School of Dental Sciences
The aim of the programme is to enable dentists to acquire advanced skills and knowledge in the field of restorative dentistry, integrating theory with practice. It provides the foundations for: enhanced general dental practice; specialist practice (overseas); specialist training in the restorative monospecialities of endodontology, periodontology and prosthodontics (the first two years of a four-year programme); clinical academia; community dental services.The programme is divided into three areas: academic training; patient management and laboratory skills; a laboratory or clinically based project leading to a dissertation. Subjects covered include: conservation; occlusion and restorations; endodontics; periodontology; prosthodontics; dental materials science. You also take an operative technique course; conduct practical work on a clinical simulator; practice die and model construction, waxing, casting and finishing; take a partial denture course and implant course.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission