Endodontists

If you are interested in becoming an endodontist, you can begin preparing with a course of study emphasizing math and science subjects. Algebra, trigonometry, calculus, physics, biology, chemistry, and health are all helpful to prepare for college course work. Business, accounting, and economics courses will also help if you decide to run a private practice later on in your career.


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