Average Salary For Dentists In South Africa

A dentist is a person who is qualified to treat diseases and other conditions that affect the teeth and gums, especially the repair and extraction of teeth and the insertion of artificial ones.


Dentist Salary In South Africa

Dentist Average Salary

The average salary for a Dentist in SA is R 731 920 gross per year (R 60 990 gross per month), which is 159% higher than South Africa’s national average salary. Salary Range: a Dentist can expect an average starting salary of R 455 390.

The highest salaries can exceed R 1 870 000.

Is dentistry a good career in South Africa?

Popular reasons dentists cited for choosing this career were job security, a desire to help people, the degree recognized, a love of working with their hands, and regular but flexible working hours.

More than half (55%) of respondents would not choose Dentistry as a career again.

How long does a dentist study?

Some aspiring dentists will complete four years in an undergraduate program, followed by another four years in a dental program. Dentistry programs that combine the undergraduate degree with dentistry training will typically allow students to complete the program in about six years.

What subjects are needed to be a dentist?

To become a dentist, a high school student would need the following subjects, all on the higher grade: Maths, chemistry, biology, and AP Physics. Other subjects that will be accepted are Physical science and Math Literature.

A minimum pass rate of 50 is required to enroll in a dental bachelor’s degree program.

What subjects do you need to study dentistry in South Africa?

You have to offer the core prerequisite subjects for dentistry in high school.

In South Africa, the important subjects to study dentistry are Mathematics, Life Sciences, and the English Language. You need to offer these courses before planning to attend a university in pursuit of a dentistry degree.

Where can I study to become a dentist in South Africa?

Dental Schools

The Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

Cape Peninsula University of Technology – The Faculty of Health and Wellness Sciences.

The Durban University of Technology.

Durban University of Technology – The Department of Dental Sciences will constantly.

Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University.