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UClan MSc clinical implantology

The world of dentistry continues to change.

Patients have increasing expectations and there is more that dentists can do to meet their wishes and needs.

The future is bright for the dental practitioner with enhanced skills working either within the National Health Service or privately.

Dentistry is moving towards the establishment of local clinical networks where the dentist possessing additional skills can look forward to a career with greater professional rewards.

With the ever-increasing emphasis on the delivery of high quality in primary care, completing one of our postgraduate MSc degrees will allow you to play a strong role in the provision of dental treatment in the future.

UCLan’s dental implantology programme provides the busy general dental practitioner with a part-time educational route to acquire the skills and knowledge required to undertake more complex and interesting cases in practice.

This programme focuses on contemporary practice, evidence-based principles and systems to ensure an optimal outcome for both the patient and practitioner.

Course delivery – lectures take place on Saturdays in your choice of location – either Glasgow or central Birmingham.

Clinical supervision days at our training centres (Huntingdon, Rochester, and more TBC).

Module DX4016 clinical implantology year one. Twelve days of lectures and hands-on:

  • Day one: 22 June 2019. Treatment planning and case selection
  • Day two: 20 July 2019. Basic sciences for implant dentistry
  • Day three: 7 Sept 2019. Surgical skills for implant dentistry
  • Day four: 5 Oct 2019. Implant design and biomechanics
  • Day five: 2 Nov 2019. Occlusion
  • Day six: 30 Nov 2019. Restoring implants
  • Day seven: 11 Jan 2020. Laboratory procedures and digital dentistry workflow
  • Day eight: 8 Feb 2020. Cadaver course
  • Day nine: 21 March 2020. Bone defects and case presentations
  • Day 10: 25 April 2020. Complications and their management
  • Days 11 and 12: CBCT masterclass. Choose a date near you, to be completed by 25 April 2020.

Module DX4016 end of year assessment.

16 May 2020 or 6 June 2020.

Complete five clinical days – supervised clinical practice.

You will assess and plan appropriate treatment for patients.

Includes: case assessment and treatment planning, including use of radiographic stents and CBCT.

Introductory dinner – Friday 21 June 2019.

End of year one dinner – Saturday 25 April 2020.

Course fees: £30,825 (payable in six instalments of £5,137.50 over two years).

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