MAGD / FICOI / DDS/DMD designations and their descriptions
DDS/DMD: DDS means Doctor of Dental Surgery. DMD can mean either Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry or Doctor of Dental Medicine. While those titles may sound different, the American Dental Association (ADA) explains that they refer to the same degrees. Some universities award dental graduates with a DDS, while others award a DMD.
MAGD: A general dentist who has earned the designation of “Master” of the AGD (MAGD) has completed a structured and demanding set of requirements. To attain the MAGD, your dentist must first be a Fellow in the AGD. Your dentist must then earn an additional 600 approved continuing education hours (including 400 hours of hands-on courses) while meeting minimum requirements in certain dental disciplines.
FICOI: Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. which is a reflection of his training and experience with dental implants.
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