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Pod surgery training Aus

Discussion in 'Australia' started by ajs604, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. ajs604

    ajs604 Active Member


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    I am contemplating doing pod surgery but unsure of the direct pathway. I have seen a Uni in UWA offer a course. Is it possible to complete all the training here without moving out of the country or state? I live in Victoria so moving would be near impossible.

    What is the best masters to do in Aus for Pod surgery? Also what is the remuneration like upon completion of training?

    I have contemplated leaving the profession and considered dentistry but pod surgery seems appealing as it is equally as challenging.
     
  2. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    Suggest you have a chat to either Mark Gilheany, Andrew Kingsford or Simon Smith in Melbourne re your options and what it is like.
     
  3. ajs604

    ajs604 Active Member

    Ok thank you. What is the best way to contact these 3 individuals?
     
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