MSc in Advanced Restorative Dental Practice
This 30-month, part-time blended learning programme is for general dentists who want to take on more restorative cases. This masters will give you the confidence and ability to enhance your current clinical practice by incorporating the latest advances in technology and research.
The programme brings together a high-class international faculty for a modern and global classroom. You will be engaged on a wide range of topics, from crowns and veneers to implants and occlusion, ensuring your patients benefit from expert treatment planning and long-lasting restorative care.
The programme is designed to allow dentists to continue working while they learn, allowing learners to apply the knowledge and skills they acquire to practice straight away.
Unit 1: Getting Better at General Dental Practice
Unit 2: Expanding Prosthodontic Skills for the Advanced General Practitioner
Unit 3: The Perio-Endo Complex Unravelled
Unit 4: Research Methods, Audit and Governance
Unit 5: Expanding Restorative Dentistry
Unit 6: The Business of Advanced General Practice
Unit 7: Dissertation
Residential 1: December 2019
Residential 2: July 2020
Residential 3: March 2021
DR IAN JONES
BDS, MSc,MBA,FInstLM, MFDS RCPS(Glas)
Clinical Senior Lecturer and Programme Lead for MSc in Advanced Restorative Dental Practice
PROFESSOR RICHARD IBBETSON
BDS MSc FDS RCS(Eng) FDS RCS(Edin) FFGDP(UK) FFD RCSI FRCoA
Professor of Restorative Dentistry, and formerly Director of Dentistry at the Institute of Dentistry.
MR GRAEME LILLYWHITE
Senior Clinical Lecturer
DR ROSA MORENO LOPEZ
DDS, PhD, PG Cert Gerodontology, FHEA
DR GEORGE CHERUKARA
DR RASHA ABU EID
BDS, PhD, PGCert (HELT)
DR CHRISTINE HORNER
BDS Glasg 1985, MFGDP (UK) RCS (Eng) 2006, Dip Rest RCS (Eng) 2018
MISS JAYNE WOTHERSPOON
MR GREGORY PEEK
Senior Clinical Lecturer
The majority of the learning will be online and will combine interactive distance learning, webinars, recorded lectures and live learning during the residential workshops. This creates an integrated programme which uses the best of new media and technology. There will be three residential workshops during the 30 months, during which you will have the opportunity of building your network of international peers.
Candidates will need to provide evidence of a primary dental degree from a recognised institution, and you should have at least 2 years recent experience in general practice. Candidates will need access to their own patients for their cases studies. You will also need to provide two references which can be from colleagues or anyone who has known you in a professional capacity. References more than 12 months old will not be accepted.
If your first language is not English, you must produce a copy of either an IETLS certificate (score must be no less than 6.5) a TOEFL certificate (score must be no less than 575 on the paper-based test, 230 on the computer based test or 90 on the iBT test) or a Pearson Test 59-65 (score must be no less than 51 in each component).
We are currently accepting applications for the 2019 intake.
If you are interested in registering for this course, please fill in your details on the form on this page, or contact us using the details below.
If you have any questions, contact us on +44 (0)207 400 8989, or drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org
30 months part-time
Payment in installments is available.
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