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On August 14, 2015 the governor of Illinois signed into law a bill (H1496, now Public Act No. 366) that imposes additional requirements on dentists trained outside of North America. The law amends the Dental Practice Act to require applicants for a dental license who did not graduate from a dental school in the United States or Canada to complete a certain number of years of general dental clinical training in the United States or Canada prior to licensure, removes provisions allowing the applicant to substitute other forms of training, and requires the applicant to have received specified certification from a dean of an approved college or school.
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