Terrence Soule, a well-regarded family dentist based out of Longwood, Florida, is proud to announce that he has been awarded certification by the Florida Dental Board. This certification allows Dr. Soule to practice dentistry in Florida, and it also recognizes him as a high-quality dentist who will provide safe and effective care to his patients. Dr. Soule looks forward to a long career treating individuals and families in Florida.
To earn a license, Dr. Soule had to show proof of completion of an accredited dental degree program. He received his Doctor of Dental Sciences (DDS) from New York University, and he graduated in excellent academic standing. The Florida Dental board also requires that dentists applying for certification submit proof that they took a two-day course in the prevention of medical errors, as an additional safety measure. Dr. Soule passed the Florida Dental exam with flying colors. The exam is comprehensive test of all types of dental knowledge, designed to screen out any applicants who are not properly prepared for the demands of dental work. Because of his background, qualifications, and great exam scores, Dr. Terrence Soule was approved by the Florida Dental Board.
To keep his license current, Dr. Soule will also take continuing education courses in topics like CPR and how to recognize signs of domestic violence. Overall, Dr. Soule will need 30 hours of continuing education to renew his license when it expires. These requirements ensure that dentists continue to grow professionally, and that they stay up to date with important developments in the dental field.
The Florida Dental board is run by the Florida Department of Health. It is responsible for providing licenses to qualified dentists like Dr. Terrence Soule, for establishing and enforcing regulations regarding dentistry in Florida, and for fostering continuing education in the dental profession in Florida. The Florida Dental board works hard to ensure that patients in Florida receive safe, high-quality dental care.
Dr. Terrence Soule welcomes questions, and he is always happy to talk about his dental practice, the licensure process, or his professional experience.