POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA
IMPLANT DENTISTRY

PGDip (Dent Imp)

 
387020_525435604137531_1692870596_n.jpg

Postgraduate Diploma in Implant Dentistry

The Postgraduate Diploma in Implant Dentistry (EduQual Level 7) is a 1 year part time program, accredited by the regulated UK awarding body, EduQual.  The qualification is aligned with the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), allowing use of the postnominals PGDip (Imp Dent).

This course features pathways that are suitable for both beginners and experienced implant dentists.  Patients are provided on the Beginners Pathway.

This program utilises a blend of online theory and contact practical classes to provide part-time education and qualification opportunities with reduced disruption to your practice.  For the Clinical Cases module, delegates will attend a 5-day Clinical Training Program with provided patients*.  If you are already an experienced implant dentist you may opt for the Treat Own Patients pathway for the Clinical Cases module**.

 

TERM 1 (September - December)

​Start date:  19th September 2022

Module 1:  Patient Assessment, Diagnosis & Treatment Planning (online delivery). 15 credits

Module 2:  Preclinical Practical Skills Week (5 day contact class 3rd-7th October 2022). 15 credits

Module 3:  Implant Prosthodontics and Occlusion (online delivery). 15 credits

TERM 2 (January - June)

Module 4.  Basic Sciences Related to Implant Dentistry  (online delivery).  15 credits

Module 5:  Evidence Based Dentistry (online delivery). 15 credits

Module 6:  Clinical Cases:  various dates available*.  15 credits

 

This 90 credit program requires a total of 900 notional hours of study.

After successful completion the accredited Postgraduate Diploma in Implant Dentistry is awarded​

 

Course fees:

Provided Patients option - £9,950

Treat Own Patients option - £7,500

Course fees can be paid over 10 monthly instalments (UK bank account required)

Course fees are subject to VAT

 

After successful completion the accredited Postgraduate Diploma in Implant Dentistry is awarded

* The Provided Patients option is only available to GDC registered UK dentists.  International dentists must choose the Treat Own Patients Option.

** The Treat Own Patients option is only available to experienced implant dentists, who have independently treated a minimum of 20 full implant cases and have at least 2 years experience in dental implantology.  This option is available to experienced  implant dentists in the UK and internationally.  On this pathway, case reports must be submitted for 6 implant cases before the last day of Year 1 (30 June 2023).  Dentists on the Treat Own Patients pathway do not attend the Practical Skills Week and are exempt from Module 2.