Residency/Intern Permit


Click on the appropriate tab below to see the Renewal Requirements, Process, Fees and Continuing Education (CE) for a Residency/Intern Permit.

The board office staff will process the renewal of the residency/intern permit upon receipt of:

  1. Completed Residency/Intern Application
  2. Proof current CPR at the basic life support level

Renewal notices are not sent.   It is the responsibility of the residency program coordinator to timely renew the permit for each resident.  Failure to renew an active permit by the expiration date will render the permit expired without any further action by the board.

Residency program coordinators are required to RENEW BY MAIL by submitting the Residency/Intern Application and proof of current CPR at the basic life support level for each resident/intern, prior to the expiration date to the following address:

Department of Health
Board of Dentistry
4052 Bald Cypress Way, #C-08
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3258

Failure to renew an active permit by the expiration date renders the permit expired without any further action by the board.

There are no renewal fees.

There is no continuing education requirement for a residency/intern permit.

Florida Statutes

Section 466.025: Permitting of dental interns serving at state institutions; certification of dentists practicing at government facilities; permitting of nonprofit corporations.

Florida Administrative Code

Rule 64B5-7.003: Permit Requirements for Dental Interns and Residents