News and Deadlines


September 3, 2020: If you haven't received confirmation of your Danish authorization application, it's because our employees responsible for handling incoming mail are currently experiencing a delay of up to 4 weeks.

We appreciate your understanding and will send you an email as soon as possible to acknowledge receipt of your application and the registration of supporting documents in our electronic file system. Please note that you will not receive a confirmation email for any additional documentation you submit.

January 1, 2018: According to the new study guidelines for dentists, upon submission and approval of your Danish language test documentation, you will automatically be registered for the next written exam. However, if you fail the written exam, your registration for the oral exam will be canceled, as the written exam must be passed first. For more information on dental tests, please refer to the provided resources.


Employment for Adaptation and Training Purposes:

After successfully passing the dental tests and completing the Danish legislation course, you will have 12 months to secure employment for adaptation and training purposes. If you fail to find employment within this timeframe, you will need to reapply to have your dental qualifications assessed for eligibility.

Please note that as part of your application, you must provide documentation proving 12 months of employment as a dentist if your dental training is over 6 years old at the time of reapplication (6-year rule).

The 6-year rule stipulates that your primary dental qualification will be considered outdated unless you can provide evidence of at least 12 months of work as a dentist during the six years preceding the new application date. It is essential that you were registered or authorized as a dentist by the competent health authority during this period.