CPD certificate in surgical & prosthodontic implantology
Who is the course designed for?
Dental Practitioners with little or no experience with implant dentistry.
Can anybody apply?
You need to be a registered dentist with the General Dental Council and be able to provide a patient who can attend the course one day a month.
What is the aim of the course?
To educate dental practitioners with regards to dental implant case selection, planning and treatment. Be able to assess and treat a patient who requires an implant retained restoration.
Will I be treating patients?
Yes. You will need to bring your own patient from practice. Assesement and treatment will be carried out under specialist supervison.
Who pays for the implant treatment?
You will be charged cost price for the implant components & drapes (not the patient). It will be down to your own discretion if you charge your patient.
Will there be hands on training?
Yes. You will have hands on training on plastic jaws prior to carrying out treatment on your own patients
Which implant system will be used?
Our implant courses are run on a generic basis so that the principles of implant treatment planning can be applied to most implant systems. For the purposes of this course we use the Nobel Biocare implants (Branemark & Replace Select) as our preferred system.
Who will carry out the treatment?
The course is run and supervised by registered specialist. Additional teaching will be provided by experienced members of the teaching staff of the Eastman Dental Institute.
What will I gain form the course?
You will be able to treat a patient from your practice as your first implant case from start to finish including both surgical & restorative aspects of implant treatment under specialist supervision. The course is approved for verifiable CPD. A certificate of attendance will be provided.
How is the course run?
The course is run over 12 days over 18 months.
2013 dates TBC.
How much will it cost?
The cost of the course for 2013 is £7,200.
CPD participants have been able to claim tax relief. Implant components and laboratory fees will be charged separately. You may wish to pass these costs to your patient.
What should I do after the course?
The course is designed to introduce you to implant dentistry. We have additional programmes which you can progress to in a step wise manner depending on your experience and interest. Study groups can be formed if there is adequate interest.
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