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Everything You Need to Know About the Latest Salary Numbers for Dentists

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ released the latest data on annual salaries for dental health care providers. We cut through all the numbers to provide you with what you want – and need -- to know. Continue below to find out which specialists make the most, where dentists are needed, top-paying industries and more.
Mary Ellen Cagnassola
PUBLISHED: Monday, July 10, 2017

Salaries by Specialty

Each area of dental care is as important as the next. But when it comes to salary, specialists are unsurprisingly the highest earners. Still, even the lowest earners (prosthodontists) bring home 84 percent more than the median U.S. household income, which is nothing to balk at.


· Orthodontists: $208,000 or more
· Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons: $208,000 or more
· Dentists, all other specialists: $173,000
· Dentists, general: $153,000
· Prosthodontists: $126,000

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