A full-time, one year (or, for StRs only, a part-time, two year) Master’s programme that provides advanced knowledge in various areas of fixed prosthodontics, operative & implant dentistry and endodontics. Find out more
See also: Prosthodontics
Why Conservative Dentistry?
Conservative dentistry encompasses fixed prosthodontics, operative, implant dentistry and endodontics. It will enable dentists to develop up-to-date skills, knowledge and expertise to confidently manage the treatment needs of your patients in a holistic and comprehensive manner.
The MSc in Conservative Dentistry is an intensive programme which maintains a good balance between theoretical knowledge and practical application, in addition to a research component. The programme has been running for many years and enjoys a great, world-wide reputation.
Students gain theoretical and practical experience in the management of complex cases utilizing either tooth or implant-supported restorations. This is accomplished through exposure to advanced diagnosis and treatment planning procedures, clinical practice, as well as undertaking the laboratory work for their patients. Development of each of these skills will enhance your confidence and ability to provide successful clinical treatment. Students are exposed to both digital and conventional workflows.
Honourary contracts / Visiting lecturers / NHS staff
- Dr James Baker
- Dr Steve Bassi
- Dr Nick Capp
- Professor Andrew Eder
- Dr Matthew Garrett
- Dr Ken Hemmings
- Dr Basil Mizrahi
- Dr Sharan Sidhu
Our state-of-the-art facilities include two dedicated laboratories for the production of patient devices such as fixed and removable prosthetic devices. There are five clinical skills laboratories containing 90 clinical skills stations equipped with dental manikins allowing trainees to practically and safely refine skills and work in conditions that mimic real-life practice. Two of our suites are also equipped with dental microscopes to aid identification of anatomical imperfections and the quick detection of enamel and dentine fractures.
Ms Alex Hobbs, Programme Administrator:
The unit welcomes visits from prospective students. Appointments to visit should be made at least 1 month in advance. Your visit will enable you to meet staff and to see both clinical and laboratory facilities. Appointments to visit should be made by emailing the department.