they are quite similar. They are both considered doctors, and deal with the teeth and gums.