A part-time, three-year Master's programme that blends online, distance learning with hands-on skills lab training and face-to-face teaching.
A full-time, three-year programme taught with specialist-level clinical practice and including doctorate-level research.
Why Paediatric Dentistry?
Paediatric Dentistry is an extremely rewarding and enjoyable specialty, which allows you to experience and undertake all aspects of dental care in children. Guiding a child’s dental development so that they reach adulthood with a functional, aesthetic and pain free dentition is uniquely satisfying.
Our Paediatric Dentistry programmes train graduates to be able to diagnose, treatment plan and manage paediatric patients with a wide variety of conditions.
We provide an evidence-based approach to the specialty in a supportive environment. All our students undertake a research project a part of the course with many of them having their research accepted for publication.
Teaching is undertaken by senior academic and clinical staff, many of whom have roles in other organisations including the Royal College of Surgeons and the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry. Several of our staff are examiners for the Membership in Paediatric Dentistry Examinations.
Honourary contracts / Visiting lecturers / NHS staff
- Gehan Abou Ameira
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.
Dr Susan Parekh
Programme Director (Paediatric Dentistry MSc)
Professor Paul Ashley
Programme Director (Paediatric Dentistry DDent)
The unit welcomes visits from prospective students to meet the Programme Directors provided you meet all of the mandatory requirements for entry to the programme. Appointments to visit should be made at least two months in advance as staff have clinical, teaching and research commitments. For an appointment contact the Programme Administrator.