Aesthetic dentistry is one of the most popular and fulfilling dental fields. Growing patient demands have increased the need for dentists to improve their knowledge and skills in sound restorative options that result in natural-looking rehabilitated dentitions.
UCL Eastman offers a range of highly-regarded Aesthetic dentistry CPD courses. These are designed to provide dental clinicians with evidence-based clinical skills in order to incorporate aesthetic elements into their daily patient care. Our courses are designed for dentists who wish to remain at the cutting edge of contemporary dentistry, and to be able to meet and deliver with confidence the restorative needs of patients with high aesthetic expectations.
Courses currently scheduled
A five day course on popular topics in aesthetic dentistry. The course is held over five days (one per month, spread over five months) and features hands-on tuition every day. Book now for October 2017.
A five day course on popular topics in aesthetic dentistry. The course is held over five consecutive days (i.e. one full week) and features hands-on tuition every day. Book now for November 2017 or March 2018.
- Courses not currently scheduled
A two-day hands-on CPD course presenting step-by-step the most important considerations, clinical steps and procedures for posterior restorations in aesthetic dentistry patients. Register your interest.
- Dr. Konstantina Dina Dedi DipDS, MS, FACP
- Dr. Maria Agranioti DipDS, MS
- Dr. Dominiki Chatzopoulou DipDS, MSc
- Dr. Anna Gibilaro BDS, MS
- Mr. Richard Gidden CDT
- Dr. Yasser Haddadi DDS
- Dr. Cristina Isorna Soarez DDS
- Dr. James Lee DDS
- Dr. Nikos Mardas DipDS, PhD
- Dr. Stavros Pelekanos Dr. med.dent DDS
- Dr. Natalie Taube DDS
- Dr. Farhad Vahidi DDS, MS, FACP
- Dr. Ronuk Vasant BDS (Lon) MFDS RCS (Ed) MClinDent (UCL) MRD RCS (Eng) FHEA
- Dr. Anna Maria Yiannikos DDS, MBA
Aesthetics CPD courses are held in our academic teaching facilities, which comprise of four fully equipped seminar rooms; three skills laboratories with a total of 50 individual work stations, each with its own phantom head equipment and computer screen linked to a teaching station; five well equipped surgeries (with microscopes) for clinical sessions and an open space where peer groups can meet to discuss the day’s teaching over tea and coffee.