Dentistry includes prevention of instrumental and pharmacological nature, diagnosis and treatment of anomalies, lesions and diseases of the teeth, mouth and jaws.
If you wish to work on a temporary and occasional basis, you must apply to be registered as a service provider.
If you wish to be registered for a period of 12 months as a service provider to be able to work as a nurse responsible for general care on a temporary and occasional basis, you must apply for registration by sending documentary evidence in the form of certified true copies to the Danish Patient Safety Authority:
- certified true copy of passport.
- certified true copy of evidence of professional qualifications (diploma) in the original language
- documentation of employment conditions, including duration, frequency, periodicity and continuity, if any
- certificate of current professional status/ good standing sent directly from the health authorities of the member state where you are legally established as a nurse responsible for general care.
In carrying out the service, you must use the professional title that you use in your home member state where you are established.